School nurses, counselors, social workers or teachers in any U.S. state can now earn earn 3.25 Continuing Education credits (CNE) for completing a course on pediatric myalgic encephalomyelitis / chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS). The course is titled, ““Why Can’t This Child Get to Class? Learn How ME/CFS Keeps Youth from Attending School.”
The course features Dr, Peter Rowe, the nation’s leading clinician and expert on pediatric ME/CFS. It includes talks from an integrative RN who treats people with ME, and parents of children with ME. The course is accredited by the American Nurses Credentialing Center, so any nurse in any state can receive 3.25 CNEs or Professional Development Points (PDPs) for completing it. The fee is $25.
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