Sedation Certification Online Course for CRNAs and RNs - Get Certified and Receive Continued Education Credits

Sedation Certification’s mission is to certify that non-anesthesia sedation providers meet the standards for patient safety set by The Joint Commission and other healthcare accrediting organizations and to ensure that nurses are trained in the legal, ethical and controversial issues of moderate sedation so that they do not put their license in jeopardy.

CSRN is not recognized by ANA/ANCC as a National Certification.

The Only Competency Based, Self-Paced, Personalized, Gated, Sedation Certification Online Course

Sedation Certification is the benchmark for safe and effective sedation standardization and meets all criteria for TJC (The Joint Commission), DNV and AAAHC accrediting organizations.

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RNs earn your Certified Sedation Registered Nurse (CSRN) credential Online plus 10 Contact Hours

*Certification is valid for 2 years from completion date*

 

MyCEcredit is approved as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by The Alabama State Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

Approved for 10 Contact Hours; Code # 5-133.

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Certification is also available to MDs, DDs, DOs and PAs (CE Credits not available)

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The purpose of Sedation Certification is to promote safe and effective sedation through education and communication to review and identify the foundation and general approaches for non-anesthesia providers to administer safe and effective moderate sedation, conscious sedation and procedural sedation in the following areas: endoscopy, emergency department, operating room, radiology, post anesthesia care unit, ophthalmology, plastic surgery, dental, surgery centers and office surgeries that offer conscious, intravenous (IV), moderate and/or procedural sedation.

This moderate Sedation Certification training course defines recommended practices for IV sedation, moderate (conscious) sedation, or procedural sedation developed for non-anesthesia registered nurses, physician assistants, physicians, dentists and podiatrists.  This course addresses patient assessment, patient safety and continuum of care issues that include the ability to identify and rescue patients who may progress to an unintended deep sedation or general anesthesia. Many positions on political, legal, and ethical dilemmas concerning non-anesthesia registered nurses administering sedation are still debated and will be discussed. To learn about your State Board of Nursing’s policy on sedation, visit our convenient State Policies page that is updated quarterly. If you have any questions about your state’s policy, contact your BON.

You will learn about the nursing care of patients receiving sedation or analgesic medications while undergoing invasive diagnostic or therapeutic procedures, including medication administration, patient monitoring, discharge instructions, family and patient teaching, and patient safety concerns, which are all critical elements of nursing care for patients undergoing sedation.

This class methodically addresses the accreditation requirements set by TJC (The Joint Commission), AAAHC and NIAHO standards for sedation, and identifies critical elements of the patient’s preoperative assessment.  It covers monitoring, airway, medications, IV, and how to deal with complications along with age specific considerations.

CE Approvals

Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing. Provider # CEP 15997 for 10 Contact Hours.

MyCEcredit is approved as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by The Alabama State Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. Approved for 10 Contact Hours; Code # 5-133.

One (1) CNE credit awarded for each 60-minute contact hour. 

This Sedation Certification Continuing Education training is approved for physician category II CMEs.

The American Board of Certification for Gastroenterology Nurses (ABCGN) has designated Sedation Certification and Clinical Competency as GI-Specific for 6.75 contact hours.

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