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Emergency nurses need to be prepared to care for pediatric patients and recognize when they may be experiencing a life-or limb-threatening illness or injury and provide appropriate interventions and care, ensuring the child receives appropriate definitive care.
ENPC is designed to help you learn core-level pediatric knowledge and the psychomotor skills needed to positively affect patient outcomes in emergency departments. It presents a systematic assessment model; integrates associated anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology and identifies appropriate interventions.
- Performing a systematic triage assessment
- Identifying subtle changes that indicate a worsening condition in a pediatric patient
- Cultural considerations
- Pain management
- Techniques for interacting with the child and family
- And more…..
TNCC provides you with cognitive, core-level trauma knowledge and psychomotor skills experience in an interactive format. The hands-on psychomotor skill stations help you incorporate cognitive knowledge into application of skills in a safe practice environment.
Course Highlights include:
- Abdominal, pediatric and pregnancy trauma
- Airway and ventilation interventions
- Initial assessment and shock
- Spinal immobilization
- Chest trauma and traction splinting
- Opportunity to earn contact hours.
- If your TNCC training needs are urgent, please visit the ENA Course Listing website to find live and virtual TNCC courses.
- If you were registered in a TNCC course that was postponed or cancelled, please contact Chris Chizek, Course Director for information on new course dates.