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Want to earn Continuing Education Credits (CEUs)?

Continuing Nursing Education
Many modules (see course list for details) are co-provided by Rush University College of Nursing, an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Illinois Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.  These CNE activities are offered for 1 contact hour.  These programs are being offered without bias and without commercial support.

Nursing Home Administrators
Many modules (see course list for details) have been reviewed by the National Continuing Education Review Service (NCERS) of the National Association of Boards of Examiners for Nursing Home Administrators (NAB) and approved for 1 clock hour and 1 participant hour.

Florida
Upstairs Solutions is an approved  provider by the State of Florida Board of Nursing (CNAs and Continuing Nursing Education)  and the Florida Board of Nursing Home Administrators, reporting course completions through CE Broker.

California
Upstairs Solutions is an approved provider by the California Department of Health as a Continuing Education On-line Provider for Certified Nurse Assistants.

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Continuing Education (CEUs)

Courses Approved for NURSING CONTACT HOURS(CEUs) by the ANCC
Each course is worth 1 Contact Hour (CEU)
  1. A HIPPA Primer for Long-Term Care
  2. Abuse and Neglect
  3. Abuse and Neglect Investigation
  4. Activities: An Interdisciplinary Approach
  5. Advance Directives
  6. Aggressive Residents
  7. Alternative Feeding Methods
  8. Are You Survey Ready
  9. Bloodborne Pathogens
  10. Communicating with Older Adults with Dementia
  11. Corporate Compliance and the Deficit Reduction Act for Management
  12. Corporate Compliance: What You Need to Know
  13. Creating a Fine Dining Experience
  14. Creating a Restraint-Free Environment
  15. Depression: What You Need to Know
  16. Diabetes: What You Need to Know
  17. Elopement: Do You Know Where Your Resident Is?
  18. Emergencies and Disasters: What You Need to Know
  19. Empowering Residents Through ADLs
  20. Ergonomics: Lifting and Moving
  21. Fire Safety
  22. Infection Control
  23. The Ins and Outs of Documentation
  24. Introduction to the RAI: From MDS to Care Plan
  25. Investigating Employee Accidents
  26. Is Your Loved One at Risk for Falls?
  27. Medicare Overview
  28. Medicare Administration: Avoiding Common Errors
  29. Nutrition and Hydration: Your Responsibilities
  30. One to One Activities
  31. Pain, The 5th Vital Sign: Assessment
  32. Pain, The 5th Vital Sign: Treatment Approaches
  33. Personal Protective Equipment
  34. Pressure Ulcer Prevention-"T-N-T"
  35. Preventing Constipation and Fecal Impaction
  36. Preventing Harassment in the Workplace for Supervisors
  37. Preventing Slips, Trips, and Falls
  38. Preventing Workplace Violence
  39. Professionalism in the Workplace
  40. Providing High Quality Dementia Care: An Overview
  41. Residents' Rights
  42. Safe Eating
  43. Siderails: A Hidden Danger
  44. Transferring, Repositioning, and Lifting Residents Safely
  45. Transitional Duty
  46. Tuberculosis: What You Need to Know
  47. Understanding Falls
  48. Urinary Incontinence
  49. What Are Physical Restraints?
  50. What is Dementia?

Courses Approved for NURSING HOME ADMINISTRATOR CEUs by NAB/NCERS
Each course is worth 1 CEU
  1. A HIPAA Primer for Long-Term Care
  2. Abuse and Neglect
  3. Abuse and Neglect Investigation
  4. Activities – An Interdisciplinary Approach
  5. Advance Directives
  6. Aggressive Residents
  7. Alternative Feeding Methods
  8. Anatomy of a Medical Record
  9. Are You Survey Ready?
  10. Bloodborne Pathogens
  11. The Case for Compliance Whitepaper
  12. Catheter Care
  13. Communicating with Older Adults with Dementia
  14. Creating a Fine Dining Experience
  15. Creating a Restraint -Free Environment
  16. Diabetes – What You Need to Know
  17. Elopement – Do you Know Where Your Resident Is?
  18. Empowering Residents through ADLs
  19. Ergonomics – Lifting & Moving
  20. Family Education - Falls
  21. Fire Safety
  22. Hand Washing
  23. Hazard Communication – MSDS
  24. Infection Control
  25. Introduction to the RAI – From MDS to Care Plan
  26. Investigating Employee Accidents
  27. Kitchen Safety
  28. Lockout/Tagout Procedures
  29. Managing the Employee on Transitional Duty
  30. Medicare Overview
  31. Medication Administration: Avoiding Common Errors
  32. Nutrition and Hydration – Your Responsibilities
  33. One-to-One Activities
  34. Pain - The 5th Vital Sign – Assessment
  35. Pain - The 5th Vital Sign – Treatment Approaches
  36. Perineal Care
  37. Personal Protective Equipment
  38. Postmortem Care
  39. Pressure Ulcer Prevention – “T-N-T”
  40. Preventing Constipation and Fecal Impaction
  41. Preventing Harassment in the Workplace
  42. Preventing Harassment in the Workplace for Supervisors
  43. Preventing Slips, Trips and Falls
  44. Preventing Workplace Violence
  45. Professionalism in the Workplace
  46. Providing High Quality Dementia Care – An Overview
  47. Residents' Rights
  48. Safe Eating
  49. Safe Food Handling
  50. Siderails – A Hidden Danger
  51. Transferring, Repositioning, and Lifting Residents Safely
  52. Understanding Falls
  53. Urinary Incontinence
  54. Weighing and Measuring Residents
  55. Welcome to the Activity Department
  56. Welcome to the Dietary Department
  57. What Are Physical Restraints?
  58. What is Dementia?

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