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|Webinar CE: Power Up Your PNP Precepting: Tactics to Sharpen Your Skills
New to precepting PNP students? Or are you an experienced preceptor stuck in a clinical teaching rut? Use this idea-filled recorded webinar to explore foundational information, best practice tools, and helpful tips to create innovative learning experiences with less effort and more enthusiasm! 1.0 contact hour.
$40.00 - Learn more & order: Webinar CE: Power Up Your PNP Precepting: Tactics to Sharpen Your Skills
|Webinar CE: Screening & Assessment of Suicidal Thoughts & Behaviors in Children & Adolescents
Use this recorded webinar module to navigate youth suicide risk screening and assessment with expert Pamela Lusk, DNP, PMHNP-BC, FAANP, FAAN. With youth mental health in a state of crisis, do you have a consistent, evidence-based approach to screening pediatric patients for suicidal thoughts and behaviors? If a patient’s risk for suicide surfaces during their visit, are you ready to provide the latest evidence-based interventions? 1.0 contact hour.
$40.00 - Learn more & order: Webinar CE: Screening & Assessment of Suicidal Thoughts & Behaviors in Children & Adolescents