1. Describe the assessment of a pediatric patient with burn injury
2. Describe the main concepts in the pathophysiology of burns
3. Identify the nursing interventions for the pediatric patient with burns
4. Examine the impact of fluid resuscitation on the pediatric burn patient
Return scenarios and article questions to educator for review and feedback.
Complete Post-test and return answer sheet to unit educator by August 31.
Passing is a minimum of 85%; with remediation to 100%.
Once you have completed your module components: Pre-test, Scenarios, viewed skin graft lecture, articles with questions and Post-test; your educator will provide you the link for the program evaluation and printing your CNE certificate.
During July and August members if the T&B team will make rounds to answer any questions.
Upon successful completion of this module and skill demonstration:
You will receive 4.49 CNE’s. Children's National Medical Center is accredited as a provider of continuing education in nursing by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
The objectives and curriculum design for this program are consistent with ANCC standards and satisfy the continuing education standards required to award contact hours to RN participants.