SNAH Continuing Education Programs

Basic Health Assessment (RN Refresher) Course 

Registration is OPEN for Summer Session (June 1, 2024 – June 30, 2024) –

$560 (+$210 materials fee +$15 FDU technology fee = $785 total cost)


This online 4-week course develops basic health assessment skills of participants, including registered nurses prior to beginning an advanced health assessment course or who are transitioning to a career in which these skills are requisite. Participants will develop competencies in identifying, describing, and recording normal physical examination findings. 

Participants will navigate the online content at their own pace, however, need to complete the coursework within one month. Upon completion of the online coursework, participants are required to take a practicum and final examination. The practicum exam can be administered and proctored by FDU faculty online or in person (additional $25 fee at time of exam) or may be administered by an approved provider of the participant’s choice (no additional fee). Successful completion of the course includes obtaining passing grades on both the final exam and final practicum. 

Participants will be given access to an FDU email address upon registration. Participants will be added to the online course in FDU Blackboard on the first day of class. Please check your FDU email once registered, as participants will receive their invitation to the course via FDU email. 

This course meets the requirements for entry into the FDU School of Nursing and Allied Health advanced-level nursing programs and may be submitted for review by other graduate nursing programs. 


Upcoming Course Dates: 

June 1, 2024 – June 30, 2024 

Registration Link:



*Planners have disclosed no conflict of interest relative to this educational activity.

*This nursing continuing professional development activity was approved by New Jersey State Nurses Association for 25.5 CONTACT HOURS (approval number: 8043-3/24-26). New Jersey State Nurses Association is an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.