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COURSES

Explore our online health courses below, click on the links under each topic for an expanded list of courses offered.  Upon successful completion students will receive a Certificate of Completion.  Some courses have mandatory tests required to pass before completing.  

GERONTOLOGY NURSING

Students will be introduced to the role of the Geriatric Nurse.  Topics include  health promotion strategies and common health conditions in the aging population.

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GN-101 Introduction to Geriatric Nursing: Screening & Assessments In Review 

GN-102 Introduction to Health & Wellness Promotion for the Aging Client

GN-103 Introduction to Common Health Conditions in the Aging Population

GN-104 Introduction to Pulmonary Health Conditions in the Aging Population 

GN-105 Introduction to Neurological & Mental Health Issues in the Aging Population 

GN-106 Introduction to Hematological & Immunological Health in the Aging Population 

GN-107 Introduction to Cardiac Health Conditions in the Aging Population 

GN-108 Introduction to Gastrointestinal Health Conditions in the Aging Population

GN-109 Introduction to Genitourinary Health Conditions in the Aging Population 

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HEALTH CARE IN CANADA

Students will learn the Canadian standards and regulations in health care.  Courses include ethics & informed consent, and hospice & palliative care.

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CHS101 - Nursing in Canada 

CHS102 - Ethics & Informed Consent

CHS103 - Nurse - Client Relationship

CHS104 - Legal Implications, Medical Administration & Documentation

CHS.BC - CHS Bundle Course: Includes all 4 CHS courses

 

HPC 101 - Hospice and Palliative Care: Symptoms Management 

HPC 102 - Hospice and Palliative Care: Ethics  in Modern Medicine

HPC.BC  - Hospice & Palliative Care Bundle Course: Includes HPC 101 & 102

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CANADIAN NURSING

EXAM WRITING & REVIEW

These courses will help nurse graduates prepare for the Canadian Nursing Exam with exam writing techniques and practice exam guides.

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CRNER 101 - Exam Writing Strategies

CRNER 102 - Nursing Competency Categories 

CRNER 103 - A Guide for Nursing Student Exam Review : Fast Facts for Quick Review

CRNER 104 - Individual Study Guides and Nursing Interventions 

CRNER 105 - Review of the Body Systems & Terminology

CRNER 106 - Review Exam (250 Exam Questions with 3 Writing Attempts) 

CRNER 107 - Review Exam (250 Exam Questions with 8 Writing Attempts

CRNER.BC - CRNER Bundle Course: Includes all 6 CRNER courses & Practice Exam

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DIAGNOSTIC MODALITIES (THEORETICAL)

Students will learn the theoretical components to perform various diagnostic modalities including Electrocardiography, Holter Monitor, IV Therapy, and Phlebotomy. 

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DM.PHL - Introduction to Phlebotomy 

DM.IVT - IV Training - Peripheral Intravenous Therapy Initiation

DM.ECG - Introduction to Electrocardiography 

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