The School of Nursing realizes nurses have to balance their professional development and licensure requirements with very hectic work schedules. As a result, the School continues to expand its enduring continuing nursing education offerings.
These self-paced educational activities are designed to be flexible, and participants can balance their completion with their schedules. Nurses receive a personalized continuing education certificate when they successfully complete a learning activity. Participants must review the activity’s content, complete all required post-test, and evaluation tools.
Review our current list of enduring activities below. Each includes a full description and registration information.
- Act 31 Requirements for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
- Addiction Training for Nurses (SBIRT)
- Assessment of Dementia Through the Use of Evidence-Based Measures
- Clinical Judgement Development and Evaluation: A Bridge Not Far Enough??
- Methodologies for Improving Health Outcomes
- Nursing Preceptor Program
- Pharmacologic Interventions for Dementia Syndromes
- Precision Medicine: Incorporation of Genetics and Genomics into Nursing Practice
- Testing for TB Infection
The continuing nursing education programs offered by the University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing are designed to enhance nurses’ knowledge of current professional practices. When conducting patient care, nurses must follow the established standards of care, policies and procedures of their agencies. These education programs do not replace existing legal and regulatory requirements and rules.
The University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing Professional Development & Continuing Nursing Education does not release participants’ name, email address, credit card information or other person information/data to any organizations.