The AgrisafeTM Network, a non-profit national membership organization, represents health and safety professionals who strive to reduse health disparities among the agricultural community.
"These learning sessions have been so valuable and will greatly influence my practice in rural primary care. Thank you so much! I wish all rural nurses could have access to this trainning"
Distance Learning Program
The Nurse Scholar program is an online learning experience taught by expert health & safety educators. The course will help nurses increase their competence in prevention, identification, and assessment of diseases and conditions commonly experienced by people working in agriculture. It consists of a series of webinars provided by experts in the field of agriculture safety and health. Students can view the webinars at their convenience. Participants will be required to compete all of the training, pass comprehensive exam, and complete evalutions in order to receive a certificate and 20 hours of countinuing nursing education (CNE). To find out more about the topics included in the course, click here.
Countinuing Nursing Education will be provided by our partners at the University of Louisiana Lafayette.
Length of Course:
Classes are available through an OnDemand web-based format. Learn at a pace that is convenient for you!
Results & Implication For Practice:
The learner outcomes include:
- Increased knowledge level on topic areas
- An improved ability to identify and prevent symptoms of agricultural related illnesses
- An ability to identify approved personal protective equipment relative to exposures
- The ability to access clinical and educational resources
"This has been an extremely fun program to work through.Very well thought out very pertinent topics and great speakers!"
This educational program includes information related to these topics:
- Integration of Ag Health into Practice
- Special Populations (youth, older adult, veterans, immigrant and migrant workers)
- Zoonotic Diseases
- Hearing Conservation
- Chemical / Pesticide Exposures
- Women's Health
- Respiratory Health
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Skin Disorders
- Behavioral Health
- Emerging and Regional Issues
Eighteen hours of training are presented in distance learning format utilizing lecture and power point, interactive question and answers sessions and opportunity for group discussion.
Continuing nursing education hours (CNE) are provided by Northeast Iowa Community College (IBON approved provider #7).
This On-Demand program is also available for those interested in agricultural topics and not requiring continuing nursing education.
Become a Corporate Changemaker
Consider sponsoring a rural nurse(s) from your business communities to become an AgriSafe Nurse Scholar.
For More Information Contact
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: AgriSafe Learning: Nurse Scholar Program Phone: 866-312-3002