Programs & Resources
We understand the importance of having access to the right programs and resources to support your valuable work. We have provided a comprehensive list of information and links to cater to the unique needs of this sector, including a variety of academic and career resources. You can enhance your center’s ability to provide necessary assistance to the frail and aging, making a positive impact on their lives.
The CDC’s Infection Prevention Training course is free and designed for individuals responsible for infection prevention and
control (IPC) programs in nursing homes. However, we recommend it for those individuals responsible for infection prevention and
control in all long term care settings. The course was produced by CDC in collaboration with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid
Services (CMS). This course covers:
• Core activities of effective IPC programs
• Recommended IPC practices to reduce:
- Pathogen transmission
- Healthcare-associated infections
- Antibiotic resistance
The on-line course is made up of 23 modules and sub-modules that can be completed in any order and over multiple sessions. It is
eligible for the following continuing education credits: CME, CNE or CEUs. To earn continuing education, register for the course
• All the modules
• Post-course evaluation
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The National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) was created by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) and is taken by more than 250,000 nursing candidates every year. Two versions of the test exist, the most popular being the NCLEX-RN for aspiring registered nurses. Prospective licensed practical nurses, also known as licensed vocational nurses in California and Texas, take the NCLEX-PN. Because successful passage is required to practice nursing, it’s not to be taken lightly. The following comprehensive guide helps nursing candidates be better prepared for the NCLEX while also highlighting recent changes to the format and testing procedures.
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Students beginning a nursing career need to know where to go for important information. For resources, information about education, a list of places to find an internship or new job and a host of other tools, please click here
Certified nursing assistants are in high demand, which is why it’s important that students interested in pursuing a CNA education have access to financial aid, scholarships and other programs devoted to helping those who want to enter the field pay for school.
We currently offer the CareCareers program which provides nurse aide training tuition reimbursement to providers and assistance with placement. If you are interested in becoming a nurse aide, complete this application (leave the facility question blank) and we will contact you about current vacancies.
The guide below is designed to help students interested in this fast-growing field by providing information on tuition assistance, financial aid, scholarships and more.
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