Live/Webinar Events

The University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing provides live/webinar activities as follows. They are also listed on the Pitt Nursing CE Calendar.

13th Annual Immunization Update

 The Allegheny County Immunization Coalition (ACIC) Executive and Conference Planning Committees, and the University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing invites you to attend the 13th Annual Immunization Conference on Thursday, November 1, 2018, at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Pittsburgh in Monroeville.  A stellar group of experts will gather to address:  influenza, herd immunity, and immunization and immigration.  Join fellow licensed practical nurses, nurse practitioners, physicians, physician assistants, public health professionals, registered nurses and school nurses to discuss current immunization issues, and recognize Immunization Champions.

Human Trafficking in our community...What Health Care Professionals need to know.

The University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing and the Pittsburgh Action Against Rape (PAAR) are collaborating to present this learning activity to increase awareness of the human trafficking problem in our area. Human trafficking is a form of modern slavery that occurs in every state. In 2017, the National Human Trafficking Hotline receive 3,771 calls regarding human trafficking, resulting into 914 cases in Pennsylvania alone. Health care professionals need to be able to recognize the signs of Human Trafficking and be aware of the local resources available to help the victims.

Fast Track Back (Nursing Refresher Program)

The goal of the FTB program is to provide professional nurses who have not been actively practicing, with current trends and skills needed to care for adult medical / surgical patients in an acute care setting.  FTB is not a reinstatement program. Learn more about Fast Track Back (Nursing Refresher Program) >

Disclaimer

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.

Privacy

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.