Free CE! Webinar on distinguishing play from abusive injuries in children - Help a DNP student finish!
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YOU ARE INVITED!!!
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 this scholarly project
- Learn of a strongly evidence-based tool every provider will find useful in practice
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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