AHA Authorized Training Site

 

NKU Authorized
AHA Training Site

Registered participants must complete the HeartCode BLS online eLearning component from the American Heart Association before attending the hands-on practice/testing session.  This course can be found by going to http://www.onlineaha.org Hover over courses drop-down menu at top of the webpage and choose to purchase Basic Life Support (BLS) HeartCode BLS ($28.50).  Once in the course, you will have a choice to choose one of two tracks, in-facility or prehospital.  You will choose the prehospital track. 

 FYI:  The online portion will take 1 to 2 hours to complete.

 After you register through AHA you will also need to register for the CHHS CPR Training ($25.00).  Registration link https://nku.enrollware.com

HEALTH CARE IS EVOLVING

We offer programs in Nursing, Radiologic Science, Respiratory Care, and Health Science to help prepare our students to face the challenges of an always-changing health care world.

The Undergraduate Doctor

Xiangyue “Winnie” Wu has been many things: a doctor, a mom, a Ph.D. candidate at Rutgers University, a surgical neurophysiologist. In December 2016, she became a registered nurse.

A Life Saved in Tanzania

“I can’t believe I almost graduated college without doing this. Working in Tanzania definitely taught me how to compromise and work with literally nothing.”

Health from the Heart

"I want them to be aware of where that patient in that bed came from and where we’re sending them home—because there might not be one…”

Making An Impact

“Over the years I have realized that I really wanted to be more involved with my patients' care ... ”

 

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Nurse Advocacy Center for the Underserved

The Nurse Advocacy Center for the Underserved (NACU) has a proven record of stability in structure, collaboration with community partners, and service learning for students that allows it to meet the opportunities and challenges of healthcare to the underserved community.

Northern Kentucky Nursing and Interprofessional Research Collaborative

The Northern Kentucky Nursing and Interprofessional Research Collaborative (NIRC) positively impacts the health of northern Kentucky through the implementation of community-driven interventions based on interdisciplinary research methods, quality improvement initiatives, and the application of best practices.

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