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FocusRN is Stryker's 
online accredited
learning portal
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FocusRN will help you stay informed on the latest, evidence-based best practices and professional guidelines.

You can also discover implementation and assessment tools and explore interactive CE modules and customized workshops.

The course offerings are developed in conjunction with our panel of clinical experts to produce relevant, evidence-based content. FocusRN allows you to track your progress and provides transcripts of completed CE courses to enhance your record-keeping for licensure renewal. 

We recognize that fulfilling education requirements can be difficult – but we’re committed to providing motivating, high-quality continuing education courses that will advance your knowledge and help improve care.



Clinical topics

Featured course Strategies to Reduce the Incidence and Complications of Catheter-Associated Urinary Tract Infections
Featured course Safe patient handling


Live webinar schedule

Webinars are free and open to all nurses. Registration is required.

 

Thursday, May 6, and Wednesday, May 12, 2021 | The power of one: Design your practice to maximize patient outcomes

Suzy Scott

Presented by
Kathleen Vollman, MSN, RN, CCNS, FCNS, FAAN

Earn 1 CE credit

Patient safety is a fundamental driver in shaping our nursing care. In our work cultures, basic nursing care activities and communication strategies designed to prevent harm are frequently seen as just tasks to be completed before the end of the shift. 

This session places a new meaning on the word SAFETY. Using a mnemonic of SAFETY, the participant will go on a journey of self-reflection and growth to help design their practice. 

Thursday, May 6:

Wednesday, May 12:

Tuesday, May 18 |  SARs-CoV-2 is not the only enemy 

Suzy Scott

Presented by
Patti DeJuilio, MS, RRT-ACCS; NPS

Earn 1 CE credit

Objectives:

  • Describe best practice; data that supports decreasing HAPs. 
  • Review history of SARs-Cov-2. 
  • Describe increased risk of HAPs in COVID-19 patients. 
  • Understand implications and impact of COVID-19 and clinical care. 

Tuesday, May 18: