Methodist Hospitals Promotes Leadership by Providing Tools for Knowledge 

Jul 29
2011

Methodist Hospitals is presenting a Certified Emergency Nurse exam review August 1 and 2 in Merrillville. This course was designed to help nurses expand their knowledge and further their careers by providing participants with the information needed to care for patients with a variety of acute illnesses and injuries.

Methodist Hospitals is proud to give all nurses the opportunity to continue growing in their careers. Rhonda Sonson coordinated the program. The course will review basic principles of patient management, disaster management, and selected professional issues common to emergency nursing. Selected medical respiratory, cardiovascular, orthopedic, neurological, genitourinary, gastrointestinal, toxicology, and maxillofacial emergencies will be presented to include assessment and management pearls. Upon completion of this review, nurses will be better prepared to successfully complete the certification in emergency nursing examination.

Beth Broering will be speaking during the course. Broering brings 25 years of clinical, educational, and managerial experience to her seminars. Her scope of practice includes numerous specialty units including the Emergency Department as well as Surgical/Trauma Intensive Care Units. Broering is currently the Chairperson for the Emergency Nurses Association Foundation and the Education Chair for the Tennessee Emergency Nurses Association.

The course will be held at the Avalon Manor in the West Ballroom, at 3550 East U.S. Highway 30, Merrillville, IN 46410 and will take place from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m.
 

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