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Sick Kids: CPEN Review (Zoom)- Dayton Children's Hospital, OH

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A one-day fast-paced live "crash" review seminar, presented virtually on Zoom, for emergency nurses & personnel prepping for the CPEN exam.

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Hosted by Dayton Children's Hospital

This one-day, fast-paced  "crash" review seminar is for emergency nurses who provide urgent and emergent nursing care to pediatric patients and their families that want to validate their skills and expertise by sitting for the CPEN exam.  Earning the CPEN credential demonstrates extensive knowledge and experience related to pediatric emergency nursing care. This review program is designed to give the participant easy ways to remember important tips & tricks pertaining to pediatric emergency nursing. Any nurse that wants to be more fully prepared for the CPEN credentialing examination or just wants a solid peds emergency review should attend. The instructor has entertaining and helpful videos, real-life case studies, and a unique game show style test review session that is sure to leave attendees feeling more confident in their pediatric skills and better prepared to... Challenge and Pass the CPEN Exam! 


1230-1300    Check-In, Coffee, and Cartoons! (Link will be provided 48-hours prior to course)

1300-1400    Respiratory Emergencies –  Working & Wheezing

1400-1410    Break

1410-1510    Cardiovascular Emergencies – Congenital Hearts & CPR

1510-1520    Break

1520-1620    Neuro/Psych Emergencies - Neuro Nightmares & Dysfunctional Dilemmas

1620-1630    Break

1630-1730    Environmental Emergencies -Drowning, Drugs, Bugs, Bites, & Radical Rashes

1730-1815    Break for Dinner

1815-1915    Abdominal & OB/Neonatal Emergencies –  Bellies, Birth, & Babies

1915-1925    Break

1925-1955    Endocrine Emergencies  - Hormones & Haagen-Dazs

1955-2005    Break

2005-2105    Orthopedics & Pain Management -  Bumps, Breaks, Morphine, & Monitoring

2105-2200    Miscellaneous Medical Emergencies – Remaining Reminders and Pediatric Pearls & Jeopardy Jewels  (Game Show CPEN Test Review)



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Scott DeBoer, RN, MSN, CPEN, CEN, CCRN, CFRN, EMT-P, is an internationally recognized pediatric emergency nurse expert.  Scott has been presenting to thousands of nurses around the world for over 20 years.  In addition to his extensive training in emergency, critical care, and flight nursing, he was also one of the original beta testers for the CPEN exam. Scott has co-authored nearly 100 medical articles for nurses, paramedics, and respiratory therapists. Scott also wrote the very first CPEN Review book in 2010, and has since updated his CPEN review book, "Putting It All Together," into its now 4th Edition, that includes over 1200 review questions. Scott created this 1-day, highly interactive review seminar to hit key content areas found on the CPEN examination.  Often called the “Jim Carrey” of the emergency nursing world, Scott's use of humor and personal experiences will have nurses laughing as they learn.


Review Materials

A comprehensive printed handout will be available for download to all seminar attendees. Scott's CPEN Review book is a recommended prep for the CPEN exam, but is not required to attend this seminar.  *Scott's CPEN Review book can be purchased in advance on Amazon.com or PediEd.com 

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Credit Hours

Credits are available for: Nurses, EMS Professionals and Respiratory Therapists (Physicians are welcome to attend, but CMEs are not available)

The process for submitting your contact hours is automated.  Within 24 hours following the course, you will need to complete an evaluation and provide your licensure information.  Your course certificate will immediately be emailed to you as confirmation of receipt of your information.   ** We cannot submit your contact hours without this information **  Requests for certificates/CEUs after 24 hours require a $25 fee.

 For those who utilize CE Broker for tracking of your respective state's CEUs, reminder that you must self-report this course CE to CE Broker. The completion certificate will have all necessary information, however, participants must self-report.

NURSING - 7.25 contact hours for nurses - ENA code: 200315-IN1-CR-2.  ENA has approved 7.25 Contact Hours Category of Clinical; 7.25 meet Pediatric requirements and ENA has approved 3 Contact Hours Category of Trauma.  This nursing continuing professional development activity was approved by the Emergency Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.


EMS - 7 credit hours for paramedics  - This continuing education activity is approved by the Commission on Accreditation for Pre-Hospital Continuing Education (CAPCE) for 7 hours.  Type: Advanced.   Provider: IEDT9052.  Course Number: 20-IEDT-F2-0047.  CAPCE represents that this program has met standards for accreditation and does not endorse the opinions or content presented. For more information, or to register a concern go to: https://www.capce.org/CertificateTrouble/Index


RESPIRATORY THERAPY: 7 contact hours for respiratory therapists have been approved by the American Association for Respiratory Care (AARC).  






Where is the class going to be held?

Wherever you are comfortable and have internet access! The class will be presented live, but due to considerations with the COVID-19 pandemic, it will be attended virtually via Zoom. The link will be sent 48-hours prior to the start of the class.


Can anyone attend?

Employees of Dayton Children's Hospital are invited to attend for FREE! 

The Non-Employee course fee is $100/person.   


Can I register at any time?

You MUST REGISTER BY the end of the day: Tuesday, April 26th   


Are refunds allowed?

Refunds are available up to 48 hours prior to the seminar.

** Refunds will NOT be issued after Saturday, October 30 or for NOT LOGGING IN the day of the course. **


Will there be breaks? 

Yes, there are short scheduled breaks for stretching, etc... and there will be an hour break for you to get dinner.


Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Annie Ingle • Email: IngleA@childrensdayton.org

Where can I purchase Scott's CPEN Book before my seminar?  I want to start reviewing now.

Scott DeBoer's CPEN Review Book is available for purchase at any time on Amazon.com or the PediEd.com websites. Books need to be ordered separately from your seminar registration. 


How do I sign up to take the CPEN test?

On the web: www.bcencertifications.org for more information on the exam and to complete your application.


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Formerly Peds-R-Us Medical Education, now known as Pedi-Ed-Trics. We provide entertaining pediatric speakers and continuing education programs around the world for all levels of medical professionals. Founded in the late 1990's by Scott DeBoer, retired flight nurse with over twenty-five years of transport experience and his wife Lisa DeBoer, president of Pedi-Ed and paramedic. Pedi-Ed-Trics is now one of the largest dedicated Pediatric Emergency Medical Education companies in the United States.

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