Keep Learning: Department of Lifelong Learning Reaccredited

The Department of Lifelong Learning offers live and online continuing education, hosts three annual conferences, and provides an online RN Refresher Course.
The Department of Lifelong Learning offers live and online continuing education, hosts three annual conferences, and provides an online RN Refresher Course.

Lifelong Learning Offers Continuing Education, Hosts Annual Conferences, Provides RN Refresher Course

The School of Nursing’s Department of Lifelong Learning has been reaccredited by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s (ANCC) Commission on Accreditation for a term of four years, the longest accreditation term available.

ANCC accreditation is the most widely accepted accreditation in the world and is granted to organizations and educational institutions that meet stringent requirements for offering evidence-based activities using the ANCC’s criteria for planning, implementation and evaluation. The DLL is one of only 12 ANCC-accredited providers in Texas and the only ANCC-accredited provider in the UT System.

The department offers both live and online continuing education for nurses and annually hosts the Cultural Inclusion Institute in April, Geriatric Conference in June, and Conference for Community Engagement and Healthcare Improvement in September.  The department provides an online RN Refresher Course offered in the spring, summer and fall.

For more information, go to the link at left or contact Sherece McGoon at mcgoon@uthscsa.edu or (210) 567-5850.
nursing.uthscsa.edu/keeplearning


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