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Nurse Practitioners of Central Pennsylvania

Villanova Nursing CE Specifically for Advanced Practice Nurses!

Posted 10 months ago by Lori Norris

Attention advanced practice nurses.....  workshops designed with you in mind    

March 17, 2017 - Suture Workshop for Nurse Practitioners  
This hands-on workshop is designed for advanced practice nurses.  It provides a unique opportunity to obtain wound assessment and management skills useful in everyday practice.  You will learn techniques such as wound anesthesia, suture selection and digital blocks.

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March 18, 2017 - Minor Procedures Workshop for Nurse Practitioners  
This workshop is specifically designed for advanced practice nurses.  It provides an unusual, hands-on opportunity to learn the skills needed to manage frequently encountered primary care (and Urgent Care / Fast Track) problems such as: digital block, abscess I & D, handling ingrown toenails including nail removal, paronychia management, subungual hematoma release and arthrocentesis.

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We are please to offer COMBINED Suture and Minor Procedures for a reduced rate of $500 for both workshops! Be sure to select COMBINED Suture Minor Procedures on the registration page!

A hotel block has been reserved at The Radnor Hotel for Thursday, March 16 and Friday, March 17, 2017 at the Villanova preferred rate of $135 plus tax per night for single or double occupancy.  This special rate is not available on line and will be held until February 17, 2017.  Reservations should be made directly with The Radnor Hotel by phone (1800)537-3000 or fax (610)341-3299, prior to February 16 to receive this special rate.  Please reference Villanova University College of Nursing


April 18, 2017 - Cutaneous Neoplasms: Assessment and Treatment Workshop for Nurse Practitioners  
This program is designed for novice to advanced level NPs practicing in a primary care or a geriatric setting. An overview of risk factors associated with skin cancer will be presented along with tips and techniques for performing a skin assessments. Common benign neoplasms found during routine skin assessment will be discussed, along with identification criteria and possible removal options if applicable.

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If you have already benefited from one of our workshops, please forward this message to your colleague and share you experience. 

We look forward to seeing you and your fellow NPs.

Evelyn Lengetti, MSN, RN-BC

For a complete listing visit villanova.edu/nursing/ce.html