Outcomes, Disclaimers & Disclosures

Continuing Education Credits

This course is eligible for 20.0 approved nursing contact hours.

The contact hours are provided in conjunction with Skills on Point LLC.

Skills on Point, LLC is approved as a provider of continuing nursing education by the Ohio Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. (OBN-001-91). 

To obtain 20.0 continuing education credits, each participant must complete the entire course and pass the quiz at the conclusion of the course. You will receive a PDF you may print at any time as proof. If you have any questions or needs related to your continuing education credits, please click here.

Please note, if you request a refund it will not be issued if you have already claimed your continuing education credits.


The planners and faculty have declared no conflict of interest.


There is no commercial support or sponsorship for this event.


There is no commercial support for this event.


Approved provider status does not imply endorsement by Skills On Point®, LLC, ANCC, OBN or ONA or of any products displayed in conjunction with an activity.


Criteria for successful completion include affording a reasonable effort to view the entire event and submission of a completed evaluation in the form of the quiz.

Skills on Point, LLC is approved as a provider of continuing nursing education by the Ohio Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. (OBN-001-91)


  1. The learner will define self compassion and its three components, and discuss situations in which it is utilized.
  2. The learner will discuss the neuropathological changes that occur in substance use disorder, differentiate it from tolerance and dependence, and identify actionable steps to take should a nurse suspect a colleague is diverting.
  3. The learner will identify define reflective listening, describe the steps of mental health first aid, and be able to discuss a situation in which these skills would be utilized by a bedside nurse. 


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Re-purposes or transmission in any form is not permitted without written permission of Kati Kleber and Kleber Media LLC. For inquiries or to report unauthorized use, please email the course administrator at [email protected]

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Hold Harmless

The information contained in this course is meant to supplement, not replace, your existing knowledge and is for informational purposes only. Always refer to your organization's policies and procedures, nursing state practice act, standards of care, and the American Nurses Association's Code of Ethics to guide your practice.

The views expressed are of the authors and/or contributors and do not reflect the views of any current or former employers.

Any professional recommendations or statements are based upon opinion, and any actions taken are of your own free will. Should you choose to take action based upon content read in this course, you do so at your own risk and agree to hold the author and/or contributor(s) harmless.

While this information may be applicable to healthcare settings worldwide, the content has been created specifically with the newly licensed nurse practicing in acute care in the United States of America. Laws and governing bodies differ widely throughout the world and this content does not attempt to comply with anything outside of the rules, regulations, and standards set forth by the governing bodies of the author (Illinois Department of Professional Regulation, Illinois Nurse Practice Act, Illinois Board of Nursing, National Council of State Boards of Nursing).

Patient Privacy

Throughout the course, examples are provided from the experience of the author and/or contributor. In these instances, identifying details of those involved have been changed to protect their privacy and remain compliant with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of 1996.

Refund policy

If you get into the content and decide you would like a refund, we will absolutely issue one. Our goal is for you to be completely satisfied and if you are not, we are more than happy to issue a refund.

Two criteria must be met:

  1. The refund request must be made and issued within the first 30 days of purchase
  2. You must not have claimed the continuing education certificate at the end of the course

There are no exceptions to these criteria. We are limited by the learning management system we utilize (Teachable) which processes payments and issues refunds. Please see their Terms of Service for more information. The FreshRN® Team does not save or store any payment information; Teachable manages this aspect of the course for us.

To request your refund, please email [email protected] within the first 30 days after your purchase. Refunds are processed during business hours, therefore if a request is made outside of this time frame it will not be completed until the next business day.

Sources & Content Updates

Please note, that much of this information stems from the expertise of the author and contributors. Sources are cited both within the text and in the references module at the conclusion of the course. Every possible effort is made to ensure these remain up to date. However should a link no longer work, or if newer information, evidence, or best practices exist, please feel free to notify the FreshRN® team administrator at [email protected] to ensure it is appropriately updated.

Should any updates or content be added, there will be no additional charge to existing students. Once purchased, this includes lifetime access which includes all subsequent updates.

Owner of FreshRN®

Kati Kleber is the owner of FreshRN®, its website, podcast, courses, and related books. She is the author of the website and host of the podcast.

Affiliate Links and Financial Disclosure

Throughout the course, there are various links to recommended resources. Some of these links are affiliate links. Should you choose to make a purchase, Kati will earn a commission on that sale. This does not change the final price for you, rather it works as a finder fee for Kati connecting consumers with helpful and valuable products.

Kati only recommends products and services she personally uses and/or can attest to its value, or that Kati took part in developing herself. None of the companies in which Kati mentions had any say or input on content within this course. 

For more information on affiliate links, partnerships, and more please visit http://www.freshrn.com/disclaimers/.