Symptom Management

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Symp Mgt - Symptom Management (OCN®/CBCN®)
Side Effect and Symptom Management (AOCNP®/AOCNS®)
Supportive Care and Symptom Management (CPHON®)

CE PROGRAMPROVIDERILNA POINTS ALLOWED
Access Devices: The Virtual Clinic (Prior to July 2016)ONS5 OR 7.5
Access Devices: The Virtual Clinic (After July 2016)ONS4.3 OR 8.7
Acute Coronary SyndromeRN.com3
Advancements in Cancer Care and TreatmentONS0.75 - CPHON®
Adverse Drug Eventsce.nurse.com1
After Cancer TreatmentHomestead Schools11
Anorexia and Cachexia and Taste AlterationsONS/inPractice Oncology Nursing Resource1.1
Anxiety in Patients with CancerONS/inPractice Oncology Nursing Resource1 - CPHON®
A Nurse's Guide to Pain Managementce.nurse.com6
Assessment and Management of Venous Thromboembolism in Patients with CancerONS2.9
Blood Administration and Transfusion ReactionsRN.com2
Blood Transfusions: An OverviewNurseCE4less.com3
Bone Marrow Suppression in Patients With CancerONS/inPractice Oncology Nursing Resource1.4
Breast Cancer: Treatment and Symptom ManagementONS2.25
Breast Cancernetce.com1
Cancer and Chemotherapyce.nurse.com3.3
Cancer BasicsONS.05 OR 1 OR 1.05
Cancer in Women, Update - 2nd EditionWestern Schools2.35
Cancer Nursing: A Solid Foundation For Practice (2nd Edition)Western Schools5
Cancer Nursing: A Solid Foundation For Practice (3rd Edition)Western Schools

1.25 OR 3.75 - OCN®, AOCNP®, AOCNS®

2.5 - CBCN®, CPHON®

Cancer-Related Cardiac TamponadeONS/inPractice Oncology Nursing Resource1.1 - CBCN®
Cancer-Related Cardiac ToxicityONS/inPractice Oncology Nursing Resource0.8
Cancer-Related FatigueONS/inPractice Oncology Nursing Resource1
Cancer-Related Genitourinary ComplicationsONS/inPractice Oncology Nursing Resource1
Cancer-Related Musculoskeletal ToxicitiesONS/inPractice Oncology Nursing Resource1.5
Cancer-Related NephrotoxicityONS/inPractice Oncology Nursing Resource1
Cancer-Related Neurological ToxicityONS/inPractice Oncology Nursing Resource1
Cancer-Related Pulmonary ToxicityONS/inPractice Oncology Nursing Resource1
Cancer-Related SepsisONS/inPractice Oncology Nursing Resource1.5 - CBCN®
CAM and CancerONS3.02
Case Management of the Oncology PatientWestern Schools4
Central Line Associated Blood Stream InfectionsONS1.2
Central Line Associated Bloodstream Infections Beyond Policy and ProcedureRN.com1 - CBCN®
Chemotherapies and BiotherapiesWestern Schools2
Chemotherapy Biotherapy Certificate Course (2016)ONS7.5
Chemotherapy Biotherapy Certificate Course (2014)ONS3.75
Chemotherapy Biotherapy Certificate Renewal CourseONS1.3
Chemotherapy Biotherapy: Fundamentals of AdministrationONS1.6
Chemotherapy-Induced Nausea and VomitingONS2
Chemotherapy-Induced NeutropeniaONS2
Childhood Leukemias and ManagementNetCE0.9 - CPHON®
CLL Update on Treatment and Side Effects ManagementLeukemia and Lymphoma Society1
Cognitive Changes, Comorbidities, and Oral Therapies, Health Behaviors, Colorectal Screening (ONS Journal Activity Feb. 2015)ONS2.5 - OCN®, AOCNP®, AOCNS®
Complementary and Integrative MedicinenurseCE4less.com8.5
Complementary Therapies (ONS Journal Activity Feb. 2016)ONS2.6
Constipation and Diarrhea Management for Patients With CancerONS/inPractice Oncology Nursing Resource1.1
Current Concepts in ChelationAPHON1
Cutaneous Complications in Patients With CancerONS/inPractice Oncology Nursing Resource1.3
Deep Vein Thrombosis Prevention and PrognosisnurseCE4less.com1.5
Disseminated Intravascular CoagulationONS/inPractice Oncology Nursing Resource1 - CBCN®
DVT: A Life-Threatening ConditionRN.com2 - CBCN®
End-of-Life CareWild Iris Medical

1 - OCN®, CPHON®, CBCN®

1 OR 4 - AOCNP®, AOCNS®

Extravasation ManagementONS0.9 - CBCN®, CPHON®
A Focus on Supportive Care: Strategies to Improve Nausea and Vomiting in Cancer Patients. Oncology Nurse Advisor0.5
Gastrointestinal ToxicitiesONS3.5
Health Issues Distinctive to WomenNetCE

1.5 - OCN®, AOCNP®, AOCNS®

0.75 - CBCN®

Hematologic CancersONS3.66
Heparin-Induced ThrombocytopeniaCE Direct

1

HepatotoxicityONS/inPractice Oncology Nursing Resource

1

Holistic and Complementary TherapiesWestern Schools

15 (All except CPHON®)

Hypercalcemia of MalignancyONS/inPractice Oncology Nursing Resource

1.1 - CBCN®

Hypersensitivity and AnaphylaxisONS/inPractice Oncology Nursing Resource

0.8

Identifying Malnutrition: Nutritional Status in Newly Diagnosed Patients with Cancer (February 2017)ONS Journal Activity

0.5

ImmunotherapyONS/inPractice Oncology Nursing Resource

0.9

Immunotherapy in Cancer TreatmentONS

1.1 (CPHON®, CBCN®, AOCNP®, AOCNS®)

1 (OCN®)

Interventions to Reduce Cancer-Related Fatigue (Journal CNE Activity July 2016)ONS0.7
An Introduction to Oncology Emergenciesce.nurse.com1.5 - CBCN®
Introduction to Paraneoplastic SyndromeONS/inPractice Oncology Nursing Resource1.4
Ischemic StrokeNetCE

6 - OCN®, CPHON®, AOCNP®, AOCNS®

8 - CBCN®

Lung CancerWestern Schools3
Lymph Nodes & Cancer: Part 2nursece4less.com6
Lymph Nodes & Cancer: Part 1nursece4less.com5.5
Lymphoma-related Adverse Events (February 2017)ONS Journal Activity0.5
Male Sexuality and Reproduction in Patients with CancerONS/inPractice Oncology Nursing Resource1.2
The Mechanism-Based Approach to Pain Managementnetce.com1
Metabolic Complications of Cancer CareONS/inPractice Oncology Nursing Resource1.5
Multiple Myelomace.nurse.com1
MyelosuppressionONS2.5
Nausea and Vomiting Management for Patients with CancerONS/inPractice Oncology Nursing Resource1.8
Neurovascular EmergenciesNurseCE4less.com5 - CBCN®
The Nurse's Role in Caring for Patients with Hem MalignancyLeukemia and Lymphoma Society1.5
Nursing Management of Cutaneous Toxicities (ONS Journal CNE Activity Oct. 2016)ONS0.6
Nutrition and CancerONS2.2
Oncology 101: When Your Patient Also Has CancerRN.com2
Oncology Update: Targeted Therapies and Patient ManagementRN.com1
Oral Cancer and Complications of Cancer TherapiesNetCE2
Oral Mucositis, Esophagitis, Xerostomia, Dysphagia in Patients with CancerONS/inPractice Oncology Nursing Resource1.1
Osteoporosis: An Overviewnursece4less.com3.5
Overview of MetastasesONS/inPractice Oncology Nursing Resource1.4
Pain ManagementWild Iris Medical Ed6
Pain Management for Patients With CancerONS/inPractice Oncology Nursing Resource

0.9

Pain Management in Patients Receiving Palliative CareNurse Practitioner Healthcare Foundation

1

Palliative CareONS

2 - CPHON®

Palliative Care Nursing: Caring for Suffering PatientsAnderson Continuing Education2
Pediatric Chemotherapy and Biotherapy Provider CourseAPHON1 - CPHON®
Pneumonia: Emerging Trends in Diagnosis and CareRN.com2
Post-Master's Foundation in Cancer Care for the Advanced Practice ProviderONS3
Preventing Tumor Lysis Syndrome (ONS Journal CNE Activity April 2016)ONS0.7 - CBCN®
Prostate CancerWild Iris Medical Ed5
Progress Made Against Colorectal Cancerce.nurse.com1
Prostate Cancernetce.com5
Radiation TherapyONS/inPractice Oncology Nursing Resource1.3
Radiation Therapy Certificate ProgramONS3
Radiation Therapy Certificate Renewal CourseONS1.78
Recognizing, Preventing, and Troubleshooting Central-line ComplicationsANA1.6
Renal Disease and FailureNetCE8.5
Sepsis: Does My Patient Look Sick?NurseCE4less.com2 OR 4 - CBCN®
Skin Care and Prevention of WoundsNurseCE4less.com7.5
Sleep-Wake DisturbancesONS2.1
Sleep Disturbances in Patients with CancerONS/inPractice Oncology Nursing Resource0.9
Superior Vena Cava SyndromeONS/inPractice Oncology Nursing Resource1 - CBCN®
Symptom Management Among Cancer Survivors (ONS Journal CNE Activity June 2015)ONS2.5
Symptom Management-Oncology APNONS3.49
Syndrome of Inappropriate Antidiuretic Hormone SecretionONS/inPractice Oncology Nursing Resource1 - CBCN®
Transfusion ReactionsCE Direct1
Treating Pressure Ulcers and Chronic WoundsNetCE5
Treatment & Symptom Management-Oncology RNONS6
Tumor Lysis SyndromeONS/inPractice Oncology Nursing Resource1.1 - CBCN®
Understanding the Challenges of Prostate Cancerce.nurse.com1
Venous Thromboembolism in Patients with CancerONS.90 or 2.90
GVHD National SymposiumCase Western Reserve University6.5
Methotrexate and Fluorouracil Toxicities: A Collaborative Practice Approach to Prevention and TreatmentMeniscus Educational Institute1.25
Collaborative Practice Enhances Supportive Care in Cancer: Chemotherapy-Induced Nausea and Vomiting SupplementMeniscus Educational Institute2
STAR Program Certification Course: Module 2: Cancer Treatments and Side EffectsOncology Rehab Partners0.15
STAR Program Certification Course: Module 5: Evaluating and Treating Fatigue in Cancer SurvivorsOncology Rehab Partners2.5
STAR Program Certification Course: Module 6: Evaluating and Treating Pain in Cancer SurvivorsOncology Rehab Partners2.5
STAR Program Certification Course: Module 7: Evaluating and Treating Lymphedema in Cancer SurvivorsOncology Rehab Partners2.5

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