RN.Org Offers Free Coronavirus Continuing Education Module

June 3, 2020 (Viz Release) – – RN.org, a leading provider in State Board approved Continuing Education  has developed a Coronavirus continuing education course, including COVID-19, SARS & MERS. The course provides the most current information about the virus family, including symptoms, complications, transmission precautions, diagnosis, and treatment.

The virus has since been designated a pandemic, with over 6,500,000 cases and 383,000 deaths identified globally.

Rn.org is contributing to the fight against the spread of the disease through the  release of this course. Many nations have enacted strict measures to contain the epidemic, including the shutdown of commercial retail facilities and increasing border restrictions, but access to information is vital to help citizens as well as medical professionals make informed decisions about personal and public health.

For over 20 years, RN.org has provided Registered (RN) and Licensed Practical Nurse/ Licensed Vocational Nurses (LPN/LVN) access to accredited courses to earn State Board Approved Continuing Education Units. Nurses can now leverage the full suite of coursework and material online for $19.99. To date, over 612,000 nursing professionals have completed over 2,659,000 online Nursing Continuing Education Courses.

RN.org courses are accredited and accepted for Nursing Continuing Education by the Various State Boards of Nursing as well Canada and US possessions. Various other countries accept Nursing CEUs from RN.org. Many courses are also approved for Nursing Assistants, Nurse Aides, Certified Nursing Assistants, Nurses Dietitians, Nutritionists, Home Health Aides, Midwifes, Certified Respiratory Therapists, Registered Respiratory Therapists, Respiratory Care Practitioners, Approved Medication Assistive Personnel and School Psychologists.

RN.org was founded by Larry Snyder, RN. Larry is a licensed healthcare professional with over 20 years of experience in nursing. He has worked in various aspects of nursing in many states in both large and small hospitals.  He has served as an expert witness on several high profile cases throughout the United States delivering testimony regarding his experience as an emergency room nurse.

For more information, visit the RN.org website at  www.RN.org