These modules have been developed by the American Nephrology Nurses' Association (ANNA) to provide the nephrology nurse with education and tools to address key nursing care needs and discuss critical issues with patients and their families. Chronic Kidney Disease: What Every Nurse Should Know This series is designed to support the learning needs of nurses who care for nephrology patients in alternative settings. The modules address the nursing care needs of the chronic kidney disease (CKD) patient in settings outside of nephrology or dialysis. Given the magnitude of the population afflicted with CKD and the variety of settings in which these patients are found, the contents of each module will be of benefit to nurses caring for nephrology patients in many settings. The following modules are available: Stage 5 Chronic Kidney Disease - Hemodialysis in the Long Term Care Setting Stage 3 & 4 Chronic Kidney Disease Stage 1 & 2 Chronic Kidney Disease Stage 5 Chronic Kidney Disease - Pediatrics: Children Have Kidney Failure Too Chronic Kidney Disease - The Post Transplant Patient Chronic Kidney Disease: Nursing Guidelines for Patient Education > Click here to download the content of these programs. Note: Content available for viewing. Contact hours are no longer available. End-of-Life Decision-Making and the Role of the Nephrology Nurse This series is designed to provide the nephrology nurse with tools to discuss end-of-life issues with patients and their families. The following modules are available: Techniques to Facilitate Discussion for Advanced Care Planning (ACP) [PPT] Ethical and Legal Aspects of Advanced Care Planning (ACP) [PPT] Cultural Diversity: Different Cultures, Different Solutions [PPT] Coordination of Hospice and Palliative Care in ESRD [PPT] Note: Content available for viewing. Contact hours are no longer available. Archived Webinars ANNA is offering select webinars as online independent studies. > Click here to complete available webinars as independent studies in ANNA's Online Library. American Nephrology Nurses' Association is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.