Critical Care Registered Nurse Certification Review Course: CCRN (Adult)
Wednesday, January 29, 2014 at 8:00 AM - Thursday, January 30, 2014 at 5:00 PM (CST)
This course has been rescheduled to January due to unforseen circumstances. Please review the dates.
CRITICAL CARE REGISTERED NURSE PREPARATORY COURSE: CCRN ADULT
Wednesday, January 29, 2014
Thursday, January 30, 2014
3801 S National Ave, Springfield, MO 65807
PROGRAM DESCRIPTION AND TARGET AUDIENCE
Two day class designed as a comprehensive review session for nurses preparing to take the adult CCRN exam. This course provides an extensive review in all facets of Adult Critical Care for those wanting to review or expand their practice. The major feature of this class is a systemic review of all systems following the blueprint for the CCRN exam. Instructional methods include didactic lectures, scenarios, and question/answer discussion. The CCRN exam is for nurses who work at the bedside of acutely and/or critically ill adult patients in areas such as ICUs, CCUs, respiratory ICUs, surgical ICUs, medical/surgical ICUs, cardiac/surgical ICUs, neuro/neurosurgical ICUs, critical care transport/flight, trauma units, and emergency departments.
For more conference information, contact the Education Center at 417-269-4117 or email@example.com.
Thursday, November 7, 2013
0800 - 0830 Registration and pre-test
0830 - 0930 Endocrine System (4% = ~6 questions)
0945 - 1115 Respiratory System (17% = ~26 questions)
1115 - 1215 Lunch
1215 - 1305 Hematology System (3% = ~4 questions)
1320 - 1430 Multi-System (8% = ~12 questions)
1445 - 1600 Behavioral and Psychosocial
1600 - 1630 Review
Friday, November 8, 2013
0830 – 0920 Cardiovascular System (32% = ~48 questions)
0930 - 1100 Cardiovascular System
1045 - 1145 Renal System (5% = ~7 questions)
1145 - 1245 Lunch
1245 - 1345 GI System (6% = ~9 questions)
1400 - 1500 Neurological System (5% = ~8 questions)
1515 – 1630 Professional Issues (20% = ~24 questions)
By attending this educational activity participants should be able to integrate some or all of the objectives as listed.
1. Discuss the synergy model and apply the clinical scenarios.
2. Discuss “a” and “v” wave abnormalities on CVP/PCWP waveform and describe the effects.
3. Discuss the differences between systolic and diastolic dysfunction in CHF.
4. Discuss the medical and nursing interventions during an acute MI.
5. State the type of murmur for each valve abnormality.
6. Identify the lab values commonly found to be abnormal in DIC.
7. Describe the white clot syndrome and discuss nursing interventions.
8. List four (4) common complications of AIDS patients.
9. Describe reverse isolation techniques with AIDS patients.
10. List two (2) most common causes of GIB and describe the physiology of each.
11. Describe the common presentation of a patient with end stage liver failure and discuss the effects of each organ system.
12. List the nursing and medical interventions of acute hemorrhagic pancreatitis.
13. Differentiate between pre-, intra-, and post-renal failure.
14. Discuss the nursing management of replacement therapy techniques.
15. Identify the symptoms and causes of electrolyte imbalance.
16. List the lab value abnormalities and common presentation of DI and SIADH.
17. Differentiate between DKA and HHNK and discuss the physiology of hyperglycemia, hypersomality and ketoacidosis.
18. Discuss the interventions for DKA/HHNK to include fluid therapy, insulin replacement and electrolyte management.
19. Discuss the use of PAO2/FiO2 ratio in determining the presence of a shunt.
20. Discuss ventilator management of a patient with ARDS and state the patient position to optimize oxygenation.
21. Describe the differences between bacterial and viral pneumonia.
22. Discuss the prevention techniques of DVTs and PE.
23. Identify the common causative organism of sepsis and state the route of inoculation.
24. List the hemodynamics commonly obtained from a septic shock patient.
25. Describe a “shift to the left” from a WBC differential.
26. Calculate the amount of IV fluid resuscitation required depending upon BSA burn.
27. Prioritize care provided to a burn patient and discuss potential airway issues.
28. State the symptoms in each class of hemorrhagic shock
29. List the interventions to decrease ICP and increase CBF.
30. Discuss the risk factors/complications of a basilar skull fracture.
31. Describe the difference between primary and secondary injuries following brain injury.
32. Identify the symptoms of the following incomplete cord syndromes: central cord, anterior cord, Brown Sequard cord syndrome.
33. Differentiate between ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke.
34. Describe the nursing interventions and assessments of patient receiving thrombolytics.
35. State the nursing interventions during a seizure to prevent injury and discuss the treatment.
36. Differentiate between bacterial and viral meningitis and discuss the CSF analysis.
37. State the common presenting signs and symptoms of meningitis.
We reserve the right to substitute speakers and topics in case of emergency or cancellation. Information presented during this conference represents the views and opinions of the presenters and does not necessarily constitute the opinion, endorsement of, or promotion by CoxHealth. Presenters are responsible for obtaining all copyright permissions.
No sponsorship or commercial support has been received for this activity. No Off Label medications or medical devices will be discussed.
16 CEU provided for this 2 day Review
Approved as a provider through the Kentucky Board of Nursing (KBN)
KBN approval of individual nursing continuing education providers does not constitute
endorsement of program content.
Accreditation approval only refers to this educational activity and does not imply endorsement of any commercial products by CoxHealth or any proprietary entity producing health care goods or services.
Participants will receive statements of credit at the end of the program when all requirements for credit have been met. Satisfactory completion of objectives will occur through program attendance.
Americans with Disabilities Act: If you have special needs addressed by this act, please notify us at least two weeks before this offering so that reasonable efforts will be made to accommodate your needs.
Note: Please bring a sweater or jacket due to variations in temperature and personal preferences.
Registrations at the door will be processed; a late fee of $15 will be charged in addition to the registration fee.
CANCELLATION, NO SHOW, AND REFUND POLICY
Cancellations received in writing to EducationCenter@coxcollege.edu by October 31, 2013 will be entitled to a full refund. After this time, a $25 processing fee will be withheld. No refunds will be made the day of the conference. No shows will be charged the full conference fee.
In the event the Education Center cancels or reschedules a course, participants are entitled to a full refund or the participant may transfer registration to the next scheduled activity.
Education Center is not responsible for travel, hotel, booking fees, or other cancellation fees for registrants when an activity is cancelled.
All refunds must be received in writing via email or by calling the Education Center.
The entire Refund and Cancellation Policy can be viewed at http://coxcollege.edu under the Continuing Education and Life Support tab.
Jill Johnson, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC, APRN, CCRN, CEN, CFRN
Nurse Nerd Incorporated
Special rates are available for CoxHealth conference participants at the following hotels. Ask for the CoxHealth Conference or CoxHealth negotiated rate.
Ramada Oasis Convention Center
2546 N. Glenstone Ave.
Springfield, MO 65803
University Plaza Hotel & Convention Center
333 John Q. Hammons Parkway
Springfield, MO 65806