Illinois Nursing CEU License Renewal Package

  • Approved Nursing CE provider per the Illinois Board of Nursing & IDFPR.
  • Includes the Illinois License Renewal Bundle and all state-required courses.
  • No tests required – easily complete your courses with one click.
  • 100% online. Certificates delivered instantly via email and available online.
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  • Approved Nursing CE provider per the Illinois Board of Nursing & IDFPR.
  • Includes the Illinois License Renewal Bundle and all state-required courses.
  • No tests required – easily complete your courses with one click.
  • 100% online. Certificates delivered instantly via email and available online.
Enroll for $
  • Approved Nursing CE provider per the Illinois Board of Nursing & IDFPR.
  • Includes the Illinois License Renewal Bundle and all state-required courses.
  • No tests required – easily complete your courses with one click.
  • 100% online. Certificates delivered instantly via email and available online.
Enroll for $

Your Illinois Courses And Requirements

Pick your license type to see your license renewal requirements and our courses that satisfy those requirements. Your enrollment includes all state required courses.

Nursing CE Central has all the courses, for each license level, required by Illinois.

Illinois

Requirements

RNs are required to complete 20 contact hours of continuing education every 2 years.

  • 1 of the 20 contact hours must be on sexual harassment.
  • 1 of the 20 contact hours must be an evidence-based implicit bias in healthcare training.
  • 1 of the 20 contact hours must be in diagnosis, treatment and care of Alzheimer’s disease, along with other dementia types (for RNs that care for patients aged 26 or older).
  • RNs working with children must complete mandated reporter training every 6 years. Training is located here.

Courses That Match Requirements

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Illinois Renewal Bundle
20 Contact Hours

Illinois Renewal Bundle Course Outline

  1. Implicit Bias Training (Meets Illinois BON Requirement)
  2. Sexual Harassment Training (Meets Illinois BON Requirement)
  3. Alzheimer’s and Dementia Training (Meets Illinois BON Requirement)
  4. Quality Improvement in Nursing
  5. Workplace Violence Against Nurses
  6. Telemetry Basics – Rhythm Recognition
  7. Heart Failure Updates
  8. Hypertension Updates
  9. GI Bleed: An Introduction
  10. Constipation Management and Treatment
  11. Spinal Cord Injury: Bowel and Bladder Management
  12. Pressure Injury Prevention, Staging and Treatment
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Illinois Sexual Harassment Training for Nurses
1 Contact Hours

Illinois Sexual Harassment Training for Nurses Course Outline

  1. What is Sexual Harassment?
  2. What are the Types of Sexual Harassment?
  3. What Should Nurses do if They Experience Sexual Harassment?
  4. Illinois Sexual Harassment Training for Nurses – Whistleblower Protections
  5. Conclusion
  6. References
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Illinois Implicit Bias Training
1 Contact Hours

Illinois Implicit Bias Training Course Outline

  1. Introduction 
  2. What is Implicit Bias?  
  3. Implications  
  4. Exploring Areas of Bias
    –Culture

    – Maternal Health
    – Reproductive Rights 
  5. Case Study
  6. Where Change is Needed
    – Individual Level
    – Institutional Level

    – Community Representation 
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Illinois Alzheimer's and Dementia Training
1 Contact Hours

Illinois Alzheimer's and Dementia Training Course Outline

  1. Introduction  
  2. Dementia versus Age-Related Memory Loss 
  3. Treatment and Care of Alzheimer’s Disease 
  4. Pharmacological Interventions 
  5. Non-pharmacological Interventions 
  6. Common Types of Dementia
  7. Effective Communication and Management of Care
  8. Case Study
  9. Moving Forward: The Future for Individuals With Dementia
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Requirements

LPNs are required to complete 20 contact hours of continuing education every 2 years.

  • 1 of the 20 contact hours must be on sexual harassment.
  • 1 of the 20 contact hours must be an evidence-based implicit bias in healthcare training.
  • 1 of the 20 contact hours must be in diagnosis, treatment and care of Alzheimer’s disease, along with other dementia types (for LPNs that care for patients aged 26 or older).
  • LPNs working with children must complete mandated reporter training every 6 years. Training is located here.

Courses That Match Requirements

Contact Hours

Illinois Renewal Bundle
20 Contact Hours

Illinois Renewal Bundle Course Outline

  1. Implicit Bias Training (Meets Illinois BON Requirement)
  2. Sexual Harassment Training (Meets Illinois BON Requirement)
  3. Alzheimer’s and Dementia Training (Meets Illinois BON Requirement)
  4. Quality Improvement in Nursing
  5. Workplace Violence Against Nurses
  6. Telemetry Basics – Rhythm Recognition
  7. Heart Failure Updates
  8. Hypertension Updates
  9. GI Bleed: An Introduction
  10. Constipation Management and Treatment
  11. Spinal Cord Injury: Bowel and Bladder Management
  12. Pressure Injury Prevention, Staging and Treatment
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Illinois Sexual Harassment Training for Nurses
1 Contact Hours

Illinois Sexual Harassment Training for Nurses Course Outline

  1. What is Sexual Harassment?
  2. What are the Types of Sexual Harassment?
  3. What Should Nurses do if They Experience Sexual Harassment?
  4. Illinois Sexual Harassment Training for Nurses – Whistleblower Protections
  5. Conclusion
  6. References
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Illinois Implicit Bias Training
1 Contact Hours

Illinois Implicit Bias Training Course Outline

  1. Introduction 
  2. What is Implicit Bias?  
  3. Implications  
  4. Exploring Areas of Bias
    –Culture

    – Maternal Health
    – Reproductive Rights 
  5. Case Study
  6. Where Change is Needed
    – Individual Level
    – Institutional Level

    – Community Representation 
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Illinois Alzheimer's and Dementia Training
1 Contact Hours

Illinois Alzheimer's and Dementia Training Course Outline

  1. Introduction  
  2. Dementia versus Age-Related Memory Loss 
  3. Treatment and Care of Alzheimer’s Disease 
  4. Pharmacological Interventions 
  5. Non-pharmacological Interventions 
  6. Common Types of Dementia
  7. Effective Communication and Management of Care
  8. Case Study
  9. Moving Forward: The Future for Individuals With Dementia
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Requirements

APRNs are required to complete 80 contact hours of continuing education every 2 years.

  • 1 of the 80 contact hours must be on sexual harassment.
  • 1 of the 20 contact hours must be an evidence-based implicit bias in healthcare training.
  • 20 of the 80 contact hours must be on pharmacotherapeutics.
  • 10 of the 20 pharmacotherapeutic contact hours must be on opioid prescribing or substance abuse.
  • 3 of the 80 contact hours must be on safe opioid prescribing practices if wishing to renew controlled substances registration.
  • 1 of the 80 contact hours must be in diagnosis, treatment and care of Alzheimer’s disease, along with other dementia types (for APRNs that care for patients aged 26 or older).
  • APRNs working with children must complete mandated reporter training every 6 years. Training is located here.

Courses That Match Requirements

Contact Hours

Illinois APRN Bundle
20 Contact Hours

Illinois APRN Bundle Course Outline

  1. Illinois Safe Opioid Prescribing
  2. Controlled Substances: A comprehensive review
  3. Tirzepatide for Type 2 Diabetes and Weight Management
  4. Semaglutide and Type 2 Diabetes
  5. Medication Assisted Treatment
  6. Hypertensive Agents
  7. Migraine Management
  8. Asthma Treatment and Monitoring
  9. SSRI Use in Major Depressive Disorder
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Illinois Safe Opioid Prescribing
3 Contact Hours

Illinois Safe Opioid Prescribing Course Outline

  1. Introduction 
  2. Opioid Drug Class, Indications for Use, Most Prescribed Opioids, And Their Effects. 
  3. A Brief History 
  4. Opioid-Seeking Behaviors 
  5. CDC Guidelines 
  6. Prescription Drug Monitoring 
  7. Electronic Prescribing 
  8. Safe Storage and Disposal 
  9. Patient Teaching 
  10. Nursing Considerations 
  11. Research Findings 
  12. Illinois Safe Prescribing for Opioids for APRNs 
  13. Conclusion 
  14. Case Studies 
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The company provided everything I needed right away so that I could succeed and accomplish my goals in a timely matter. Excellent resources, I would definitely use again!

Date of experience: July 9, 2024 - written by Angel

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The sign up and getting the appropriate CEU module. The reading of the information was up to date very easy to follow the subjects.

Date of experience: July 11, 2024 - written by Linda Sagendorf

Excellent Courses!

Very easy to access the courses. All courses completed were current, well - written, interesting and informative.

Date of experience: July 7, 2024 - written by MB

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