Advanced Care Concepts

Online Edition

CNE Credits: 13.5 Hours

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Two full days of instruction provide an in-depth clinical understanding of challenging critical conditions and procedures performed on patients.

As a result of completing this seminar, the nurse will have the foundation of knowledge and critical thinking skills to effectively care for patients with respiratory failure, rhythm abnormalities, renal failure, diabetic ketoacidosis, sepsis and induced hypothermia. The nurse will have a beginning understanding of multiple organ dysfunction including ARDS, DIC, hepatic and renal failure, pancreatitis, myocardial depression and cerebral dysfunction.

The nurse will also be able to manage patients during rapid sequence intubation and those with CVP and arterial lines, mechanical ventilation, pacemakers, central lines, dialysis and critical care infusions.

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Your Instructor

Cynthia (Cindy) Liette, MS, APRN-CNS, CCRN-K has been a nurse for more than 40 years. Her career focus has been the delivery of quality care by nurses who are knowledgeable and strive to be the best they can be.

She has always been directly involved in patient care even when serving in an administrative position. Cindy has spent her career making a difference through mentoring and being an inspiration to others. 

Diploma in nursing
Bachelor’s degree in nursing
Master’s degree in the Adult Clinical Nurse Specialist tract 

Career Roles
Bedside nurse
Clinical Nurse Specialist/APRN
VP Patient Care Services/CNO
Educator and consultant

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Recent seminar participants had this to say about
“Advanced Care Concepts”

“This seminar has increased my knowledge to further advance my assessment skills while caring for critically ill patients.” 

“Excellent handout, case studies and power point.  The information presented here will be invaluable when I am floated to the Intensive Care Unit.” 

"The instructor was very knowledgeable with a relaxed teaching style.  Able to stimulate lots of questions from participants and really brought the information to the clinical setting.” 

“This was an excellent session!  I learned the rationale behind all these critical situations and how to critically think through them to provide effective care.  I feel much more confident that I can initiate ventilation, pacemakers, arterial lines, and hypothermia effectively.  I loved the interactive case studies!”  

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