UPCOMING TRAINING AND CONFERENCES
Diabetes Update Conference 2024
3/8/2024 | 7 CE hours | In-person
Providing clarity on diabetes management guidelines and an update on new therapies, medications, and technologies involved in care for patients across the lifespan and in all care settings.
Behavioral Health Series
03/15 & 03/22 | 4 CE each | Online
Over two comprehensive sessions, experts discuss multiple topics in Behavioral Health. You’ll learn from experts in the field and leave feeling equipped to better provide compassionate, evidence-based care.
Wound Management Fundamentals
03/25-05/09 | 30 CE | Online + In-person 2 Day Workshop
This comprehensive course prepares healthcare professionals to practice evidence-based wound management with expanded skills and knowledge. Content is based on national wound management guidelines for a broad range of wounds.
Ambulatory Care Conference 2024
4/24 – 4/25 | 15 CE | In-person
Engaging nurses to promote innovation and create seamless systems for patients and communities, strengthens the practice of ambulatory nursing who practice in a wide variety of settings.
Challenge of Pain 2024
5/17 | 7 CE, 3 Rx | In-person
Managing patient pain effectively poses a major challenge for healthcare professionals. This conference brings together leading pain specialists to share the latest evidence-based strategies for assessing and treating pain across the entire healthcare continuum.
CE THAT WORKS WITH YOUR SCHEDULE
ATTEND A CONFERENCE
Learn valuable information to use in your job. Network with colleagues, or get inspired by the latest in evidence-based practice delivered by national experts.
TAKE AN ON-DEMAND COURSE
Explore in-depth learning experiences across topics like geriatrics, medical-surgical nursing, school nursing, wound management, and so much more.
FIND PROGRAMS FOR YOUR SPECIALTY
We have annual programs supporting many nursing specialties such as School Nursing, Medical-Surgical, and Wound Care.
The University of Washington Continuing Nursing Education (UWCNE) is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.