All practicing nurses must acquire a certain number of CE hours or credits each year – we seek to offer the most meaningful and useful programs to help you better your daily practice. Since the first session in the country in 1941, we have been providing CE events that are renowned for:
- Coverage of contemporary issues
- Timeliness – you’ll use what you learn in your daily practice
- Variety of topics: pharmacology, informatics, ethics, emerging technologies, and education
- Expertise of presenters
- Being based on research, thereby meeting your educational needs for evidence-based practice
- Convenience – offered live on the centrally-located Pitt campus in Oakland or in your living room through our online educational options!
View the School of Nursing's Continuing Education Calendar for courses and schedules.
44TH Annual National Conference of the Professional Nurse Educators Group (PNEG)
The PNEG conference provides an opportunity for health care professionals to explore ways to eliminate gaps between nursing science and patient care through effective leadership, policy/advocacy, evidence and technology. Novice and seasoned presenters are invited to submit abstracts on projects relevant to these key themes and related to the learning objectives.
ACT 31 Requirements for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
Information regarding initial training and continuing education in Child Abuse Recognition and Reporting Requirements in Pennsylvania.
The University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing provides live/webinar events.
These self-paced educational activities are designed to permit participants to complete them when it best fits into their schedules.
SBIRT Teaching Resources
The “Substance Use Education for Nurses: SBIRT” curriculum has been used to successfully train over 500 undergraduate student nurses at the University of Pittsburgh.
This new, interactive program has been designed for nurse practitioners who are new to cancer care.
Becoming a Preceptor
At PITT, preceptorships are used in the undergraduate, senior and master’s level courses to bridge the gap between theory and practice.