Contemporary Nephrology Nursing - Continuing Nursing Education Evaluation Forms

Contemporary Nephrology Nursing (2017) contains 50 chapters of educational content. Individual learners may apply for continuing nursing education (CNE) by reading a chapter and completing the CNE Evaluation Form for that chapter. Learners may apply for CNE credit for any or all chapters (processing fees apply).

The Continuing Nursing Education Evaluation Form for each chapter is available for download in PDF format (see below).

Downloadable Evaluation Forms

Click below to download individual CNE Evaluation Forms for each chapter:

Chapter 1: Professional Nephrology Nursing

Chapter 2: The Evolution of Nephrology and Nephrology Nursing

Chapter 3: Physiology of the Kidney

Chapter 4: Diseases of the Kidney

Chapter 5: Chronic Kidney Disease: Diagnosis, Classification, and Management

Chapter 6: Nutrition and Chronic Kidney Disease

Chapter 7: Hemodialysis

Chapter 8: Peritoneal Dialysis

Chapter 9: Home Dialysis Therapies

Chapter 10: Arteriovenous Fistula

Chapter 11: Arteriovenous Graft

Chapter 12: Central Venous Catheter

Chapter 13: Peritoneal Dialysis Access

Chapter14: The Role of the Interventional Nephrology Nurse

Chapter 15: Anemia

Chapter 16: Disorders of Calcium and Phosphorus Metabolism

Chapter 17: Hypertension

Chapter 18: Diabetes Management and Implications of Care for Individuals with Diabetic Kidney Disease

Chapter 19: Alterations in Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Balance

Chapter 20: Heart Failure and Atrial Fibrillation

Chapter 21: Hemodialysis-Induced Myocardial Stunning

Chapter 22: Cardiorenal and Hepatorenal Syndromes

Chapter 23: Pulmonary Hypertension

Chapter 24: Lipid Disorders in Chronic Kidney Disease

Chapter 25: Depression in Chronic Kidney Disease

Chapter 26: Sleep Disorders

Chapter 27: The Child with Kidney Disease

Chapter 28: Older Adults with Chronic Kidney Disease

Chapter 29: Supportive Care of Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease

Chapter 30: Acute Kidney Injury

Chapter 31: Pharmacology of Kidney Disease

Chapter 32: Medication-Related Nephrotoxicity

Chapter 33: Kidney Transplantation: Organ Donation

Chapter 34: Kidney, Pancreas, and Liver Transplantation: The Procedures and Nursing Management

Chapter 35: Pharmacology of Transplantation

Chapter 36: Regenerative Medicine

Chapter 37: The Wearable Artificial Kidney

Chapter 38: The Implantable Artificial Kidney

Chapter 39: Creating a Culture of Safety

Chapter 40: Nursing-Sensitive Quality Indicators

Chapter 41: Cultural Safety in Nephrology Nursing

Chapter 42: Related to Teaching and Learning

Chapter 43: Health Literacy

Chapter 44: Infection Prevention and Control

Chapter 45: Psychosocial Issues in Nephrology Nursing

Chapter 46: Sexual Health

Chapter 47: Healthcare Informatics

Chapter 48: Public Policy and the Legislative Process

Chapter 49: Evidence-Based Nephrology Nursing Practice

Chapter 50: Research Priorities for Nephrology Nursing: Challenges and Recommendations

American Nephrology Nurses Association is accredited with distinction as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center.