Nursing: Texas Nursing CE Requirements

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Save over 70% on the individual course price with this convenient bundle of CE courses for Texas nursing license renewal. Includes courses to fulfill mandatory subject requirements for human trafficking, older adult/geriatric care, and nursing jurisprudence and ethics.

Included Courses

Courses included in this package. Click on a course to learn more.

  • A Clinician's Guide to Recognizing and Responding to Human Trafficking in Texas - N47128 - 1HRS

    Release Date: December 9, 2020

    Expiration Date: December 9, 2022

    This course meets the new Human Trafficking requirement and is approved by the Texas Health and Human Services Commission.

    Course Overview:

    Human trafficking has been called a form of modern-day slavery. It is a crime involving the exploitation of someone for the purpose of compelled labor or a commercial sex act through the use of force, fraud, or coercion. Victims can be women or men, adults or children, citizens or noncitizens and occurs across the United States and throughout the world. Human trafficking does not require crossing of international or state borders.

    For clinicians and health care workers, human trafficking can be viewed as a serious health risk associated with significant physical and psychological harms.3 The abuses suffered by people who are trafficked include many forms of physical violence or abuse (e.g., beating, burning, rape, confinement) as well as many psychologically damaging tactics such as threats to themselves or their family members, blackmail, extortion, lies about the person’s rights, and confiscation of vital identity documents.

  • Care of Older Adults for Texas Nurses - N33532 - 2HRS
    Course Release Date: 3/12/2020
    Course Expiration Date: 3/12/2023

    The course meets the Older Adult/Geriatric Care 2 contact hour continuing education requirement mandated by the Texas Board of Nursing. This course presents information on providing safe and appropriate nursing care for older adults.  The course covers elder abuse, age-related memory changes, health maintenance and disease processes, including chronic conditions and end-of-life issues. 
  • Crisis Resource Management for Nurses - N23099 - 3HRS
    Course expiration date: 2/13/2022

    After completing this course, the learner will be able to discuss how crisis resource management principles can be applied during an emergent situation.
  • Jurisprudence and Ethics for Texas Nurses - N33901 - 2HRS
    Course release date: 2/24/2020
    Course expiration date: 2/24/2023

    In 2014, the Texas Board of Nursing established a requirement for two (2) continuing education contact hours related to nursing jurisprudence and ethics prior to the end of every third (3) licensure renewal cycle to assist nurses in interpreting legal and ethical guidelines, rules, regulations, and position statements (Texas BON, 2019a). This course presents principles and best practices for delivering nursing care that meets or exceeds legal and ethical standards.
  • Medical Consequences of Acts of Terrorism and Disaster: A National Perspective - N23226 - 5HRS
    Course expiration date: 2/21/2022

    Terrorism has become a fact of daily life in the United States and most of the world.  It is not always obvious when a disaster is a terrorist attack and not all emergencies or disasters are terrorist attacks.  Understanding the basics of a disaster and/or terrorist attack, as well as the role the nurse plays in dealing with the medical consequences, syndromic surveillance/reporting requirements, and treatment, are vital to successful mitigation and response in a disaster or terrorist attack.  
  • Nursing Management of Sepsis - N33521 - 7HRS
    Course release date: 3/12/2020
    Course expiration date: 3/12/2023

    This course will provide nurses with an overview of the progression and treatment of sepsis, as well as an overview of screening tools available to recognize early signs and symptoms that will improve patient outcomes and reduce mortality associated with sepsis.
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Texas Nursing CE Requirements - 20 Contact Hours

29.95
Save over 70% on the individual course price with this convenient bundle of CE courses for Texas nursing license renewal. Includes courses to fulfill mandatory subject requirements for human trafficking, older adult/geriatric care, and nursing jurisprudence and ethics.

Included Courses

Courses included in this package. Click on a course to learn more.

  • A Clinician's Guide to Recognizing and Responding to Human Trafficking in Texas - N47128 - 1HRS

    Release Date: December 9, 2020

    Expiration Date: December 9, 2022

    This course meets the new Human Trafficking requirement and is approved by the Texas Health and Human Services Commission.

    Course Overview:

    Human trafficking has been called a form of modern-day slavery. It is a crime involving the exploitation of someone for the purpose of compelled labor or a commercial sex act through the use of force, fraud, or coercion. Victims can be women or men, adults or children, citizens or noncitizens and occurs across the United States and throughout the world. Human trafficking does not require crossing of international or state borders.

    For clinicians and health care workers, human trafficking can be viewed as a serious health risk associated with significant physical and psychological harms.3 The abuses suffered by people who are trafficked include many forms of physical violence or abuse (e.g., beating, burning, rape, confinement) as well as many psychologically damaging tactics such as threats to themselves or their family members, blackmail, extortion, lies about the person’s rights, and confiscation of vital identity documents.

  • Care of Older Adults for Texas Nurses - N33532 - 2HRS
    Course Release Date: 3/12/2020
    Course Expiration Date: 3/12/2023

    The course meets the Older Adult/Geriatric Care 2 contact hour continuing education requirement mandated by the Texas Board of Nursing. This course presents information on providing safe and appropriate nursing care for older adults.  The course covers elder abuse, age-related memory changes, health maintenance and disease processes, including chronic conditions and end-of-life issues. 
  • Crisis Resource Management for Nurses - N23099 - 3HRS
    Course expiration date: 2/13/2022

    After completing this course, the learner will be able to discuss how crisis resource management principles can be applied during an emergent situation.
  • Jurisprudence and Ethics for Texas Nurses - N33901 - 2HRS
    Course release date: 2/24/2020
    Course expiration date: 2/24/2023

    In 2014, the Texas Board of Nursing established a requirement for two (2) continuing education contact hours related to nursing jurisprudence and ethics prior to the end of every third (3) licensure renewal cycle to assist nurses in interpreting legal and ethical guidelines, rules, regulations, and position statements (Texas BON, 2019a). This course presents principles and best practices for delivering nursing care that meets or exceeds legal and ethical standards.
  • Medical Consequences of Acts of Terrorism and Disaster: A National Perspective - N23226 - 5HRS
    Course expiration date: 2/21/2022

    Terrorism has become a fact of daily life in the United States and most of the world.  It is not always obvious when a disaster is a terrorist attack and not all emergencies or disasters are terrorist attacks.  Understanding the basics of a disaster and/or terrorist attack, as well as the role the nurse plays in dealing with the medical consequences, syndromic surveillance/reporting requirements, and treatment, are vital to successful mitigation and response in a disaster or terrorist attack.  
  • Nursing Management of Sepsis - N33521 - 7HRS
    Course release date: 3/12/2020
    Course expiration date: 3/12/2023

    This course will provide nurses with an overview of the progression and treatment of sepsis, as well as an overview of screening tools available to recognize early signs and symptoms that will improve patient outcomes and reduce mortality associated with sepsis.