Other APRN Education
OAAPN is not affiliated with any of these programs. For more information, please contact each organization directly by clicking on links below.
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ)
Offers free CME/CE modules for clinicians
Nurse Practitioner Associates for Continuing Education (NPACE)
NPACE provides practical, evidence-based continuing education conferences and professional enrichment for NPs and APRNs with a focus on primary care and pharmacology. In addition to our well-known conferences, we offer online classes and monographs. NPACE is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 1980.
Nurse Practitioner Associates for Continuing Education (NPACE) is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
Behavioral Health and Underserved Populations (BHUP)
FREE CME OPPORTUNITY – Participants can locate the 7 internet enduring activities at https://cchmc.cloud-cme.com -> Online Courses -> Advanced Search -> Behavioral Health and Underserved Populations
BHUP was developed with funding by Ohio Medicaid to improve the skills of nurse practitioners and other providers in caring for underserved patients and families. The modules, which include didactic videos and electronic resource tool kits, focus on social determinants of health as well as behavioral and developmental concerns. BHUP’s emphasis is on providing busy clinicians with clinical pearls and tools that can be applied immediately in day to day practice.
Topics available in BHUP’s phase 1 include:
- Surviving Poverty in Ohio: Understanding Families’ Rights and Benefits (.50 CMEs)
- Food Insecurity: What Health Care Providers Can Do (.75 CMEs)
- Intimate Partner Violence: Screening in the Healthcare Setting (.50 CMEs)
- Supporting Positive Parenting Practices in Your Office Visit (.75 CMEs)
- Identifying and Addressing Developmental and Social-Emotional Delays (1.0 CMEs)
- ADHD 2.0: Comorbid and Mimicking Conditions (.75 CMEs)
- Disruptive Behaviors and Aggression: Diagnostic Approaches (.75 CMEs)
Supported in part by the Ohio Medicaid Technical Assistance and Policy Program (MedTAPP) Healthcare Access Initiative at the University of Cincinnati and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center