New Moms
Need You More Than Ever

Help reduce maternal mortality. Get educated on risks to pregnant women to avoid tragic consequences.

The U.S. maternal mortality rate is raising alarms and making headlines. About 700 women in the country die from pregnancy-related complications each year and 3 in 5 of those deaths were preventable, according to the CDC. And while the maternal mortality rate in this country continue to rise, other countries across the globe have experienced decreases in their respective rates. The problem has perplexed the public and shed an unflattering light on America's care of pregnant women, the cesarean section rate and how pregnancy complications are addressed.

At Nurse.com, we take this matter to heart and hope to help derail this dangerous trend through education. We provide nurses with continuing education courses specifically geared toward caring for pregnant women pre-, during and post-birth. Better equip yourself to recognize warning signs and be proactive in ensuring a healthy delivery for mom and baby with these CE courses.

Courses that make the difference

Bleeding In
Early
Pregnancy

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Vaginal bleeding is a common cause of presentation to the ED in the first trimester of pregnancy. Learn the major causes, critical signs and appropriate triage.

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Evidence-Based
Care of the Post
C-Section Patient

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Cesarean section rates have risen more than 60% since 2009. Learn how to care for patients who are preparing for or have undergone a C-section, assess for signs of infection or other complications and holistically support patients physically and emotionally.

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Hypertensive
Disorders of
Pregnancy

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Hypertensive disorders are the most common medical complication affecting pregnancy and the second leading cause of maternal deaths in the U.S. Build your knowledge of hypertension in pregnancy and its management and impact on mothers and infants.

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Guarding
the Safety of
VBAC Patients

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Learn how to keep patients safe as they undergo a trial of labor after cesarean (TOLAC) to attempt a vaginal birth after cesarean delivery (VBAC).

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Opioid Use
Disorder and
Pregnancy

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Perinatal opioid use is a serious public health challenge in the U.S. associated with morbidity and mortality for both mothers and their infants. Learn about screening approaches, treatment programs and resources for opioid use during pregnancy.

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Uncovering
Gestational
Diabetes

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Gestational diabetes mellitus is on the rise in the U.S. Learn how pregnancy alters glucose metabolism, what risk assessment is required and what test results indicate when a pregnant woman has crossed into GDM.

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Perinatal
Infections

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Healthcare professionals have made significant progress in perinatal safety. But infections remain a threat to the fetus. Get an overview of each infectious process and recommended screening and treatment protocols.

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