Overcoming Analysis Paralysis

11/10/18 - 11/18/18 ~ Exotic E. Caribbean

Join us as we sail to the Caribbean on one of Royal Caribbean's Newest and most innovative ships - Harmony of the Seas.

You'll attend seminars on days 'at sea' or at times when your enjoyment of the ports of call will not be affected.

Itinerary: Basseterre, St. Kitts; St. Thomas, USVI; San Juan, Puerto Rico & Labadee - Royal Caribbean's Private Island

COURSE DESCRIPTION: What is the significance of an elevated Mean Corpuscular Volume (MCV)? What does an elevated blood urea nitrogen (BUN) level with a normal creatinine level indicate? What is the diagnostic difference between ST depression and ST elevation? How does pregnancy affect fibrinogen or platelet levels?

This seminar will look at the answers to these and many other questions regarding laboratory and diagnostic tests. Participants will learn the significance of both the normal findings of numerous commonly ordered laboratory tests as well as the implications of various abnormalities. The course is loaded with lots of case studies to bring laboratory abnormalities to life.

Content will cover everything from hematology to chemistry studies, liver function tests to kidney function tests as well as topics such as interpreting the urinalysis, the electrocardiogram and the chest x-ray. The effects of factors such as age and pregnancy will also be considered. This seminar is meant to enhance the practice of health care workers in all clinical areas, from critical care to medical-surgical, surgical services to rehabilitation services.

Accreditation: 15 Continuing Education Credits for Nurses

*Pending AARC Accreditation with minimum number of Respiratory Therapists Attending

If your profession is not listed we suggest contacting your board to determine your continuing education requirements and ask about reciprocal approval. Many boards will approve this seminar based on the accreditation of the boards listed here.


One of our favorite speakers, Bill Light, MSN, RN, CEN, CPEN, TCRN

Bill is a dynamic and energetic speaker whose unique style not only provides insight to his audience but also to creates an engaging and fun atmosphere for them. Bill consistently delivers high-quality education that is praised by audiences, colleagues and institutions alike.

Bill is a registered nurse with over 10 years of experience in a wide variety of areas including emergency care, trauma, critical care, pediatrics, psychiatric care, injury prevention and medical-surgical nursing. Drawing on this diverse pool of experiences, Bill connects with his audiences and delivers education that reaches them in a way that easily enables them to incorporate what they learn into their own practice.

Bill has a passion for education that enriches the practice of his counterparts and helps them to grow and strengthen their existing knowledge. For this reason, Bill focuses his topics on certifications, educational competencies, and practice enrichment for nurses.

The Itinerary:

*Passports or a Passport Card Are Recommended for All Cruises

Classes are held on 'Days at Sea'

SEMINAR FEE:  $300 pp until 3/1/2018; $350 after
*Discounted Rates for Past Cruise Academy Guests!


Prices Below Are Per Person Rates, Based on Double Occupancy

& Include ALL TAXES / FEES

*Don't forget - You MUST book your cruise through us in order to attend;

Don't call the cruiseline directly; Please call us at the number above if you need special pricing such as a single, triple or quad cabins.

Balcony Cabin - $1154 per person

Boardwalk View Balcony Cabins -  $1064 per person

Central Park View Balcony Cabins - $ 1034 per person

Oceanview Cabins  - $1024 per person

Inside Cabin  - $934 per person

Single Rates: -  Inside: $1708 | Oceanview: $1888

Central Park Balcony: $1908 | Oceanview Balcony: $2148

 *Cruiseline reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement on all guests if the price of West Texas Intermediate fuel exceeds $65.00 per barrel. The fuel supplement for 1st and 2nd guests would be no more than $10 per guest per day, to a maximum of $140 per cruise; and for additional guests would be no more than $5 per person per day, to a maximum of $70 per cruise.




To Register: A deposit of $250 per person is required to book; Seminar fee is automatically charged 30 days later. Final Cruise payment due by
(*Single person occupying a cabin - deposit is $500 for cruise deposit.)




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