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IV Therapy Training Services

Explore our range of IV training courses tailored for nursing professionals. Elevate your skills and knowledge with our specialized programs designed to meet your unique needs and advance your career in healthcare.

Our IV Therapy Training
2 Part Programs

These IV training programs include Online Training Modules plus In-Person, Hands-on Skills Training.

Our IV Therapy Training
Online Programs

These IV training programs include Online Training Modules only.

COMPREHENSIVE IV THERAPY FOR NURSES

  • 6 CEs for nursing

  • Includes Peripheral and Central Venous Access

  • Infusion Essentials

  • Learn about infusion equipment

  • Learn to recognize complications

  • Prevent complications

  • RN and LPN/LVN IV Training

COMPREHENSIVE IV THERAPY FOR NURSES, PA

  • 6 CEs

  • Includes Peripheral and Central Venous Access

  • RN and LPN/LVN IV Training

  • Includes Pennsylvania SBON scope of practice reminders for the LPN

  • Includes all the same items as the Comprehensive IV Therapy training, with the added State of PA Scope of Practice reviews

IV THERAPY FUNDAMENTALS

  • 3 CEs for the online course

  • Peripheral IV therapy, including Peripheral IV insertion

  • Fundamental infusion therapy review

  • This program does not cover Central Venous Access

PHLEBOTOMY SKILLS

  • 2 CEs for online course

  • Basic phlebotomy skills needed by nurses or other healthcare professionals

  • Learn the basic need to know skills to safely obtain blood specimens via venipuncture and decrease rejected specimens

  • This is not a National Phlebotomy Certification course

  • FREE Download - "Blood Collection Tube Guide"

FLUID MANAGEMENT IN NURSING: UNDERSTANDING BALANCE, IMBALANCES, AND FLUID THERAPIES

  • 1.5 CEs for nursing

  • Basic fluid balance skills needed by nurses or other healthcare professionals

  • Learn about assessing your patient's fluid status

  • Learn about Isotonic, Hypotonic, and Hypertonic IV solution

PARENTERAL NUTRITION. AN OVERVIEW FOR NURSE.

  • 2.0 CEs for nursing

  • Overview of Parenteral Nutrition for Nurses and other healthcare professionals

  • Indications, components, complications, administration

Nursing Continuing Education Statement

  • Check your state's requirements. Most states accept CEs from other SBONs or may be stated as a "Board of Nursing of another U.S. jurisdiction or territory and which is a member of the National Council of State Boards of Nursing."  

  • The PA SBON's Board-approved providers of CE statement is "Activities approved by a Board in another jurisdiction,"  therefore, these CEs would be acceptable for PA nurses.

  • Note that Maryland, New Jersey, and Hawaii may not accept CEs from the FL State Board of Nursing

What are the benefits of completing IV Therapy training for you as a nurse?

Expanded Scope of Practice: Nurses with advanced IV therapy training may be qualified to handle more complex cases, such as administering specialized medications, managing central venous access devices, and providing care for critically ill patients.

Increased Confidence and Job Satisfaction: Nurses who receive comprehensive IV therapy training will have increased confidence in their skills, leading to greater job satisfaction and motivation to provide high-quality care.

Professional Advancement: IV therapy training can open doors for career advancement opportunities, including roles in IV team leadership, education, or specialized nursing units.

Home Infusion Settings: Nurses with IV therapy skills can be crucial in the rapidly growing home infusion specialty.

Global Healthcare Support: Nurses equipped with IV therapy skills can support healthcare efforts globally, especially in areas with limited access to medical specialists, by ensuring safe and effective IV care.

What are the facility benefits of nurses completing IV Therapy training?

Enhanced Patient Safety: Well-trained nurses in IV therapy will contribute to increased patient safety through reduced risk of complications, medication errors, and infections associated with IV procedures.

Expanded Scope of Practice: Nurses with advanced IV therapy training may be qualified to handle more complex cases, such as administering specialized medications, managing central venous access devices, and providing care for critically ill patients.

Improved Patient Outcomes: Competent nurses in IV therapy can lead to improved patient outcomes, quicker recovery times, and reduced hospital stays for patients receiving IV treatments.

Resource Optimization: With nurses trained in IV therapy, healthcare facilities can optimize resources by reducing the need for specialized IV teams and external consultants.

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