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About the Course

Covid-19 Contact Tracing For Nursing Professionals Approval Statement: This nursing continuing professional development activity was approved by the Texas Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. Covid-19 Contact Tracing For Nursing Professionals was created for anyone who wants a certificate in Contact Tracing and especially for RN's who would like to obtain 10 CEU credits from The Texas Nurses Association. *CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT PROVIDED FOR TEXAS NURSES IF YOU SELECT THE OPTION TO OBTAIN A COURSERA CERTIFICATE FOR $49* Disclosures to Participants Requirements for Successful Completion: To receive contact hours for this continuing education activity, the participant must: Complete a pretest Complete 4 educational modules Obtain a score of 80% or greater on the post test in each module. Participants may take the post tests multiple times until the 80% or greater is achieved. Complete the Participant Evaluation Form. Once successful completion has been verified, a “Certificate of Successful Completion” will be awarded for 10 contact hours. End Date: July 1, 2022 All CE requests must be completed by this date. Email the completed certificate to UHCON-CE@uh.edu if you do not receive your email for CE's The effects of the current COVID-19 pandemic have disproportionately affected certain population groups. This course provides an overview of the far-reaching impact of COVID-19 and presents contact tracing as a tool to mitigate the spread of the disease for nurses in Texas. Contact tracers are critically needed to help state and local health departments, particularly in large and diverse states such as Texas. Acknowledgments: The course instructors would like to thank Aishwarya Juttu and Gabriela Acosta for their help in the launch of this course....

Top reviews

MK
Dec 8, 2020

Very informative and fast-moving. This course contained some information on policy and function of the public health system which I found insightful for this presentation.

MT
Oct 30, 2020

its a helpful course for nurses and other healthcare proffesionals to do contact tracing in this pandemic situation.thank you so much for providing this course for me

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By Tursunbayeva I B

Sep 9, 2020

интересна

By sunitha y g

May 25, 2021

Exallent

By Francesco P

Jul 11, 2021

super

By Sherein S H

Jul 1, 2021

great

By Palak C

Jun 17, 2021

good

By M A R

May 19, 2021

Good

By Ch L

Sep 22, 2020

Good

By Dr. S R

Aug 31, 2020

nice

By hossam m a

Jul 5, 2021

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By Deborah M

Jan 6, 2021

The content was good for the time that it was put together, but I found this in January 2021. I work as a contact tracer and much of the information was already known to me. What I enjoyed most about this course was the additional reading that was available. I just wish that those resources had been more up to date.

By Emil S

Dec 21, 2020

It is good for basic information about Covid-19 Nursing. But it is perfect for Contact Tracing

By Anitha V N

Jul 5, 2021

excellent

By Terrie E

Jun 25, 2021

The information was well presented though some outdated. Some of the videos were no longer available and after reading a few articles for free I got a message that I had exceeded my free article limit and must purchase a subscription to read more. I didn't do that. I just waited a while and tried again, but this took several attempts. All in all, I do have a better understanding of covid19 and its effect on humanity. So it was worth the effort. Thank you.

By Terri W

Feb 9, 2021

It did have a lot of information. A good amount outdated, some of the readings you had to buy a subscription to read it and some YouTube videos were no longer there.

By Linda G B

Jan 8, 2021

The referred reading should be updated.

By Joanne S

Apr 5, 2021

very interesting