Our Online CE feature provides a convenient way to continue your education without the fuss. Read the CE, take the test, and print your certificate.
Cross Country Staffing healthcare professionals can log on to The Learning Community and begin earning CE immediately. If you are a Cross Country Staffing healthcare professional and don’t already have a Learning Community account , please contact the Cross Country University Education Coordinator and you’ll be provided with account information.
Links to External CE
Immune Readiness Courses from the Department of Defense Vaccine Healthcare Centers (VHC) Network Need information and/or continuing nursing education re: vaccines? The American Nurses Association's (ANA) Center for Continuing Education and Professional Development is pleased to provide the following courses available from the Vaccine Healthcare Centers Network:
Click here to access more than 30 annually updated Immune Readiness Courses on immunology and vaccines, including such topics as Anaphylaxis, Botulism, Tuberculosis, Human Papillomavirus Vaccine, and Rotavirus Vaccine.
The courses are FREE, and certificates of successful completion with contact hours are available for a small fee*. For a complete list of available courses, click here.
*HealthSoft, Inc. is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the New York State Nurses Association, which is accredited as an approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.
NDNQI has developed an online Pressure Ulcer Training CE activity to provide a comprehensive overview of pressure ulcer identification, staging and NDNQI prevalence study procedures for accuracy in data collection.
Learning objectives include accurately staging pressure ulcers, differentiating a pressure ulcer from other wounds, describing pressure ulcer data collection procedures and distinguishing among a community acquired, hospital acquired, and unit acquired pressure ulcer.
The Wound and Pressure Ulcer Prevention course can be obtained via the NDNQI site. This series is free and approved for 1.5 CE’s.
In response to National security trends and concerns George Washington University Department of Nursing Education has developed a course with funding from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. The National Nurse Emergency Preparedness Initiative (NNEPI) course, "Nurses on the Front Line: Preparing for and Responding to Emergencies and Disasters," is now available online. Click here!
The NNEPI is a national initiative for the advancement of education and policy related to nurse emergency preparedness. The design of the program supports the national initiative to achieve target levels of capability in protecting against, responding to and recovering from major emergencies that could affect the United States and its territories. The course trains nurses to carry out key tasks within the Protect, Respond and Recover missions.
The course uses video, animations, and case- and scenario-based activities to engage the learner throughout the interactive course. You have the option of completing the course for free or you may pay $24.00 for 6 CE's. Cross Country encourages its entire travel staff of take advantage of this timely offer.