In the clinical field, there will always be more to learn. Keeping up with your continuing education courses can help you stay up-to-date on new developments in medicine, technology, and the healthcare industry at large.
The information in a CE course is designed to inform your practice and options as a nurse, which ultimately reflects in your ability to provide amazing care for your patients.
Beyond the obvious benefits to your own knowledge base, most states require nurses to complete a certain number of contact hours to renew their licenses. Each state has its own requirements around CE courses, so if you’re curious about your own, check out our Trusted Guide to CEUs.
Regardless of your reason for pursuing continuing education, we’re here for you. Still got questions? Feel free to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Course Overview: The course will take a nurse step-by-step through the current state of travel nursing in the United States, frameworks for establishing healthy communication channels between themselves, patients, and colleagues, and strategies to further empower and educate themselves as travel nurses.
Sarah Gray, BSN, RN, is the Founding Nurse here at Trusted! She graduated from Penn Nursing in 2013 and began her nursing career at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital. Prior to moving away from the bedside four years later, she was a Clinical Nurse III, Evidence Based Practice Fellow, and served on hospital-wide committee boards.
Here at Trusted, she utilizes her clinical insight and passion to work with our team of innovators and entrepreneurs to fundamentally change both how nurses work, grow, and connect and as well as how healthcare solves for inefficiencies within staffing.
Looking for specific pointers on a topic in one of our courses but don’t have time to commit to the whole course? Or maybe you’ve completed the course already but you need a refresher on one of the subjects covered? Either way, we’ve broken up the contents of our course into individual articles that you can access anytime. Note that these won’t grant you credit on their own.
Need more CEUs than just the ones above? Check out our curated list of CEUs.