Learning doesn't stop with your nursing degree!

We believe that nurses who are lifelong learners deliver better patient care. That’s why PCNA is committed to providing you with the continuing education resources you need to provide evidence-based care in the fast-changing world of cardiovascular nursing.

Although we would love to meet all of you face-to-face at our Annual Symposium, or at our many local programs, we know that web-based learning is an important (and convenient!) option too.

See a program that is free or discounted to members? Join PCNA to take advantage of this benefit!

Please note: Learners claiming credit for a live CE program (either face-to-face or webinar) cannot claim credit for the on-demand archived version of the same program.

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On Demand CE Library Topics

Acute Coronary Syndrome
Atrial Fibrillation
Diabetes
Diagnostics and Devices
Heart Failure
Hypertension
Lifestyle and Behavior Change
Lipid Management
Obesity Management
Pharmacology
Professional Development and Clinical Research
Risk Assessment and Management
Stroke
Technology and CV Health
VTE
Women and Heart Disease

On Demand Library


Advancing Patient-Centered Care Through Shared Decision Making

1.0 CE contact hours

Behavior Change Mini-Certificate for Cardiac Rehab

8.25 CE contact hours

Behavior Change Mini-Certificate for Primary Care

8.25 CE contact hours

Cardiac Diagnostics: Using Data to Assess Risk, Diagnose and Treat CVD

1.0 CE contact hours

Cardio-Oncology: Preventing and Treating Cardiovascular Complications Associated with Cancer Treatments

0.75 CE contact hours, 0.5 CE pharmacology hours

Caring for Ourselves So We Can Care for Others

1.0 CE contact hours

Case Studies in Cardiovascular Risk Reduction with Non-statin Therapies: Rapid Fire Roundtable

1.0 CE contact hours, 0.7 CE pharmacology hours

Chest Pain! How to Perform A Comprehensive Evaluation for Ischemia

2.0 CE contact hours

Connecting Diabetes and Heart Disease

1.0 CE contact hours, 0.3 CE pharmacology hours

Effective Strategies for Engaging Patients in Health Behavior Change

2.0 CE contact hours

Exercise and Lifestyle Interventions: What’s their Role in CVD Prevention and Treatment?

1.0 CE contact hours

Genetic Counseling and Inherited CVD: A Family Affair

0.75 CE contact hours

Influenza: Cardiovascular Risks and Considerations During the COVID-19 Pandemic

0 CE contact hours, 0 CE pharmacology hours

Integrating Sleep Assessments and Treatments In Your CVD Practice

2.0 CE contact hours

Interpreting and Translating Research into Practice

0 CE contact hours, 0 CE pharmacology hours

Is it Cardiac or Pulmonary? Patient Assessment and Diagnostic Evaluation of Dyspnea

1.0 CE contact hours

Lipid Management in 2019: Putting Evidence-Based Guidelines into Practice

1.0 CE contact hours, 0.7 CE pharmacology hours

Lower Extremity PAD: How to Help Your Patients Get Back on Their Feet

1.0 CE contact hours, 0.3 CE pharmacology hours

Making the Link Between Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease

1.0 CE contact hours, 0.8 CE pharmacology hours

New Hypertension Guidelines: Matching Risks and Treatments

0.75 CE contact hours

Pediatric Prevention Guidelines

0.75 CE contact hours

Pharmacology Course 2019

5.0 CE contact hours, 3.7 CE pharmacology hours

Preventing VTE Blood Clots in Complex Patients in the Hospital and at Home

1.0 CE contact hours, 0.8 CE pharmacology hours

Regenerative Medicine, Stem Cells and Heart Disease: Current Applications and Future Direction

0.75 CE contact hours

SGLT2 Inhibitors and Cardiovascular Outcomes

1.0 CE contact hours, 1.0 CE pharmacology hours

The 2019 Guideline for Primary Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease

1.0 CE contact hours

The QT Interval: Too Hot, Too Cold, Just Right

0.75 CE contact hours, 0.5 CE pharmacology hours

Treating High-Risk Patients with Non-Statin Therapy for LDL-C Lowering: Optimizing Clinical Outcomes

1.0 CE contact hours, 0.8 CE pharmacology hours

Women and CVD: Creating Awareness and Making Prevention a Priority

1.0 CE contact hours