Management after Spinal Cord Injury: A Practical Approach
to Take this Course for Free
This course presents a practical approach toward bladder management after spinal
cord injury (SCI). The main topics of discussion are: anatomy and physiology
of the normal urinary system, changes that commonly occur in the urinary system
after SCI, initial and long term management concerns after SCI, including the
complications of autonomic dysreflexia and urinary tract infections. Please
see Objectives for a specific list of the course goals.
are a few hints to help you navigate through the course and
CE hours for free.
- This is a free
You must register, with your name, address, user name
you DO NOT NEED TO ENTER A CREDIT CARD NUMBER.
Under "Method of Payment", instead, please choose "Personal
check". When the process is
complete your certificate will pop onto the screen. Print the certificate.
- Click on links in the
frame on the left side of the screen. You can view pages consecutively, or
access any page at any time.
- Links to the World Wide
Web enrich the course content. Review the different sites and then return
to the course. Or "BOOKMARK" or "ADD FAVORITES" for
- Scattered throughout
the course are Instant Feedback areas,
like the one below. Review information about the Target
Audience and give it a try!
- Complete the Exam
and Evaluation Form at the end of the course. Follow instructions
on that page
to obtain nursing contact hours, or to just try the questions.
- You can contact website
support by clicking on "RnCeus Interactive e-mail" or
return to the RnCeus Interactive
Home Page by clicking on the word "RnCeus.com" in
the upper left hand of any page.
reinforce the material, quiz yourself on what you have learned while studying
this information. Wherever you see this color text, questions are accessible.
target audience for this course is
nurses and healthcare professionals who are interested in studying a practical
approach toward bladder management after spinal cord injury.