Registed Nurses' Association of Ontario
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This is a free course. This course has been designed to:

  • Provide an engaging, practical, "hands-on" curriculum for nurses to develop confidence in the use of mobile technology.
  • Demonstrate the value and effectiveness of integrating mobile technology into nurses' daily routine, in various practice settings.
  • Demonstrate ways to use mobile technology to facilitate patient / client-centred learning.

This is a free course. When it comes to supporting clients with addictions, nurses in all practice settings can play a significant role and make a significant difference in their care. Use our e-Learning tool to broaden your understanding of the different factors that affect clients with addictions, so you can better support these clients.

This e-learn has been created as a means to assist nurses, other health-care professionals and organizations to access education that is appropriate to their role in promoting breastfeeding. As such, it aims to develop the knowledge, skills and attitude required to implement internationally recognized best practices in breastfeeding to create a baby-friendly environment.

This is a free course. This course will provide you with the knowledge and skills required in conducting an assessment for requiring vascular access, documentation and screening for complications.

This is a free course. The client’s perspective of his/her personal health and life experience is pivotal to informing exemplary nursing practice, and is one of the unique contributions nursing brings to the planning and delivery of optimal health care.

This is a free course. The purpose of this course is to provide an overview of the RNAO's best practice guidelines for the screening and care strategies for delirium, dementia and depression.

This free course is intended to support nurses and health care professionals to support clients experiencing a substance use disorder. It will broaden your understanding of the factors that affect clients experiencing substance use disorders.

This course will discuss foundational concepts and evidence based practices when working with Indigenous people who use substances, layout terminology, historical context related to Indigenous people and factors that impact rates of mental illness and substance use among this population, and introduce strengths based approaches, protective and cultural healing modalities when working alongside Indigenous peoples who use substances.

This course uses frameworks evidence to discuss youth and trends regarding substance abuse.

Nurses and other health care professionals have many opportunities to help people address their smoking habits. Learn enough to get you started right away on conducting brief interventions on smoking.