Web Courses

Web Courses

To successfully complete a nursing continuing education course, select a course link and complete the registration process, complete the content, complete the post-test (passing grade is 70 percent or higher), complete the evaluation and print your certificate online. All web courses are enduring materials for participants to work through at their own pace. All streaming online events will be on the "Live Events" page.

KBN# 3-0008-01-08-1094 
1.8 KBN (1.5 ANCC) contact hours
Registration cost: Free

Domestic Violence
KBN# 3-0008-12-21-0013
3.0 KBN (2.5 ANCC) contact hours
Registration cost: $45.00

Beyond Birth: Plan of Safe Care - Advanced
KBN#: 3-0008-01-18-1058
1.2 KBN (1.0 ANCC) contact hours 
Registration cost: Free

Beyond Birth: Plan of Safe Care - Basic
KBN#: 3-0008-01-18-1057
1.2 KBN (1.0 ANCC) contact hours
Registration cost: Free

Advanced Pharmacology Update 2020-2021
KBN# 3-0008-12-21-0117
7.5 KBN (6.25 ANCC) contact hours 
Registration cost: $80.00

Human Trafficking Law
KBN# 3-0008-01-13-831
2.4 KBN (2.0 ANCC) contact hours 
Registration cost: Free

Pediatric Abusive Head Trauma
KBN# 3-0008-01-18-1092
1.8  KBN (1.5 ANCC) Contact hours
Registration cost: $19.99

Advanced Pathophysiology 
KBN# 3-0008-7-03-163-172 45 KBN (37.5 ANCC) contact hours (10 units at 4.5 per unit) 
Registration cost: $45 per unit. 

Advanced Pharmacologic Applications in Primary Care 
KBN# 3-0008-01-13-065-078 45 KBN (37.5 ANCC) contact hours (14 units at 3.2 per unit) 
Registration cost: $36 per unit. 

The following are joint-provider programs with CE Central. To register and access any of the following enduring materials, click on the link(s) below and they will take you to the CE Central website that contains these programs.

Diabetes in Kentucky Schools
Registration cost for School Nurses: $40

Reducing Antimicrobial Resistance: Shifting the Paradigm through Antibiotic Stewardship Emphasizing Evidence-Based Practices and Interprofessional Collaboration
Module 1: Antibiotic Stewardship (AS) in Kentucky: Current State and Evaluation of Successful AS Programs
Module 2: Antibiotic Stewardship: Regulations, Mandates and Use of National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN)
Module 3: Evience-Based Practice Guidelines and Strategies for Implementing Antibiotic Stewardship Programs in Healthcare Settings

Module 4: Interprofessional Collaboration - Why is it Important?
Module 5: Bugonomics: Cost of Unnecessary Antibiotic Use
Module 6: Diagnostic Stewardship: A Key to Decreasing Unnecessary Antimicrodial Use
Module 7: The Overlooked and Often Underutilized Role of Nurses in Building Success Antibiotic Stewardship Programs
Module 8: Leadership Challenges in Antibiotic Stewardship in Rural and Appalachia Populations

Registration cost: Free

PAIN COACH: Pain Assessments and Interventions to Consider in Older Adult Care, for Healthcare Professionals
Podcast 1: Basics of Pain Management
Podcast 2: Creating the Pain Treament Plan
Podcast 3: Managing Older Patients on Opioid Analgesics
Podcast 4: Addiction Medicine: A Primer
Registration cost: Free

Patient Navigation Training for Rural and Appalachian Populations
Webcast 1: Introduction to Patient Navigation in Appalachia
Webcast 2: Culturally Effective Patient Navigation in Appalachia
Webcast 3: Communication in Patient Navigation in Appalachia

Webcast 4: Financial Issues in Cancer Navigation for Appalachia
Webcast 5: Process of Navigation
Webcast 6: Community Needs Assessment for Cancer Navigators
Webcast 7: Navigating Patints through Cancer Screening and Diagnostic Testing
Webcast 8: Lung Cancer Patient Navigation
Registration cost: Free

Alzheimer's Training for Health Care Providers
Webcast 1: Non-AD Dementias: Dementia with Lewy Bodies, Frontotemporal Dementia and Vascular Dementia, Diagnosis, Treatment, and Research Advances
Webcast 2: End Stage Dementia and End-of-Life Care
Webcast 3: Safety Precautions in Older Patients: Medications, Driving Risks, and Home Environment
Webcast 4: Recognizing Medical Disorders that Mimic Dementia
Webcast 5: Confidentiality and Privacy of Health Information
Webcast 6: The Docs Talk About Memory Loss: Is it Normal Aging or Alzheimer's Disease?
Webcast 7: Supporting Family Caregivers and Underserved Populations in Providing Care for Patients with Alzheimer's
Webcast 8: Breaking News on the Horizon: How Close Are We to Curing Alzheimer's?
Registration cost: Free


Accreditation Information

The University of Kentucky's College of Nursing is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation (ANCC COA).

The Kentucky Board of Nursing (KBN) approves the University of Kentucky College of Nursing as a provider as well. KBN approval of a continuing nursing education provider does not constitute endorsement of program content or commercial support. The University of Kentucky does not endorse commercial products. Provider #: 3-0008-12-21.