Kentucky Nursing CEU License Renewal Package

  • Approved Kentucky Board of Nursing (KBN) CE provider. Provider # 7-0090
  • Instant access to all courses, including the Kentucky Renewal Bundle and all state-required courses.
  • 100% Online. No tests. Immediate certificates.
  • Instantly reports to CE Broker Automatically – No Waiting.
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  • Approved Kentucky Board of Nursing (KBN) CE provider. Provider # 7-0090
  • Instant access to all courses, including the Kentucky Renewal Bundle and all state-required courses.
  • 100% Online. No tests. Immediate certificates.
  • Instantly reports to CE Broker Automatically – No Waiting.
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  • Approved Kentucky Board of Nursing (KBN) CE provider. Provider # 7-0090
  • Instant access to all courses, including the Kentucky Renewal Bundle and all state-required courses.
  • 100% Online. No tests. Immediate certificates.
  • Instantly reports to CE Broker Automatically – No Waiting.
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Kentucky

Requirements

RNs have the option to complete 14 contact hours of continuing education every year or meet one of the other continuing competency options listed here in Section 3.

Mandatory CE requirements:

  • 3 of the 14 contact hours must be on Domestic Violence (one-time requirement)
  • 1.5 of the 14 contact hours must be on Pediatric Abusive Head Trauma (one-time requirement)
  • 2 of the 14 contact hours must be on Suicide Prevention (one-time requirement)
    • 1 contact hour in suicide prevention generally; and
    • 1 contact hour that addresses:
      • Chronic toxic stress and secondary traumatic stress potentially increasing the incidence of suicide amongst nurses;
      • A confidential and standardized pathway to care for nurses that addresses
        screening, assessing, safety planning, referrals, and follow-up for
        nurses at risk for suicide;
      • Systems of care, evidence-informed approaches, and best practices to reduce suicide rates; and
      • Ethical legal considerations for caring for patients and nurses who are suicidal.
  • 1.5 of the 14 contact hours must be on Implicit Bias (one-time requirement) that addresses:
    • The impact of historical racism and other forms of invidious discrimination on the provision of healthcare;
    • Methods of evaluating the presence and extent of implicit bias; and
    • Measures that may be taken to reduce implicit bias.
  • 5 of the 14 contact hours must be on Sexual Assault, Forensic Medicine,
    or Domestic Violence if you are a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE)

Courses That Match Requirements

Contact Hours

Kentucky Renewal Bundle
14 Contact Hours

Kentucky Renewal Bundle Course Outline

  1. Pediatric Abusive Head Trauma – Kentucky (Meets Kentucky BON Requirement)
  2. Kentucky Implicit Bias (Meets Kentucky BON Requirement)
  3. Kentucky Suicide Prevention (Meets Kentucky BON Requirement)
  4. Kentucky Domestic Violence (Meets Kentucky BON Requirement)
  5. Ostomy Management
  6. Diabetes Management: Nursing Updates
  7. Hospice Vs. Palliative Care: What’s the difference?
  8. Navigating Difficult End of Life Conversations
  9. Basic Ventilator Management
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Kentucky Pediatric Abusive Head Trauma
1.5 Contact Hours

Kentucky Pediatric Abusive Head Trauma Course Outline

  1. Introduction and Objectives  
  2. Epidemiology/Risk Factors 
  3. Pathophysiology 
  4. Diagnosis of Abusive Head Trauma  
  5. Outcomes and Sequelae  
  6. Legal Consideration in the State of Kentucky 
  7. Prevention 
  8. Conclusion 
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Kentucky Domestic Violence
3 Contact Hours

Kentucky Domestic Violence Course Outline

  1. Introduction
  2. What is Domestic Violence?
  3. Etiology and Pathophysiology
  4. The Cycle of Abuse Model
  5. Those at Risk
  6. Assessing for Domestic Violence
  7. The History Assessment
  8. The Physical Assessment
  9. Effects of Domestic Violence
  10. Statistics and Prevalence of Domestic Violence
  11. What Can Nurses Do?
  12. Resources
  13. Conclusion
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Kentucky Implicit Bias Training
1.5 Contact Hours

Kentucky Implicit Bias Training Course Outline

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

    – Maternal Health
    – Reproductive Rights
  6. Case Study
  7. How to Measure and Reduce Implicit Bias in Healthcare
    – Assessing for Bias
    – Acting to Reduce Bias
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Kentucky SANE Guidelines for Adult/Adolescent Populations
2.5 Contact Hours

Kentucky SANE Guidelines for Adult/Adolescent Populations Course Outline

  1. Introduction
  2. Overview of Forensic Nursing
  3. Sexual Violence against Adults/Adolescents
    – Definitions

    – Prevalence and Statistics
    – Long-Term Effects
    – The Sexual Assault Response Team
    – Key Aspects of Sexual Assault Care
  4. Health History, Observation, and Assessment
    – Importance of consent and autonomy
    – Physical Assessment
    – Equitment
    – Medical forensic health history
    – Toxicology
    – Special populations
    – Mental health assessment
  5. Specimen Collection 
    – Evidence kit requirements and basic principles
    – DNA analysis
    – Clothing evidence
    – Swab Collection
  6. Medical Forensic Photography
    – Basics
    – Photography technique
    – Photography equipment
  7. STD testing and Prophylaxis
    – Basic recommendations
    – Symptoms
    – Testing
    – Treatment
  8. Pregnancy Risk Evaluation and Care
    – Testing
    – Treatment
  9. Documentation
    – Required Documentation
  10. Discharge and Follow-Up
    – Education
    – Follow-Up and Safety
  11. Conclusion
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Kentucky Suicide Prevention
2 Contact Hours

Kentucky Suicide Prevention Course Outline

  1. Introduction 
  2. The Significance of Suicide Prevention 
  3. Suicide Risk Factors Amongst the Nursing Population 
  4. Strategies to Address Suicide Risks 
  5. Additional Interventions and Protective Factors to Reduce Suicide Rates 
  6. Ethical and Legal Considerations Regarding Care for Suicidal Individuals 
  7. Case Study 
  8. Recommendations 
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Kentucky SANE Guidelines for Pediatric/Adolescent Populations
2.5 Contact Hours

Kentucky SANE Guidelines for Pediatric/Adolescent Populations Course Outline

  1. Introduction
  2. Overview of Forensic Nursing
  3. Sexual Violence against Pediatrics
  4. Health History, Observation and Assessment
  5. Specimen Collection
  6. Medical Forensic Photography
  7. STD testing and Prophylaxis
  8. Pregnancy Risk Evaluation and Care
  9. Documentation
  10. Discharge and follow up.
  11. Conclusion
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Requirements

LPNs have the option to complete 14 contact hours of continuing education every year or meet one of the other continuing competency options listed
here in Section 3.

Mandatory CE requirements:

  • 3 of the 14 contact hours must be on Domestic Violence (one-time requirement)
  • 1.5 of the 14 contact hours must be on Pediatric Abusive Head Trauma (one-time requirement)
  • 2 of the 14 contact hours must be on Suicide Prevention (one-time requirement)
    • 1 contact hour in suicide prevention generally; and
    • 1 contact hour that addresses:
      • Chronic toxic stress and secondary traumatic stress potentially increasing the incidence of suicide amongst nurses;
      • A confidential and standardized pathway to care for nurses that addresses
        screening, assessing, safety planning, referrals, and follow-up for
        nurses at risk for suicide;
      • Systems of care, evidence-informed approaches, and best practices to reduce suicide rates; and
      • Ethical legal considerations for caring for patients and nurses who are suicidal.
  • 1.5 of the 14 contact hours must be on Implicit Bias (one-time requirement) that addresses:
    • The impact of historical racism and other forms of invidious discrimination on the provision of healthcare;
    • Methods of evaluating the presence and extent of implicit bias; and
    • Measures that may be taken to reduce implicit bias.

Courses That Match Requirements

Contact Hours

Kentucky Renewal Bundle
14 Contact Hours

Kentucky Renewal Bundle Course Outline

  1. Pediatric Abusive Head Trauma – Kentucky (Meets Kentucky BON Requirement)
  2. Kentucky Implicit Bias (Meets Kentucky BON Requirement)
  3. Kentucky Suicide Prevention (Meets Kentucky BON Requirement)
  4. Kentucky Domestic Violence (Meets Kentucky BON Requirement)
  5. Ostomy Management
  6. Diabetes Management: Nursing Updates
  7. Hospice Vs. Palliative Care: What’s the difference?
  8. Navigating Difficult End of Life Conversations
  9. Basic Ventilator Management
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Kentucky Pediatric Abusive Head Trauma
1.5 Contact Hours

Kentucky Pediatric Abusive Head Trauma Course Outline

  1. Introduction and Objectives  
  2. Epidemiology/Risk Factors 
  3. Pathophysiology 
  4. Diagnosis of Abusive Head Trauma  
  5. Outcomes and Sequelae  
  6. Legal Consideration in the State of Kentucky 
  7. Prevention 
  8. Conclusion 
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Kentucky Domestic Violence
3 Contact Hours

Kentucky Domestic Violence Course Outline

  1. Introduction
  2. What is Domestic Violence?
  3. Etiology and Pathophysiology
  4. The Cycle of Abuse Model
  5. Those at Risk
  6. Assessing for Domestic Violence
  7. The History Assessment
  8. The Physical Assessment
  9. Effects of Domestic Violence
  10. Statistics and Prevalence of Domestic Violence
  11. What Can Nurses Do?
  12. Resources
  13. Conclusion
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Kentucky Implicit Bias Training
1.5 Contact Hours

Kentucky Implicit Bias Training Course Outline

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

    – Maternal Health
    – Reproductive Rights
  6. Case Study
  7. How to Measure and Reduce Implicit Bias in Healthcare
    – Assessing for Bias
    – Acting to Reduce Bias
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Kentucky SANE Guidelines for Adult/Adolescent Populations
2.5 Contact Hours

Kentucky SANE Guidelines for Adult/Adolescent Populations Course Outline

  1. Introduction
  2. Overview of Forensic Nursing
  3. Sexual Violence against Adults/Adolescents
    – Definitions

    – Prevalence and Statistics
    – Long-Term Effects
    – The Sexual Assault Response Team
    – Key Aspects of Sexual Assault Care
  4. Health History, Observation, and Assessment
    – Importance of consent and autonomy
    – Physical Assessment
    – Equitment
    – Medical forensic health history
    – Toxicology
    – Special populations
    – Mental health assessment
  5. Specimen Collection 
    – Evidence kit requirements and basic principles
    – DNA analysis
    – Clothing evidence
    – Swab Collection
  6. Medical Forensic Photography
    – Basics
    – Photography technique
    – Photography equipment
  7. STD testing and Prophylaxis
    – Basic recommendations
    – Symptoms
    – Testing
    – Treatment
  8. Pregnancy Risk Evaluation and Care
    – Testing
    – Treatment
  9. Documentation
    – Required Documentation
  10. Discharge and Follow-Up
    – Education
    – Follow-Up and Safety
  11. Conclusion
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Kentucky Suicide Prevention
2 Contact Hours

Kentucky Suicide Prevention Course Outline

  1. Introduction 
  2. The Significance of Suicide Prevention 
  3. Suicide Risk Factors Amongst the Nursing Population 
  4. Strategies to Address Suicide Risks 
  5. Additional Interventions and Protective Factors to Reduce Suicide Rates 
  6. Ethical and Legal Considerations Regarding Care for Suicidal Individuals 
  7. Case Study 
  8. Recommendations 
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Kentucky SANE Guidelines for Pediatric/Adolescent Populations
2.5 Contact Hours

Kentucky SANE Guidelines for Pediatric/Adolescent Populations Course Outline

  1. Introduction
  2. Overview of Forensic Nursing
  3. Sexual Violence against Pediatrics
  4. Health History, Observation and Assessment
  5. Specimen Collection
  6. Medical Forensic Photography
  7. STD testing and Prophylaxis
  8. Pregnancy Risk Evaluation and Care
  9. Documentation
  10. Discharge and follow up.
  11. Conclusion
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Requirements

APRNs have the option to complete 14 contact hours of general continuing education every year or maintain their national certification.

Mandatory CE requirements:

  • 3 of the 14 contact hours must be on Domestic Violence (one-time requirement)
  • 1.5 of the 14 contact hours must be on Pediatric Abusive Head Trauma (one-time requirement)
  • 2 contact hours must be on Suicide Prevention (one-time requirement) in addition to annual CE requirements
  • 1.5 contact hours must be on Implicit Bias (one-time requirement) in addition to annual CE requirements
  • 5 of the 14 contact hours must be on Sexual Assault, Forensic Medicine,
    or Domestic Violence if you are a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE)
  • APRNs may use their board certification to satisfy the 14 contact hours needed for RN license renewal as long as
  • APRNs are required to complete 5 contact hours of continuing education on pharmacology every year.
      • APRNs with prescriptive authority are required to complete 5 contact hours of continuing education on pharmacology every year.
        • 1.5 of the 5 contact hours must be in the dual subject of pharmacology
          and addiction disorders AND 2.5 contact hours on addiction disorders
          for APRNs with CAPA-CS who have a waiver and registration issued by the
          DEA.
        • 1.5 of the 5 contact hours must be in the dual subject of pharmacology and addiction disorders for APRNs with CAPA-CS who do not have a waiver and registration issued by the DEA.

Special Conditions

  • If you graduated in Kentucky after 1998 the domestic violence course was included in your curriculum. Your one-time requirement has been met.
  • If you graduated in Kentucky after 2011 the pediatric abusive head trauma course was included in your curriculum. Your one-time requirement has been met.

Courses That Match Requirements

Contact Hours

Kentucky APRN Bundle
5 Contact Hours

Kentucky APRN Bundle Course Outline

  1. Kentucky Addiction Disorders
  2. Kentucky Pharmacology and Addiction Disorders
  3. SSRI Use in Major Depressive Disorder
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Kentucky Pediatric Abusive Head Trauma
1.5 Contact Hours

Kentucky Pediatric Abusive Head Trauma Course Outline

  1. Introduction and Objectives  
  2. Epidemiology/Risk Factors 
  3. Pathophysiology 
  4. Diagnosis of Abusive Head Trauma  
  5. Outcomes and Sequelae  
  6. Legal Consideration in the State of Kentucky 
  7. Prevention 
  8. Conclusion 
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Kentucky Pharmacology and Addiction Disorders
1.5 Contact Hours

Kentucky Pharmacology and Addiction Disorders Course Outline

  1. Introduction 
  2. Understanding Kentucky Addiction Disorders 
  3. Opioid-Related Laws and Prescribing Regulations for APRNs in Kentucky 
  4. Basic Pharmacology of Opioids 
  5. Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) 
  6. Buprenorphine 
    1. Definition 
    2. Drug Class 
    3. Uses 
    4. Mechanism of Action 
    5. Side Effects 
    6. Warnings 
  7. Naltrexone 
    1. Definition 
    2. Drug Class 
    3. Uses 
    4. Mechanism of Action 
    5. Side Effects 
    6. Warnings 
  8. Treatment Resources 
  9. Conclusion 
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Kentucky Addiction Disorders
2.5 Contact Hours

Kentucky Addiction Disorders Course Outline

  1. Introduction 
  2. Etiology / Statistics on Addiction Disorders in Kentucky 
  3. Opioid Use Disorder 
  4. Overview of Opioids 
  5. Fentanyl 
    1. Definition 
    2. Drug Class 
    3. Uses 
    4. Mechanism of Action 
    5. Side Effects 
    6. Warnings 
  6. Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) 
  7. Methadone 
    1. Definition 
    2. Drug Class 
    3. Uses 
    4. Mechanism of Action 
    5. Side Effects 
    6. Warnings 
  8. Guidance for Kentucky APRNs 
    1. Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs (PDMPs) 
    2. State Requirements 
    3. Prescribing Guidelines, Laws, and Regulations for Clinicians in Kentucky
  9. Conclusion
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