2023 Spring Consortium: On-Demand
This event offers
42.5 CE credits
Accreditation Info: This nursing continuing professional development activity was approved by the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation..
The On-Demand Spring Critical Care Consortium 2023
A 6-day fundamental critical care program designed to meet the beginning educational content needs of nurses providing care for adolescent to elderly populations. The content will be presented through lectures, handouts, and case studies by regional nursing and various clinical experts.
1) Introduction of core critical care concepts to nurses entering critical care practice.
2) Provide a theoretical base for clinical decisions made in critical care units.
- Cardiovascular & Hemodynamics
- Pulmonary Concepts & Pathologies & Mechanical Ventilation
- Critically-Ill Surgical Patient & Vasoactive Drugs
- Neurological, Analgesia & Anesthesia Issues
- Renal, Shock, Coagulopathies, Fluid Resuscitation & Gastrointestinal Issues
- Temporary Pacing, Nutrition, Endocrine & Drug Overdose
Program, Course Dates, & Schedule Topics:
The course runs 6 days of recorded lectures, all available for On-Demand viewing. Tickets will be able to be purchased for entire course only when registering.
- Acute Coronary Syndrome
- Valvular Heart Disease
- Temporary Cardiac Pacing
- Heart Failure
- Transition to Critical Care Nursing
- Hemodynamic Monitoring: Basic Concepts and Techniques
- The Pathophysiology, Assessement and Treatment of Shock
- Vasoactive & Anitarrhythmic Medications
- Care of the Critically-ill Surgical Patient
- General Pulmonary Concepts
- Airway Management & Mechanical Ventilation
- Pulmonary Critical Care: Pulmonary Embolus, and Restrictive/Obstructive Disease
- Pulmonary Critical Care: ARDS
- Neuroscience in Critical Care
- Donor Management in the ICU
- Anesthesia Recovery
- Analgesia, Sedation, & Neuromusclar Blockade
- Hemodynamic Case Studies
- Gastrointestinal issues: Liver Failure, Acute Pancreatitis, and Bleeds
- Renal Concepts
- Coagulapathies and DIC
- Endocrine Concepts: DKA, HHS, DI, SIADH
- Drug Overdose
- Nutritional Support in the Critically-Ill Patient
- Neurocognitive Effects in the ICU
Fee structure is based on employment as a Registered Nurses or status as a pre-licensure student nurse.
GPC Consortium facilities include:
- Oregon Health & Science University Hospital
- Portland Adventist
- Salem Health
- Legacy Health System
- PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center
- Portland Veterans Administration Medical Center
- OHSU Health Hillsboro Medical Center (formerly Tuality Healthcare)
- Kaiser Permanente Health System
- Registered Nurse Entire Course (GPC-AACN Member): $300
- Registered Nurse Entire Course (Non-Member): $350
- Student (Pre-licensure): Entire course $50
Nurses beginning clinical practice in critical care and high acuity care areas.
Contact Hours: 42.5
This nursing continuing professional development activity was approved by the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
The consortium committee reserves the right to cancel a scheduled course for low enrollment or extenuating circumstances related to the COVID-19 Pandemic. You will be given 4 weeks notice if this occurs. If a course cancelled, paying participants will be issued full refunds.
If an individual cancels course registration, refunds will be considered on an individual basis.