South Dakota Nursing CEU License Renewal Package

  • Accepted by South Dakota Board of Nursing.
  • Instant access to all courses, including our 30 contact hour course.
  • No tests required – easily complete your courses with one click.
  • 100% online. No tests- receive your certificates immediately.
Enroll for $
  • Accepted by South Dakota Board of Nursing.
  • Instant access to all courses, including our 30 contact hour course.
  • No tests required – easily complete your courses with one click.
  • 100% online. No tests- receive your certificates immediately.
Enroll for $
  • Accepted by South Dakota Board of Nursing.
  • Instant access to all courses, including our 30 contact hour course.
  • No tests required – easily complete your courses with one click.
  • 100% online. No tests- receive your certificates immediately.
Enroll for $

Your South Dakota 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 South Dakota.

South Dakota

Requirements

South Dakota Board of Nursing does not require continuing education for LPNs, RNs, or APRNs at this time.

APRNs must maintain national certification in their area of specialty.

Courses That Match Requirements

Contact Hours

Infection Control and Barrier Precautions
4 Contact Hours

Infection Control and Barrier Precautions Course Outline

  1. Element I
  2. Element II 
  3. Element III 
  4. Element IV 
  5. Element V 
  6. Element VI 
  7. Element VII
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Telemetry and EKG Basics: Rhythm Recognition
3 Contact Hours

Telemetry and EKG Basics: Rhythm Recognition Course Outline

  1. Introduction
  2. Types of Heart Monitors
  3. Lead Placement
  4. Reading EKGs: EKG Components
  5. Reading EKGs: EKG Paper
  6. Rhythm Recognition
  7. Identifying Ischemia and Infarction
  8. Cardiac Assessment
  9. Indications for Inpatient Monitor Use
  10. Conclusion
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Pressure Injury Prevention, Staging, and Treatment
2 Contact Hours

Pressure Injury Prevention, Staging, and Treatment Course Outline

  1. Introduction
  2. What is a pressure injury?
  3. What causes pressure injuries to develop?
  4. What are risk factors for developing a pressure injury?
  5. What is happening on a global scale?
  6. What is happening nationally?
  7. How do pressure injuries impact healthcare?
  8. What is the difference between wound assessment and staging?
  9. What are the six stages of pressure injuries?
  10. What are other types of pressure injuries?
  11. How are pressure injuries diagnosed?
  12. What are some ways to prevent pressure injuries?
  13. How are pressure injuries treated?
  14. What is the nurse’s role in pressure injury prevention?
  15. How can nurses prevent medical device-related pressure injuries?
  16. How can nurses identify pressure injuries in patients with darker skin tones?
  17. How can nurses quickly differentiate between pressure injury stages?
  18. What should patients know?
  19. What is a pressure injury quality improvement initiative?
  20. What are some pressure injury quality measures
  21. Conclusion
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Quality Improvement for Nurses
5 Contact Hours

Quality Improvement for Nurses Course Outline

  1. Introduction 
  2. What is Quality Improvement? 
  3. History and Background 
  4. Models 
  5. IOM Six Domains of Patient Care 
  6. Nursing Quality Indicators 
  7. Data Collection 
  8. Change Models in Healthcare 
  9. Implementing Change 
  10. Evaluating Change 
  11. Examples of Quality Improvement Projects in Nursing 
  12. Conclusion
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Workplace Violence Against Nurses
1 Contact Hours

Workplace Violence Against Nurses Course Outline

  1. Introduction 
  2. Workplace Violence 
    1. Definitions 
    2. Types of Violence
  3. Epidemiology 
  4. Impact on Nurse Well-Being 
  5. Barriers to Reporting 
  6. Culture of Safety 
  7. ANA Zero Tolerance Policy 
  8. Strategies to Prevent WPV 
  9. Resources 
  10. Conclusion
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Requirements

South Dakota Board of Nursing does not require continuing education for LPNs, RNs, or APRNs at this time.

APRNs must maintain national certification in their area of specialty.

Courses That Match Requirements

Contact Hours

Infection Control and Barrier Precautions
4 Contact Hours

Infection Control and Barrier Precautions Course Outline

  1. Element I
  2. Element II 
  3. Element III 
  4. Element IV 
  5. Element V 
  6. Element VI 
  7. Element VII
4.8/5 Stars

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Telemetry and EKG Basics: Rhythm Recognition
3 Contact Hours

Telemetry and EKG Basics: Rhythm Recognition Course Outline

  1. Introduction
  2. Types of Heart Monitors
  3. Lead Placement
  4. Reading EKGs: EKG Components
  5. Reading EKGs: EKG Paper
  6. Rhythm Recognition
  7. Identifying Ischemia and Infarction
  8. Cardiac Assessment
  9. Indications for Inpatient Monitor Use
  10. Conclusion
4.8/5 Stars

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Pressure Injury Prevention, Staging, and Treatment
2 Contact Hours

Pressure Injury Prevention, Staging, and Treatment Course Outline

  1. Introduction
  2. What is a pressure injury?
  3. What causes pressure injuries to develop?
  4. What are risk factors for developing a pressure injury?
  5. What is happening on a global scale?
  6. What is happening nationally?
  7. How do pressure injuries impact healthcare?
  8. What is the difference between wound assessment and staging?
  9. What are the six stages of pressure injuries?
  10. What are other types of pressure injuries?
  11. How are pressure injuries diagnosed?
  12. What are some ways to prevent pressure injuries?
  13. How are pressure injuries treated?
  14. What is the nurse’s role in pressure injury prevention?
  15. How can nurses prevent medical device-related pressure injuries?
  16. How can nurses identify pressure injuries in patients with darker skin tones?
  17. How can nurses quickly differentiate between pressure injury stages?
  18. What should patients know?
  19. What is a pressure injury quality improvement initiative?
  20. What are some pressure injury quality measures
  21. Conclusion
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Quality Improvement for Nurses
5 Contact Hours

Quality Improvement for Nurses Course Outline

  1. Introduction 
  2. What is Quality Improvement? 
  3. History and Background 
  4. Models 
  5. IOM Six Domains of Patient Care 
  6. Nursing Quality Indicators 
  7. Data Collection 
  8. Change Models in Healthcare 
  9. Implementing Change 
  10. Evaluating Change 
  11. Examples of Quality Improvement Projects in Nursing 
  12. Conclusion
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Workplace Violence Against Nurses
1 Contact Hours

Workplace Violence Against Nurses Course Outline

  1. Introduction 
  2. Workplace Violence 
    1. Definitions 
    2. Types of Violence
  3. Epidemiology 
  4. Impact on Nurse Well-Being 
  5. Barriers to Reporting 
  6. Culture of Safety 
  7. ANA Zero Tolerance Policy 
  8. Strategies to Prevent WPV 
  9. Resources 
  10. Conclusion
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Requirements

South Dakota Board of Nursing does not require continuing education for LPNs, RNs, or APRNs at this time.

APRNs must maintain national certification in their area of specialty.

Courses That Match Requirements

Contact Hours

Controlled Substances
5 Contact Hours

Controlled Substances Course Outline

  1. Introduction
  2. Definition of Pain
  3. Types of Pain
    1. – Pain assessment
  4. Opioid Classifications and Drug Schedules
  5. Commonly Prescribed Opioids, Indications for Use, and Typical Side Effects
    1. –Hydrocodone
    2. – Oxycodone
    3. – Morphine
    4. – Fentanyl
    5. – Hydromorphone
    6. – Tramadol
    7. – Cannabis
  6. Opioid Use, the Opioid Epidemic, and Statistics
  7. Federal Regulations on Opioid Prescribing
  8. Safe Prescribing and Prescription Monitoring Program
  9. Preventing Opioid Use Disorder
  10. Treatment for Opioid Overdose
    1. – Naloxone
    2. – Methadone
    3. – Buprenorphine
    4. – Clonidine and Lofexidine
  11. Other Substance Use Disorders
  12. Drug Diversion
  13. Conclusion
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SSRI Use in Major Depressive Disorder
1 Contact Hours

SSRI Use in Major Depressive Disorder Course Outline

  1. Introduction 
  2. Defining SSRIs and Major Depressive Disorder 
  3. SSRI Pharmacokinetics 
    1. Drug Class SSRIs 
    2. SSRIs Method of Action 
    3. SSRI Side Effects 
    4. SSRI Boxed Warnings 
    5. SSRI Alternatives  
  4. Nursing Considerations 
  5. Upcoming Research
  6. Case Study 
  7. Conclusion
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Oral STI Medications
2 Contact Hours

Oral STI Medications Course Outline

  1. Introduction 
  2. Defining Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs)
  3. Defining Oral STI Medications
  4. Antibiotic Pharmacokinetics
  5. Antiviral Pharmacokinetics
  6. Nursing Considerations
  7. Upcoming Research
  8. Conclusion
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Migraine Management
2 Contact Hours

Migraine Management Course Outline

  1. Introduction 
  2. Definition 
  3. Migraine Medications 
  4. Clinical Criteria for Prescribing 
  5. Pharmacokinetics  
  6. Warnings Related to Migraine Medications 
  7. Alternatives to Migraine Medications 
  8. Nursing Considerations 
  9. Upcoming Research 
  10. Conclusion
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Inpatient Antibiotic Therapy
2 Contact Hours

Inpatient Antibiotic Therapy Course Outline

  1. Introduction 
  2. Bacteria 
    1. The Basics 
    2. Types of Bacterial Infections 
  3. Pharmacology: Piperacillin/Tazobactam, Ceftriaxone, Vancomycin 
    1. Drug Class and Indication 
    2. Pharmacokinetics and Mechanisms of Action 
    3. Pregnancy and Breastfeeding Precautions 
    4. Contraindications and Adverse Effects 
  4. Antimicrobial Resistance 
    1. What is Happening at the Cellular Level? 
    2. Statistical Evidence 
    3. Historical Timeline
  5. Common Drug-Resistant Bacteria  
  6. Antibiotic Resistance Guidelines 
  7. Antibiotic Stewardship Guidelines 
  8. Conclusion
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Very convenient, easy and well put toget...

Very convenient and well put together bundle, which allowed me to complete all CEU's in one sitting! The bundle provided a perfect blend of new educational topics with a great updated nursing head to toe review of systems skill set.

Date of experience: June 13, 2024 - written by Angela Dawson

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It was a Great review of my nursing profession. I was able to read and enjoy without the stress of test taking.

Date of experience: June 12, 2024 - written by Cherlynn Guy

The information was very informative…gre...

The information was very informative and concise and will help me practice much better as a nurse.

Date of experience: June 12, 2024 - written by Kimberly Versaw

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