EMERGENCY NURSE PEDIATRIC COURSE (ENPC) 5th Edition - 2021
Wed Sep 15 2021 at 08:00 am to Thu Sep 16 2021 at 08:00 am
Texas Children's Hospital - Feigin Tower | Houston, TX
About this Event
PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS IS A 2-DAY EVENT (SEPTEMBER 15-16, 2021). EACH DAY WILL START AT 8:00 AM AND COULD END AS LATE AS 5:00PM.
REGISTRATION WITHIN 30 DAYS OF CLASS IS CONSIDERED LATE. BY DOING SO, YOU ARE ACCEPTING RESPONSIBILTY FOR OBTAINING MATERIAL, STUDYING AND COMING TO CLASS PREPARED.
Refunds accepted up to 14 days prior to the first day of class, less $60 for the book and a $50 service charge. Registration transfers within 48 hours of class are subject to $100 fee.
Due to COVID-19 Restrictions Breakfast & Lunch will NOT be included. There are cafeterias on-site if you would like to purchase food.
Parking is free for Texas Children's Employees who would like to catch the shuttle from Parking Garage 19. Please account for shuttle time when planning your arrival.
All other will be subject to Medical Center parking Fees. Our closest garage is Garage 2 (on the corner of Bates Ave and Richard JV Johnson Street).
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, please advise Katherine Gautreaux if you have any disability that requires special materials and/or services so that appropriate personnel can be advised.
Accurate assessment of a child with acute illness or injury requires special knowledge and skills. This course, taught by qualified emergency nurses, is designed to provide the core-level pediatric knowledge and psychomotor skills needed to properly assess and implement evidence-based interventions to improve outcomes for this high-risk patient population.Here’s a glimpse into what you’ll learn:
- The latest pediatric emergency nursing practice recommendations
- Systematic assessment and application of care
- Education that can applied to every pediatric patient you treat
- The newly released 5th Edition includes added content on dermatologic and environmental emergencies, human trafficking, food allergies and more
A variety of learning methodologies are included to cater to every learning style, including:
- Online modules
- Live Simulation
- Patient experience videos
- Interactive lecture
- Electronic testing
Textbook: The newly released 5th Edition provides fundamental pediatric emergency nursing content with expanded information including dermatologic and environmental emergencies, human trafficking, food allergies and more. A valuable resource for future reference!
Online modules: Online modules with links to additional information are provided prior to the course date to let you learn at your own pace, apply what you learn and receive immediate feedback, and refer back to information at any time. The modules are a complete case study process — taking you through an entire sequence of care.
Patient experience videos: Learn from pediatric patients and their caregivers about real-life scenarios
Instructor-led classroom discussions and skills stations: ENPC is one and a half days of interactive, in person classroom learning that includes hands-on skill stations, games and other interactive exercises
Electronic testing: NEW! Electronic, open-book testing allows you to test in an environment that makes you most comfortable. No more test anxiety!
Why is ENA's ENPC the right course for you?
- Evidence-based content developed by pediatric nursing experts
- Curriculum designed specifically for nurses
- The education you learn can be applied to every pediatric patient you treat
- Course education is updated regularly as trauma care evolves
- 4-year, internationally recognized verification as an ENPC provider is earned upon successful completion
- Increase your confidence in emergency pediatric patient care
- ENPC courses available year-round at locations conveniently located near you
- Earn 18.33 contact hours of CNE
PrerequisitesParticipants must be an RN and possess a current unrestricted nursing license to receive verification
LPNs and paramedics are eligible to attend all portions of the course except for the written and psychomotor evaluations. For this reason, they do not receive verification, but are awarded contact hours
Where is it happening?Texas Children's Hospital - Feigin Tower, 1102 Bates Avenue, Houston, United States