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2015 CE Criteria and Activity Planning Process

Outcome: Nurse planners will have knowledge to effectively develop, implement and evaluate continuing nursing education activities within the context of accreditation criteria to achieve outcomes that promote the professional development of nurses.

 To receive continuing education credits, you must watch each video in its entirety, complete the online reflection questions, evaluation and make payment.

The video have been developed by The Ohio Nurses Association and the Montana Nurses Association.

The video is presented by: Pam Dickerson, PhD, RN-BC, FAAN, Director of Continuing Education, Montana Nurses Association. The author and planning committee members have declared no conflict of interest. This information is provided for educational purposes only. For legal questions, please consult appropriate legal counsel. For medical questions or personal health questions, please consult an appropriate health care professional.

1.08 contact hours will be awarded for successful completion of this video.

The Ohio Nurses Association  is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation (OBN-001-91).

Expires 12/2017, Copyright © 2015 Ohio Nurses Association

 

Content Integrity

Content integrity for continuing nursing education activities includes addressing conflict of interest, managing commercial support, and assuring that activities are presented in a fair, balanced, and unbiased manner. The Ohio Nurses Association and the Montana Nurses Association have developed a three-part video series to address these topics, helping you be more effective in dealing with these issues when developing a CE program.

To receive continuing education credits, you must watch each video in its entirety, complete the online reflection questions, evaluation and make payment.

The three parts of the series are:

Part 1- Addressing Conflict of Interest

Part 1 of the series will discuss:

  • Define what conflict of interest is
  • The components of conflict of interest
  • How to recognize it
  • How to resolve it
  • How to disclose conflict of interest to the learner

Part 2:– Managing Commercial Support

Part 2 of the series will discuss:

Part 3: Educational Design – Assuring Fair and Balanced Content

Part 3 of the series will discuss:

  • Define bias.
  • Define content integrity
  • Clarify what content based on best available evidence is and how to recognize these.
  • What a nurse planner should and should not do.
  • How to resolve bias.

The videos have been developed and presented by: Pam Dickerson, PhD, RN-BC, FAAN, Director of Continuing Education, Montana Nurses Association. The author and planning committee members have declared no conflict of interest. This information is provided for educational purposes only. For legal questions, please consult appropriate legal counsel. For medical questions or personal health questions, please consult an appropriate health care professional.

1.08 contact hours will be awarded for successful completion of each video.

The Ohio Nurses Association  is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation (OBN-001-91).

Documenting Evidence of Effectiveness in Your Approved Provider Unit

 The Ohio Nurses Association and the Montana Nurses Association have developed a two-part video series to address various topics regarding documenting evidence of effectiveness in your approved provider unit, helping you be more effective in dealing with these issues when developing a CE program.

Outcome: Identify evidence to support the structure, processes and outcome measures for your provider unit.

Part 1. Items covered will include organizational structure, commercial entity; organizational overview; data collecting; outcome measures; and hints for preparing your provider application.

Part 2. Topics that will be discussed include structure capacity; educational design process; and quality outcomes.

The videos have been developed and presented by:

Zandra Ohri, MA, MS, RN, Director of Continuing Education, Approver, Ohio Nurses Association Pam Dickerson, PhD, RN-BC, FAAN, Director of Continuing Education, Montana Nurses Association

The authors and planning committee members have declared no conflict of interest. This information is provided for educational purposes only. For legal questions, please consult appropriate legal counsel.

For medical questions or personal health questions, please consult an appropriate health care professional.

Contact Hours:

Part 1 – 0.75 contact hours

Part 2 – 1.08 contact hours

The Ohio Nurses Association is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. (OBN-001-91)

Expires 4/2018

To receive contact hours, you must watch each video in its entirety, complete the online reflection questions and evaluation and make payment.

https://ce4nurses.org/documenting-evidence-effectiveness-approved-provider-unit-part-1/

https://ce4nurses.org/documenting-evidence-effectiveness-approved-provider-unit-webinar-part-2/

Planning Educational Activities – From A to Z

This video was developed to give the nurse educator a better understanding of the learner’s needs and strategies to meet those needs.

 Objectives:

  1. Identify different methods of assessing learning needs.
  2. Describe the selection of teaching strategies to meet the learner’s identified needs.

Contact Hours: 1.68 contact hours for successful completion. To receive continuing education credits, you must register, watch the video, answer the post-test questions, and answer the evaluation questions.

Speaker: Stephanie Clubbs, MSN, RN-BC. The speaker and members of the planning committee have declared no conflict of interest.

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The Ohio Nurses Association  is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation (OBN-001-91).