NAPNES Long Term Care* The NAPNES Allied Health Professional (AHP)
Long-Term Care (LTC) Certification
Is a comprehensive program covering the entire lifespan of individuals considered elderly and/or chronically ill. The program is a new certification for NAPNES and includes unlicensed assistive personnel (UAP) for the AHP LTC. Medical math is an integral component of this certification program.
NAPNES Approved for 35 CE Hours
Who is NAPNES?
The NAPNES Allied Health Professional (AHP) Long-Term Care (LTC) Certification
Includes all age groups with chronic illness because while the certification program and exam cover nursing care in geriatrics, the content also has a broader appeal for excellence in nursing care for all age groups with chronic illnesses. AHP LTC designation confirms to employers that the candidate is knowledgeable in long-term care and is engaged in skill-building.
The AHP LTC course reviews or introduces participants to the concepts, skills, and techniques associated with geriatric and long-term care (LTC) nursing. The curriculum includes theory related to the nursing care of geriatric patients in order to provide a safe, clean, and comfortable environment for the LTC, chronically ill patient. The certification program includes a review of anatomy and physiology and therapeutic/modified diets for health needs.
- Lectures 44
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 26 weeks
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 13
- Assessments Yes
Important Course Information
Unit 1: Introduction
Unit 2: Physiologic Integrity Part 1
Quarter Exam 1 (Mods 1-5)
Unit 2: Physiologic Integrity Part 2
Quarter Exam 2 (Mods 6-11)
Quarter Exam 3 (Mods 12-14)
Unit 4: Specialty Practice Issues
Unit 5: Leadership and Management
Quarter Exam 4 (Mods 15-16)
Final Exam ( All Units)