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Recertification Requirements for Holistic Nurses

Successful completion of 100 contact hours of Continuing Education in Holistic Nursing within the five years period preceding the date of expiration of the certification period. At least twenty percent (20%) of the contact hours must directly address Holistic Nursing. The remaining contact hours can be related to holistic methods of practice; studies that facilitate self-care and growth; and transformation within a holistic context. Appropriate documentation of continued education (certificates of completion) must be submitted with application for Recertification.


Oregon Board of Nursing State Continuing Education Requirements:

CE Requirements for RNs: One-time requirement for seven hours of pain management-related CE. One hour must be a course to be provided by the Oregon Pain Management Commission. The remaining six hours can be your choice of pain management topics. Once this requirement is fulfilled, there is no additional CE requirements for renewal.


CE Requirements for LPNs: Same as RN requirement


Cultural Competence Training - The State of Oregon recommends Cultural Competence continuing education training. Cultural Competency 201 has been approved by the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) for such training.


Oregon Nursing Continuing Education Requirements:

Oregon Nursing Continuing Education requirements posted on this page are based upon the most up to date information available. Oregon Nursing Continuing Education requirements are subject to change and therefore, Oregon licensees are ultimately responsible for being up to date with the Oregon Nursing Continuing Education requirements.

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  • Cultural Competency 201

    Developing the Knowledge and Skills in Caring for Those From Other Races and Cultures


    $20.00 USD

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    • Develop an appreciation of the impact of culture group, minority group and racial group on the health care relationship
    • Increase sensitivity, knowledge and skills to promote effective intercultural interactions
    • Identify the professional's own cultural identity/judgments /biases and their impact on their behavior and how they are perceived by clients and patients
    • Recognize cultural variables that appear in verbal and non-verbal communication
    • Examine the influence of culture in our patient population
    • Differentiate the provider's culture

    Angelica Redleaf, DC


    Approved by the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) for Cultural Competence Training
    Expires: 2021-09-30