The State of the Science on SARS-CoV-2 and Covid-19

When the Covid-19 pandemic began in early 2020, little was known about the novel coronavirus. During the course of the pandemic, scientific knowledge about the coronavirus has expanded. This CE class will review the state of the science regarding SARS-CoV-2 and infection control measures. We will focus on the scientific findings important for nurses and their advocacy for safe working conditions and safe patient care.

Objectives: After this class, participants should be able to:

  • Describe major advances in scientific knowledge regarding SARS-CoV-2 and Covid-19 and related infection control measures.
  • Discuss the implications of these scientific updates for nurses and their advocacy for safe working conditions and safe patient care.

Instructors: Rocelyn de Leon-Minch, Rochelle Pardue-Okimoto, and/or Jane Thomason

Length of class: 2 hours for 2 CE credits


CE courses are free to National Nurses United members. Classes are only offered to direct-care and staff RNs.

Locations

Online
October 19, 2021
10am-12pm PT/1pm-3pm ET
Online
October 21, 2021
10am-12pm PT/1pm-3pm ET
Online
November 15, 2021
10am-12pm PT/1pm-3pm ET
Online
November 17, 2021
10am-12pm PT/1pm-3pm ET
Online
November 18, 2021
12pm-2pm PT/3pm-5pm ET
Online
December 2, 2021
12pm-2pm PT/3pm-5pm ET
Online
December 9, 2021
1pm-3pm PT/4pm-6pm ET
Online
December 10, 2021
10am-12pm PT/1pm-3pm ET
Online
January 11, 2022
10am-12pm PT/1pm-3pm ET
Online
January 13, 2022
10am-12pm PT/1pm-3pm ET
Online
January 19, 2022
10am-12pm PT/1pm-3pm ET
Online
January 21, 2022
10am-12pm PT/1pm-3pm ET