CPEN Review Webinar
Certified Pediatric Emergency Nurse (CPEN) Review
This 2-day live webinar is designed for nurses preparing for the Certified Pediatric Emergency Nurse (CPEN) examination, and for any nurse interested in reviewing the concepts and standards of care necessary for pediatric emergency nursing practice. The course will review the major areas of test focus, while the provided syllabus will coverall test content, as established by the BCEN.
Upon completion of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Recognize physiological presentations and clinical signs indicative of specific pediatric emergency diagnoses.
• Describe appropriate nursing interventions and medical treatment modalities for specific pediatric emergency conditions
• List appropriate pharmacological treatment modalities for specific pediatric emergency conditions
Cheryl Randolph has been practicing critical care nursing for the past 32-years in ED, PICU, ICU & PACU, attaining national certifications in emergency nursing, pediatric emergency nursing, critical care, and as a family nurse practitioner. In addition, she is a Fellow of the Academy of Emergency Nursing: a select group of ED nurses who have made lasting and significant contributions to ED Nursing. She has taught nursing at both the associate and baccalaureate degree levels, and is now acting as the owner of Paragon Education, committed to providing superior nursing continuing education.
Cheryl is a nationally-recognized seminar speaker who is dedicated to empowering critical care and emergency nurses in their practice. Her reputation is well deserved for her ability to make nursing education applicable and practical, as well as engaging and entertaining. Her interactive seminars offer diverse educational activities that aim to increase knowledge, expand understanding, refine skills, enhance practice performance and improve the health status of patients.
Cheryl is an innovative educator with the wonderful ability to make complex concepts understandable and clinically applicable. In her seminars, you’ll find current, and clinically-relevant information that is presented with individual flair. And you’ll laugh, a lot.