Seton Family of Hospitals offers continuing education activities designed to meet the needs of clinicians in all specialties of healthcare. Seton encourages clinicians to engage in lifelong learning by participating in high quality continuing education.
Acute Care specialty continuing education offerings are designed to enable nurses to provide high quality care for complex medical and surgical patients. Acute care offerings include a wide range of topics related to cardiovascular care, infectious disease, oncology, orthopedic care, hematology, diabetes, skin and wound care, hematology, gastroenterology, and hepatic/renal care.
Ambulatory offerings address the education needs of Seton nurses in a wide variety of outpatient settings.
Behavioral health education offerings prepare clinicians care for adult, adolescent and pediatric patients with behavioral and chemical dependency issues.
Critical Care offerings provide evidence based information to enhance the care of complex, critically ill patients.
Emergency offerings prepare clinicians to manage patients presenting with emergent, traumatic and life-threatening conditions.
Leadership offerings prepare clinical leaders to effectively address the challenges of today’s health care environment. These offerings address leadership and management skills, quality and performance improvement, legal and practice issues, and professional issues and roles.
Network offerings address the needs of clinicians across many specialties of healthcare. Whether your specialty is pediatrics or surgery, you will find an educational event to suit your needs.
Pediatric education activities are designed for pediatric clinicians and address any topic related to the care of young patients.
Perinatal continuing education offerings prepare clinicians to care for antepartum, intrapartum, postpartum, normal newborn and neonatal intensive care patients.
Advanced Trauma Life Support Course is a program developed by the American College of Surgeions Committee on Trauma.
Surgery offerings prepare clinicians to care for the perioperative patient in the surgery, perianesthesia, and endoscopy settings.