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Conversations in Palliative Care
Conversations in Palliative Care: Questions and Answers with the Experts, Fourth Edition, 2017
ISBN-13: 978-1-934654-53-8
ISBN-10: 1-9346-5453-1
Conversations in Palliative Care focuses on adults from the age of 18 and above with serious illness. Nurses constantly encounter complex palliative patient care situations wherever patients are located including the home, the office, the long term care facility and all areas of the acute care. In order to provide the best ... Details
Compendium of Nursing Care for Common Serious Illnesses
Compendium of Nursing Care for Common Serious Illnesses

ISBN-13: 978-1-934654-56-9
ISBN-10: 1-9346-5456-6
Author: Phyllis Whitehead, PhD, MSN, CNS, ACHPN, RN-BC & Constance Dahlin, MSN, ANP-BC, ACHPN, FPCN, FAA
Edition: 3rd edition
Written by leaders in the field, the Compendium of Nursing Care for Common Serious Illnesses is information on seven common topics: Neurocognitive Disorders, Neurological Disorders, Advanced Heart Failure, Kidney... Details
Core Curriculum for the Pediatric Hospice & Palliative Nurse
Core Curriculum for the Pediatric Hospice and Palliative Nurse, Second Edition, 2017
ISBN-13: 978-1-934654-54-5
ISBN-10: 1-9346-5454-X
The Core Curriculum is an essential tool for the Pediatric Hospice and Palliative RN as well as pediatric nurses in any setting where children are receiving care. The Pediatric Core Curriculum offers information in all aspects of pediatric palliative nursing practice. The focus is on children’s developmental level and how they... Details
CHPNA Certification Pin
Be recognized by your colleagues and patients as a Certified Hospice and Palliative Nursing Assistant (CHPNA) with the official Hospice and Palliative Credentialing Center (HPCC) CHPNA pin. This pin directly showcases your credential and continued support and dedication to your profession by being certified in the specialty. Be sure to order one today and display your credential with pride!

Pin Description:
Size: 1.5"
Base: 1.2mm thick solid... Details
ACHPN Certification Pin
Be recognized by your colleagues and patients as an Advanced Certified Hospice and Palliative Nurse (ACHPN) with the official Hospice and Palliative Credentialing Center (HPCC) ACHPN pin. This pin directly showcases your credential and continued support and dedication to your profession by being certified in the specialty. Be sure to order one today and display your credential with pride!

Pin Description:
Size: 1.5"
Base: 1.2mm thick solid metal
Type: ... Details
CHPLN Certification Pin
Be recognized by your colleagues and patients as a Certified Hospice and Palliative Licensed Nurse (CHPLN) with the official Hospice and Palliative Credentialing Center (HPCC) CHPLN pin. This pin directly showcases your credential and continued support and dedication to your profession by being certified in the specialty. Be sure to order one today and display your credential with pride!

Pin Description:
Size: 1.5"
Base: 1.2mm thick solid metal
Type:... Details
CHPCA Certification Pin
Be recognized by your colleagues and patients as a Certified Hospice and Palliative Care Administrator (CHPCA) with the official Hospice and Palliative Credentialing Center (HPCC) CHPCA pin. This pin directly showcases your credential and continued support and dedication to your profession by being certified in the specialty. Be sure to order one today and display your credential with pride!

Pin Description:
Size: 1.5"
Base: 1.2mm thick solid... Details
CHPPN Certification Pin
Be recognized by your colleagues and patients as a Certified Hospice and Palliative Pediatric Nurse (CHPPN) with the official Hospice and Palliative Credentialing Center (HPCC) CHPPN pin. This pin directly showcases your credential and continued support and dedication to your profession by being certified in the specialty. Be sure to order one today and display your credential with pride!

Pin Description:
Size: 1.5"
Base: 1.2mm thick solid metal
Type: ... Details
CPLC Certification Pin
Be recognized by your colleagues and patients as a Certified in Perinatal Loss Care (CPLC) with the official Hospice and Palliative Credentialing Center (HPCC) CPLC pin. This pin directly showcases your credential and continued support and dedication to your profession by being certified in the specialty. Be sure to order one today and display your credential with pride!

Pin Description:
Size: 1.5"
Base: 1.2mm thick solid metal
Type: die struck gold... Details
NA - Caring for the Patient with Congestive Heart Failure
Caring for the Patient with Congestive Heart Failure: The Role of the Nursing Assistant presented by Catherina Madani, RN, MSN, CHPN. In this presentation, Catherina discusses Congestive Heart Failure and aspects of it important to the role of the Nursing Assistant in the health care setting. She starts off explaining what heart failure is, different types of heart failure, and the function of the heart. Next, she discusses the progression of the disease and interventions and... Details
NA - Communicating with the Seriously Ill and Dying Patient
Communicating with the Seriously Ill and Dying Patient presented by Marilyn Graves, MSN, RN, CWOCN, CHPN. In this presentation, Marilyn discusses communication with both patients and their families. She goes over how to be prepared for communication and important things to consider before having a conversation. She gives tips on how communicate effectively, which will help to improve the communication between you and the patient. She also provides suggestions of things that you can... Details
NA - Dementia: Managing Symptoms and Coping with Behaviors
Dementia - Managing Symptoms & Coping with Behaviors presented by Nancy Joyner, RN, MS, APRN-CNS, ACHPN. This presentation goes over dementia and Alzheimer's disease and reviews aspects that nursing assistant should be aware of. Tips are provided for how to respond to common symptoms associated with dementia: aggression, agitation, anxiety, catastrophic reaction, confusion, delirium, depression, disinhibition, repetition, sleep disturbance, and refusal to eat. Learn what you should... Details
NA - Grief and Bereavement
Grief and Bereavement: The Role of the Nursing Assistant presented by Jocelyn D'Antonio, PhD, RN, CHPN, CT. This presentation starts with explaining the differences between grief, bereavement and mourning. Jocelyn explains what are manifestations of normal grief and what signs to watch for to indicate the patient or family members may have complicated grief. She also explains anticipatory grief and the disenfranchised griever. Additionally, tips are provided to help you to... Details
NA - When Chronic Lung Disease Becomes Terminal
When Chronic Lung Disease Becomes Terminal presented by Marlene Foreman, BSN, MN, ACNS-BC, ACHPN. This presentation reviews the respiratory system and common diseases involving the respiratory system that become terminal. She then reviews the common symptoms related to the respiratory system and provides tips on helping your patients manage these symptoms.


This is an online course and is available through the HPNA University. The FedEx shipping information you see on the ... Details

NA- What the Nursing Asst Needs to Know about Medications
What the Nursing Assistant Needs to Know about Medications, presented by Cassia Chevillon, RN, MSN, CCRN. Nursing assistants spend more time with the patient and family than any other member of the team, therefore it is important for them to be aware of some things in regard to medications that the patients they work with may be taking. In this presentation, you will learn about many things to watch for when working with a patient in regard to medications. Common side effects to some ... Details
NA - Professional Boundaries
Professional Boundaries for the Nursing Assistant presented by Marlene Foreman, BSN, MN, ACNS-BC, ACHPN. Knowing your professional boundaries is especially important for a Nursing Assistant working in Hospice and/or Palliative Care. In this field, you do often develop a relationship with those you care for, but the relationship needs to be maintained as a professional relationship. In this presentation, Marlene reviews what those boundaries consist of and provides tips on how to... Details
NA - Skin Care and the Prevention of Skin Breakdown
Skin Care and the Prevention of Skin Breakdown presented by Marlene Foreman ACNS-BC, ACHPN. Skin care is of great importance when caring for patients. Marlene discusses the aspects of skin and skin care that are important for the Nursing Assistant. She starts by discussing the skin and it's structure and function as a part of the human body. Then, she moves in to what changes a person's skin can have due to age or illness. Following that, she discusses the basics of skin care. Common ... Details
ACHPN Certification Interactive Review
This self-paced interactive ACHPN review course includes four modules with interactive case studies and knowledge checks. Interactions are designed to engage the learner and provide feedback that reinforces underlying content. As a participant, the learner is then invited to problem solve, which demands use of critical thinking skills moving beyond recall of knowledge to analysis, evaluation, and application. This conceptual learning experience enables students to develop a real... Details
ACHPN Certification Lecture Review
This online lecture review course is a self-paced voice-over slide presentation of the ACHPN® Review Course. This course includes six modules. Each module has its own objectives and slide presentation with accompanying audio. RNs can earn a maximum of 7.0 NCPD credit hours and 3.0 NP/CNS ANCC Category 1 designated Pharmacotherapeutic Credit Hours specific to national ANCC and AANP NP/CNS recertification which includes current clinical application of pharmacology across the life span... Details
Suicide Ambivalence Over Time Advanced Risk Analysis
This webinar presented by Dr. Mistler focuses on suicidal ambivalence as a core element in preventable suicide while contrasting elements of suicidality with medical aid in dying. Dr. Mistler incorporates the empirically based risk/protective factors of The Step Theory model for suicide death risk with advanced investigation of risk analysis over time.

Target Audience: Registered and advanced practice nurses, social workers, and other members of the interdisciplinary... Details
APN Led Teams
This activity invites Katherine DeMarco, DNP, MSHS, APN, FNP-BC, ACHPN, Clinical Supervisor, Pain & Palliative Medicine Institute, Hackensack Meridian Health Network and Erica Rotundo, MSN, ANP-BC, ACHPN , Nurse Practitioner, Palliative Medicine, Westchester Medical Center Health Network to share their leadership journeys, common themes, and lessons learned in leading APN teams in palliative practice. The successful pillars of APN leadership in palliative care will be discussed to... Details
POLARIS APRN 1: Moving into APRN Palliative Nursing Practice
This module provides an overview of professional practice for advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) as well as guidelines, principles, and processes related to the practice of hospice and palliative care. This module also includes easy-to-understand resources to support growth and leadership in your early-career role as an APRN practicing in hospice and palliative care. This course is available for 90 days after purchase. Once purchased, you must complete the course within the... Details
POLARIS APRN 2: Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging
This module reviews the importance of diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging in hospice and palliative care. It includes an exploration of social determinants of health and ways that you, as an advanced practice registered nurse, can advocate for equitable care for your patients and families. This course is available for 90 days after purchase. Once purchased, you must complete the course within the designated period. You will receive an email with a link to gain access to the... Details
POLARIS APRN 3: Communication in Palliative Care and Hospice
This communication module provides techniques you can use for patient and family meetings as well as discussions with patients, family members, and your referral base. It also offers multiple opportunities to engage in exercises which hone your skills to de-escalate emotionally charged situations, provide education on palliative care and hospice, and conduct family meetings.This course is available for 90 days after purchase. Once purchased, you must complete the course within the... Details
POLARIS Pain Mgmt 4.1: Assessment, Special Pop., and Eval
This module, which is appropriate for registered nurses, advanced practice providers, physicians, and pharmacists, covers the evaluation of pain and the use of appropriate validation tools to measure and document pain. This includes an emphasis on the holistic and functional assessment of pain. This course is available for 90 days after purchase. Once purchased, you must complete the course within the designated period. You will receive an email with a link to gain access to the... Details