UW Continuing Nursing Education

University of Washington Continuing Nursing Education provides nursing education, conferences, annual updates, self study classes, online education and nursing grand rounds to nurses and other health care professionals. We are a nationally-recognized accredited provider of contact hour credit in continuing nursing education. For free CE, see Grand Rounds and Self Study.

UWCNE Monthly Calendar.Continuing Nursing Education Calendar  (Click here for PDF Version)

Conferences and Programs at UW Continuing Nursing Education
1/8/2015 to
Medical-Surgical Review & Update - ONSITE - Winter 2015
Enhancing Medical-Surgical Nursing Practice

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1/21/2015 to
The Challenge of Pain 2015
6th Annual Pain Conference for Healthcare Professionals

Lynnwood Convention Center - Map It
2/4/2015Midwifery Update 2015

Shoreline Conference Center - Map It
2/4/2015 to
Wound Management Education Program - Winter/Spring 2015
A Hybrid Certificate Course for Registered Nurses

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2/12/2015 to
Cardiovascular Care Update 2015

Shoreline Conference Center - Map It
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Comments from people who have attended our conferences—
Wound Care Update 2014
Thursday, November 20, 2014 - Friday, November 21, 2014
Registrants: 162 · Rating: 4.8 out of 5
  • “Excellent conference. Well-paced, interesting speakers, good food, frequent breaks help keep the mind alert.”
  • “My first conference, I can't imagine better!”
  • “Very well planned. Met not only advanced practice wound care nurse needs but also novice.”
Immediate Response
Thursday, November 13, 2014
Registrants: 151 · Rating: 4.4 out of 5
  • “I liked knowledge, enthusiasm and love of teaching apparent with all presenters.”
  • “Great speakers and food, relevant topics and frequent breaks.”
  • “The atmosphere, coordination and organization was excellent.”
Wound Management Fundamentals Course
Fall 2014

Sunday, October 26, 2014 - Friday, December 05, 2014
Registrants: 88 · Rating: 4.5 out of 5
  • “Awesome and excellent instructors.”
  • “I learned much more than I was expecting to.”
  • “I appreciated the different learning modalities: audio, visual, independent and group learning.”

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CE Makes a Difference!

Let us know how a UWCNE continuing education offering has improved your practice. We'd love to hear from you!

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New Pain Rules Require CE

Graphic from The Challenge of Pain conference brochure. Curious about the new continuing education rules for pain?

  • Unsure if you are exempt from seeking a mandatory pain consultation?
  • Need clarification regarding "shall" versus "should"?

The Washington State legislature recently passed new rules designed to keep patients safe and to provide best practices in pain management for practitioners who prescribe opioids. A key component of the rules is to encourage practitioners to become better educated in the safe and effective use of these drugs. Find out about the new rules and continuing education requirements by watching our video series The Challenge of Pain - 2012.

Photo of Dr. Susan Woods, UW School of Nursing Continuing Competency for Nurses

Learn about the purpose of continuing competency requirements and how to maintain an active registered nursing license in Washington State.

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Nursing CE News and Announcements
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