ILNA Points for Continuing Education Courses

The following are examples of CE offerings that apply in the Psychosocial category. Many other programs may apply as well.

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Psychosocial - Psychosocial Dimensions of Care (OCN® /CPHON®);
Psychosocial and Spiritual (CBCN®);
Psychosocial Issues (AOCNP®/AOCNS®)

Addressing Disparities: The Alliance Breast Cancer Community-Based Program for Hispanic Women (ONS Journal CNE Activity Nov. 2016)ONS0.6
Advancements in Cancer Care and TreatmentONS

0.75 OR 1.75 - OCN®, AOCNP®, AOCNS®

0.75 - CPHON®, CBCN®

After Cancer TreatmentHomestead Schools2.5
Anxiety in Patients With CancerONS/inPractice Oncology Nursing Resource1
Barriers to Discussing Fertility Preservation (ONS Journal CNE Activity Aug. 2016)ONS0.70
Breast Cancer: Survivorship and Quality of LifeONS4.58
Cancer BasicsONS0.5
Cancer in Women, Update 2nd EditionWestern Schools2.35
Cancer Nursing, Prevention and Early Detection for the Adult PatientElite Continuing Education1
Cancer Nursing: A Solid Foundation For Practice (2nd edition)Western Schools2.33
Cancer Nursing: A Solid Foundation For Practice (3rd edition)Western Schools1.25
Cancer-Related Loss and GriefONS/inPractice Oncology Nursing Resource0.9
Cancer ScreeningNetCE1
Cancer Survivorship - Optimizing CareHarvard Medical School2.5
Caregiver Issues in CancerONS/inPractice Oncology Nursing Resource0.85
Case Management of the Oncology PatientWestern Schools1.5
Childhood Leuikemias and ManagementNetCE2.7 - CPHON®
Cognitive Changes, Comorbidities, And Oral Therapies, Health Behaviors (ONS Journal CNE Activity Feb. 2015)ONS2.5
Cognitive ImpairmentONS3
Death, Dying and BereavementWestern Schools6
Depression and SuicideNetCE15
Depression in Patients With CancerONS/inPractice Oncology Nursing Resource1.1
End of Life CareWild Iris Medical1
Female Sexuality and Reproduction in Patients with CancerONS/inPractice Oncology Nursing Resource1.2
Health Issues Distinctive to WomenNetCE

2.25 - OCN®, AOCNP®, AOCNS®

1.5 - CBCN®

HIV/AIDS TreatmentWild Iris Medical Education1
Introduction to SpiritualityONS/inPractice Oncology Nursing Resource0.9
Lung Cancer Diagnosis and MangementNetCE1
Male Sexuality and Reproduction in Patients With CancerONS/inPractice Oncology Nursing Resource1.2
Managing Conflict, Finding Meaning Supporting Families at Life's EndHospice Foundation of America2.5
Palliative and Hospice CareNurseCE4less.com1.5
Palliative CareONS


5.5 - AOCNP®

6 - AOCNS®

Palliative Care Nursing: Caring for Suffering PatientsAnderson Continuing Education3
Palliative Care: What? Why? When? How?ONS1.25
Pediatric Chemotherapy and Biotherapy Provider CourseAPHON1
Post-Master's Foundation in Cancer Care for the Advanced Practice ProviderONS3
Providing Relief for Patients with Malignant Woundsce.nurse.com1
Prostate CancerWild Iris Medical Education, Inc5
Psychological Support for Patients with Cancerce.nurse.com1
Psychosocial Care in OncologyONS2.3 OR 4.6
Quality of Life Issues-Oncology RNONS3.86
Quality of Life Issues-Oncology APNONS3.18
Radiation Therapy Certificate ProgramONS3
Radiation Therapy Certificate Renewal CourseONS0.75
Renal Disease and FailureNetCE1.5
Returning to Work (Educational Series for Healthcare Professionals)cancerandcareers.org1
Sexual Dysfunction and Fertility ImpairmentONS3.15
Taking Time Off (Educational Series for Healthcare Professionals)cancerandcareers.org1
Understanding Loss and Grief: Implications for Healthcare ProfessionalsWestern Schools3
What Influences Lifestyle Choices and How We Can Change Themce.nurse.com1
Women's Educational Needs and Perceptions about Survivorship Following Bilaterial Mastectomy (ONS Journal CNE Activity Sept. 2016)ONS0.7

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