Busy changing schedules often make it difficult for bedside clinicians to obtain the quality continuing education they require. ICON’s versatile education choices help ease this stress by providing high quality continuing education on up-to-date topics. Offerings include self-paced modules and live monthly web-based lectures (webinars).
Both self-directed and live presentations include AARC approved credit hours. These unique offerings also include 24x7 phone support for follow-up questions at 1-888-404-ICON (4266).
Live monthly web-based lectures (webinars) with continuing education credit
The ICON Academy Webinars are presented in a lecture format and include a question and answer session at the end of the each webinar.
Learner paced courses with continuing education credit
ICON’s self-directed modules allow you to view narrated presentations at your own pace. Stop when you need to and come back when you van. You’ll be able to pick-up right where you left off.
View recordings from previously presented ICON Academy Webinars.
View recording of previously presented ICON Academy Webinars. Select webinars are available for continuing education credit. For those courses available for credit, completion of a post-test will be required to receive credit.
It is the policy of the Education Unit at Intensive Care On-line Network (ICON) to insure balance, independence, objectivity, and scientific rigor in all its educational activities. All persons (including faculty) involved in the selection, development and presentation of content are required to disclose any financial interests. All persons (including faculty) are required to complete and sign a Conflict of Interest Form at least thirty days prior to initial offering of continuing education activity. This form will be kept on file for a minimum of 5 years. All perceived conflicts of interests will be resolved prior to an educational activity by validating the activity content through independent peer review.
All presentations are presented in a non-biased manner, providing a well-rounded aspect. All persons (including faculty) are also required to disclose any discussion of off label unapproved uses of drugs or devices.