Are you a medical professional or student looking for an initial formal education or a refresher course to teach you the office procedures most commonly performed in primary care? You have come to the right place! The popular 8 hour live Family Practice Skills Workshop is now available as a self-paced online course designed to meet your educational needs in the era of distance based education, social distancing, and expanded access to high-quality training materials for new grad NPs, PA's and MDs!
With this 20 contact hour ANCC-approved course bundle, you will learn about derm, eye and ear complaints, and digital emergencies as well as anesthesia, and wound care and outpatient billing!
Check out the Curriculum below, there is SO much included!
This workshop includes the following course bundle:
1) The Online Basic Suture Training Workshop (worth 8 contact hours)
2) Wound Care Made Easy (worth 2 contact hours)
3) Outpatient Coding and Billing (worth 2 contact hours)
4) plus the Family Practice Skills Workshop (worth 8 contact hours)
for a total of 20 ANCC-Approved contact hours!
Plus you get to keep all the hand selected high-quality instruments and supplies we will send you to do all the procedures we show you from home! Check out the sweet instrument kit you get with this course!
Unlike our competitors, we give you REAL OR-GRADE INSTRUMENTS. You won't find any doc-in-a-box kits or "made in Taiwan" stamps on our instruments.
We value your training and we invest in YOU.
Come see the Skills On Point difference!
Dr. John Russell, DNP, APRN, AGACNP-BC, FNP-BC, CCRN, RNFA is the owner and founder of Skills On Point®, LLC as well as a nurse practitioner/first assistant in cardiothoracic surgery at Swedish American Hospital in Rockford, IL. As well as an instructor for the National Institute of First Assisting, INC (NIFA®), John teaches nurse practitioner students for Northern Illinois University and Rosalind Franklin University for CRNAs and FNPs. He loves simplifying complicated concepts into digestible portions and loves to use ridiculous analogies to make the most complicated concepts come to life for the learner.