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21 CE: Patient Safety & History of Pandemics - On Sale

Course info:

Purchase two courses providing 21 category A credits  at a discount

See course descriptions for no. of credits & other details

 

Price:

Test & free eBook: $45.9 (on sale)

 

Related course bundle:-

25CE Patient Safety + Chest Imaging

 

 

This course expires on 08/01/2024 11:59pm CST. You must pass the test before 08/01/2024 11:59pm CST to receive credit. See Example:-

My CE period is 01/01/24 to 12/31/25 but course expires on 08/01/24. Can I purchase the course?

Yes. You can purchase the course. Please pass the course before course expiration date. Course expiration date is a use by date and It can be earlier than CE due date.

21 CE: Patient Safety & History of Pandemics - On Sale

$78.00 Regular Price
$45.90Sale Price
  • Registry list*:

    • ARDMS® – Accepted
    • Accepted for the ARRT® certification & registration
    • CCI® -Accepted (certificate level 16 CEU, registry level 6 CEU)

    State list for radiology*:

    • AR,FL,CA,OR,KY(LXMO),PA,WV – not Accepted
    • MA – 12 CEU healthcare practice
    • Texas – 12 CE Accepted/indirectly related
    • Other States – Accepted

    - Money back guarantee on course acceptance

    - Generous test refund policy

    * See FAQ#2 for acceptance details&caveat

  • Patient Safety in Healthcare:

    10.5  cat. A credits.

    This takece.com patient safety course covers patient safety relevant to health care. It also explains the importance and tools for effective patient communication, infection prevention & control. Furthermore the course also covers human factors, accountability, being an effective team player and learning from errors to prevent harm. For further information, click on course title.

     

    History of Pandemics: Learning from the Past:

    10.5  cat. A credits.

    This takece.com continuing education course reviews the pandemic history of 1918 Spanish Influenza, 2009 H1N1 pandemic (Swine Flu), Ebola, H5N1 Hong Kong outbreak, Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS), and SARS. It provides strategies and framework for global coordination, public education, improving healthcare capabilities, vaccination development and other priority issues. It provides a road map to deal with future outbreaks. For further information, click on course title.

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