ENPC, Emergency Nursing Pediatric Course offered in Central Valley California by ENA

The ENPC Course is a Emergency Nursing Pediatrics Course for Registered Nurses, this class is an advanced course and our classes fill up in advance. A 4-year ENA Card is provided along with 15.0 CE Units at time of completion. The ENPC Course is conducted periodically throughout the year,we urge clients to sign up in advance as our training center at First Lady Permanente, LLC has limited space. Two day class typically starts at 8:00am in the morning and ends at 5:30pm, both days.

ENPC Course Highlights:

a.) Completing an observational or across-the-room assessment
b.) Identifying subtle changes that indicate deterioration
c.) Developmental approach to pediatric care
d.) Cultural considerations in pediatric care
e.) Pain assessment and management for children
f.) Techniques for family-centered care

Course Content
1.) Introduction: Preparing for Pediatric Patients
2.) Epidemiology
3.) From the Start
4.) Prioritization: Focused Assessment, Triage, and Decision Making
5.) Initial Assessment
6.) Pain
7.) Common Procedures and Sedation
8.) Medication Administration
9.) Vascular Access
10.) Respiratory Emergencies
11.) Childhood Illness
12.) The Neonate
13.) The Adolescent
14.) Shock
15.) Rhythm Disturbances
16.) Trauma Toxicological Emergencies
17.) Behavioral Emergencies
18.) Environmental Emergencies
19.) Child Maltreatment
20.) Crisis Disaster
21.) Stabilization and Transport

Prerequisites & Preparation
Only registered nurses will be awarded verification cards. LVN’s and paramedics may attend the course for C.E’s.
Participants must complete the pre-course modules through ENA. License keys will be e-mailed to participants upon registration.

ENPC, Emergency Nursing Pediatric Course offered in Central Valley California by ENA

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