Alaska Nurse Practitioner Association

Free CE! Webinar on distinguishing play from abusive injuries in children - Help a DNP student finish!

Posted about 4 years ago by Tracey Wiese

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Earn FREE CEs and Help Usher a Colleague into Advanced Practice Nursing

Your participation in the Child's Play Webinar not only helps to complete a DNP scholarly project, you earn 2 CEs and get to become familiar with a super simple yet incredibly solid evidence based tool for use in your practice. The Child's Play webinar is the culmination of a scholarly review of research regarding child maltreatment. The project purpose is to translate existing evidence into practice in a manner that reaches the physical expanse of Alaska in order to improve current healthcare provider practice; the larger scope is to reduce morbidity and mortality related to child physical abuse.


  • Participate in the webinar at a time convenient for you! It will not take more than 2 hours (35min video with pre-test and post-test)
  • Earn 2 FREE CEs
  • Support a future colleague and all scholarly inquiry by your participation in thisĀ scholarly project
  • Learn of a strongly evidence-based tool every provider will find useful in practice


  1. Click on the link below; this will take you to the webinar site where you will be asked to create an account. Create an account.
  2. Login to your account. On the top right hand portion of the page you will see "START- Child's Play-Or Not?" Simply click on that and the webinar page will open.
  3. The course structure will then be visible. Click on the first bar,the pre-test,to complete. Then the second bar, the video, can be viewed. Lastly, the third bar, the post-test can be completed.
  4. Once the post-test is completed you will be awarded the CE certificate which you can print out for your records.

***This is a time limited opportunity so be sure to log on soon and earn your FREE CEs!!***

I thank you in advance for your participation and hope you are satisfied with the knowledge you gain from the experience. I look forward to joining the ranks of Alaska Nurse Practitioners soon! I am also grateful for the support and assistance from the AaNA in bringing this learning opportunity to you.

Christine Hallas, DNP(c), RN
Webinar Author, future AC-PNP