Nursing Case Manager Courses
CCMC-approved courses are listed here. No other Wild Iris courses are currently approved for nursing case managers. More Information
Signs and symptoms of asthma, diagnosis and assessment, pharmacologic treatments, long-term management, complications, and managing asthma attacks.
| Breast Cancer
Epidemiology of breast cancer; approaches to prevention; assessment of risk factors; screening and diagnosis methods; updated treatment modalities; survivorship and end-of-life issues.
| Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
Causes and forms of COPD, characteristics, effects of smoking, long-term treatment and management, pulmonary rehabilitation, treatment of acute exacerbations.
| Coronary Artery Disease (CAD)
Caring for patients with or at risk for CAD. Course covers pathophysiology, clinical presentations, risk factors and prevention measures, assessment and diagnosis, complications and comorbidities, emergency treatment, and management of acute/chronic coronary artery disease.
| Diabetes Mellitus, Type 1
Differences between type 1 and type 2 diabetes; epidemiology, pathogenesis, diagnosis, treatment, therapy, and complications of type 1 diabetes.
| Diabetes Mellitus, Type 2
Type 2 diabetes: causes, assessment, screening and diagnostic tests, treatment guidelines, pharmacology, complications, prevention and intervention.
| End-of-Life Care
End-of-life care; hospice care. Effective communication, special needs, psychological and emotional needs, care during last hours of life, postmortem care.
| Ethics for Case Managers: CCMC Board-Certified Case Manager CE
REQUIRED FOR CCMs Incorporating ethical principles and behaviors into the practice of healthcare case management; professional conduct code for case managers; general overview of civil and criminal law. Fulfills the requirement for 2 hours of CE in Ethics; course is approved by CCMC.
| HIV/AIDS for Washington Healthcare Professionals (7 CH)
REQUIRED FOR LICENSURE Fulfills the requirement for 7 hours of HIV/AIDS training in Washington State.
| HIV/AIDS: A Comprehensive Review
Risk factors; preventive and control measures; testing and counseling; manifestations and treatment guidelines; psychosocial issues; legal, ethical issues.
| Infection Control
Infection prevention and control practices, the chain of infection, standard and transmission-based precautions, use of personal protective equipment (PPE), strategies for preventing the spread of infectious disease to healthcare workers and patients.
| Prostate Cancer
Epidemiology, diagnosis, and treatment of prostate cancer; approaches to prostate cancer screening and prevention, rehabilitation interventions, and care of patients and their significant others.
| Stroke: Comprehensive Acute Stroke Care
Anatomy, pathophysiology, diagnosis, evaluation, and treatment options for acute stroke, emphasizing immediate care and initial rehabilitation.
History, prevalence, risk factors, symptoms, complications, testing, diagnosis, treatment, prevention, public health considerations