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Continuing Education

 Allied Health Career Training, LLC is approved as a provider of CNE for hours applicable for APRN, RN, LPN or LMHT relicensure. Kansas State Board of Nursing provider number: LT0302-0917. The number of approved hours is indicated with each class detail below.

Upon completion of Continuing Nursing Education courses, a certificate will be emailed within 3 working days.

For questions on Nursing Continuing Education contact: CNE Coordinator Debra A Trevett debbie@alliedhealthcareertraining.com or call

 
 
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Technology in healthcare

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footcare

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communication: Can you hear me now?

In order for the nurses to be successful in their work they have to study communication and interpersonal relations in their education with special courses and internships. They need to learn the various aspects and applications of communication in various fields of nursing. It is understood that emphasis must be placed on the importance of communication between nurse and patient. Nursing education must focus on core communication skills of nurses and the positive outcomes that result when applied to practice. Ccompetency in this area is as essential as technical abilities and knowledge base. The need for education in communication has been recognized worldwide. In addition, use of effective interpersonal communication strategies by nurses in both personal and professional settings, may reduce stress, promote wellness, and therefore, improve overall quality of life.