Overview

We make earning your CEUs as easy as possible…in three easy steps.

  • Read the course
  • Pass the test
  • Register and pay for your Certificate of Completion

Read the course at your own pace (print a copy to study, if you like). Then take the test and—only after you pass—register and pay for your credit.

Your Certificate is immediately displayed for you to print, and an e-mail confirmation with a link to the Certificate is sent to you. (Or you can register and receive your Certificate by mail.)
Quality Courses

Our authors write courses on topics relevant to your career. Course content is founded on evidence-based information and undergoes a comprehensive editorial review process. Our authors are healthcare practitioners and writers who are knowledgeable, degreed, licensed and/or certified in their areas of expertise and they strive to present balanced, unbiased perspectives.


Bloodborne Pathogens

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to: * List the basic components of OSHA's bloodborne pathogens standard. * Describe two common bloodborne diseases and their modes of transmission. * Explain the purpose of the hepatitis B vaccine. * Identify several types of personal protective equipment (PPE), work practices, and engineering controls that can help to decrease your risk of ...
Wild Iris Medical Education

New York State: Infection Control Guidelines

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to: * Discuss New York State's requirements for infection control training. * Spell out professional responsibilities for monitoring infection control practices and interventions for compliance and safety. * Explain the chain of infection and describe the way infection control concepts are applied. * Define engineering controls, work practic...
Wild Iris Medical Education

Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to: * Discuss traumatic events associated with PTSD. * Explain the relationship of trauma, stress, memory, and emotions to PTSD. * List diagnostic criteria of PTSD identified by American Psychiatric Association. * Identify the primary outcome goals of treatment for PTSD. * Describe therapeutic approaches for achieving outcome goals.
Wild Iris Medical Education

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