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Present Job Aid Draft Redesign 1013

  1. 1. Path to Nursing CE Contact Hour Approval 5 The Association of periOperative Registered Nurses, Inc. is accredited as an approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation (ANCC). 3 5. CONTENT Must be directly related to the objective and 3. PURPOSE/GOAL written as a topic outline or list of the Note: STATEMENT material to be presented to support the One Contact Hour (CH) = 60 min. 1 2 See Instructions p. 10 ANCC doesn’t recognize CEUs; intended outcome and to justify allotted timeframe. Please don’t just restate your 1. PLANNING 2. PRESENTER/AUTHOR Hint: Keep it objective. See Instructions p. 13 COMMITTEE See Instructions p. 7 concise. Please don’t Must have at least two resate objectives. 4 members, one with BSN. CORRECT SAMPLE See Instructions p. 4 4. OBJECTIVES Hint: Presenter employed by Describe expected learner-oriented Objective Content Hint: Include ANCC industry may present certain, 1. Describe the a. Arthritis – restricted planning expertise outcomes in measurable terms (using unrelated topics only. symptoms a movement hip measurable verbs). Specify a single person who b. Pain not relieved by action or outcome per objective, requires a non-steriodal anti- CONFLICT OF INTEREST See Instructions pp. 11-12 total hip inflammatory All planners and presenters must declare whether or not they replacement medications have a conflict of interest. A “conflict of interest” exists when an may exhibit. c. Pain not relieved by Hint: Examples of physical therapy individual with a financial relationship to a commercial interest commonly used measurable INCORRECT SAMPLE d. Impact on ADL can influence nursing CE content. A presenter with a conflict of behavioral verbs include: 2. Discuss the interest must specify what that conflict is and how it was classify, compare, contrast, Objective Content possible a. Nerve damage resolved. A verbal announcement must be made at the demonstrate, describe, 1. Describing The major complications b. Infection beginning of the event or a written notification distributed to develop, differentiate, discuss, explain, identify, the symptoms symptoms following total c. Failure of prosthetic each participant prior to the beginning of the program. See list, and name. and risk for a for a hip device Instructions p. 8. candidate for a candidate for replacement. total hip total hip replacement. replacement
  2. 2. WHAT DESIGNATES A COMMERCIAL INTEREST? A Commercial Interest : Note: Continuing Education: Augment 1. Produces, markets, sells or distributes health care goods knowledge, skills, and attitudes, enriching or services consumed by or used on patients; nurses’ contributions to quality health care. 2. Is owned or operated, in whole or in part, by any entity that produces, markets, sells or distributes health care 6 goods or services consumed by or used on patients. 3. Is not a non-profit 503(c) organization, government, or a 6. TEACHING STRATEGIES non-healthcare entity Lecture, discussion, Hint: Industry contributions PowerPoint slides, question & used to pay all or part of the answer, demonstration, etc. costs of CE activity. See Instructions p. 16 7 NOTE: Activity topics which do 7. COMMERCIAL SUPPORT COMMERCIAL SUPPORT not support the definition of Keep education separate from continuing nursing education If you are receiving commercial support, you must submit a promotional activities and are not permitted, including Written Agreement for Commercial Support (see disclose all commercial support programs on financial planning application). of educational activities. See and retirement, as identified by Instructions p. 10 ANCC.
  3. 3. 8 8. MARKETING MATERIAL REVIEW STATUS CATEGORIES Hint: All of your programs ANCC accreditation Approved: Program approved are stored in the Approved pending changes: Most applications are My Applications area at statement must be on all sent back for changes that meet ANCC criteria. Please / promotional material C/index make changes and resubmit for final approval. BEFORE approval can be Denied: Program denied approval granted. See Instructions p. 18 11. PROGRAM APPROVAL All programs are 13 Hint: ANCC considers its 10. PROGRAM REVIEW approved for two (2) years accreditation statement The Continuing Education from approval date. 13. POST ACTIVITY its BRAND statement. Records for each approved Approval Committee Submit Post reports (CEAC) members review educational activity will be online 30 days after ANCC STATEMENT kept for six (6) years This activity has been submitted to the applications according to presentation or specific ANCC criteria; online. monthly for repeated Association of periOperative Registered Nurses, Inc. for approval to award contact hours. The 9. SUBMIT YOUR • Review time – programs. Association of periOperative Registered Nurses, 3-4 weeks. 11 12 APPLICATION Inc. is accredited as an approver of continuing Credit card payment • Rush reviews –less nursing education by the American Nurses than 3 weeks 12. PRINT CERTIFICATE OF ATTENDANCE required. See Fee Credentialing Center’s Commission on AND EVALUATION FORMS Schedule. Accreditation. Once your application has been approved, you may print out the Certificates of Attendance and Evaluation forms. Activities that are approved by AORN are 9 10 Access your application by clicking on “Submit your recognized as continuing education for application” button as you did before. Click on registered nurses. This recognition does not NOTE: Review Notification sent via email. Be sure to “Eval/COA Forms” button. imply that AORN or the ANCC Commission on include your correct email address in your Accreditation approves or endorses any product application Hint: All of your programs included in the presentation. are stored in the My Applications area at / C/index Copyright AORN, Inc. 2009