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Teenage Turbulence – Screening and Treatment for Substance Use Disorder in Adolescents
This training aims to increase the understanding and effective management of Substance Use Disorder (SUD) in adolescents and discusses the health burden and cost that SUD imposes on them.
The screening process is examined along with an array of tools used to detect the disorder in its early stages; including an in-depth review of the SBIRT (Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment) process. Various treatment options are covered.
The role of the interprofessional team in managing and treating SUD in adolescents is explored. Participants will understand how physicians, mental health counselors, school educators, nurses, social workers, and addiction specialists can collaborate to provide effective treatment.
Why Won’t This Wound Heal? Evidence-Based Management of Non-Healing Wounds
This one-hour Continuing Education (CE) event delves into the intricacies of managing non-healing wounds, providing healthcare professionals with evidence-based insights and strategies. Led by an expert wound care nurse practitioner, the session will explore the multifaceted factors influencing wound healing and equip participants with the knowledge to collaborate effectively with clients for optimal wound recovery.
New York – Child Abuse Identification & Reporting Training
This required training provides New York mandated reporters the tools to recognize and report instances of suspected child abuse or maltreatment. Recent amendments to Social Services Law § 413 prompted the New York State Office of Children and Family Services to update the curriculum to include trauma, adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), bias in decision-making, and identification of abuse/maltreatment virtually. All mandated reporters are required to (re)take this workshop by April 1st, 2025.
The Family Tree of Comorbidities for Adults with ADHD
This course will help healthcare providers explore the intricate landscape of adult-diagnosed ADHD and its associated comorbidities. Students will delve into the presentation of adult-diagnosed ADHD, dissect assessment considerations for prevalent comorbidities, and learn to craft evidence-based treatment plans tailored to address the complexities of concurrent conditions. Discover the pivotal role of interprofessional collaboration in supporting individuals with adult-diagnosed or under-treated ADHD, fostering a holistic approach to patient care.
Growth, Grace, and Guidance – Supporting Girls Through Puberty
The course aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of the significance of puberty in adolescent girls on their mental health. Knowledge and skills to support girls through this transformative period will be shared. Content combines theoretical knowledge with practical strategies, fostering a holistic understanding of adolescent development and promoting the delivery of patient-centered care. Participants will gain valuable insights into addressing the unique challenges faced by adolescent girls during puberty and develop skills to enhance their support through interprofessional collaboration.
This comprehensive course on wound dressing and topical wound management aims to equip healthcare professionals with an in-depth understanding of various dressing categories, specific dressing types, and advanced modalities essential for effective wound care. Through a combination of theoretical knowledge and practical applications, participants will learn to address diverse wound scenarios and optimize healing outcomes.
Red Alert – Effective Management of Postpartum Hemorrhage
This course is for healthcare professionals involved in maternity care aiming to enhance their understanding and skills in addressing postpartum hemorrhage (PPH), a critical obstetric emergency. The content equips participants with a thorough understanding of the causes, risk factors, preventive strategies, and practical interventions necessary for the effective management of postpartum hemorrhage, thereby enhancing their ability to provide timely and competent care to birthing people during the critical postpartum period.
Beyond the Birth – Enhancing Healthcare Provider Expertise in Postpartum Depression
By the end of this course, participants will have comprehensive knowledge of postpartum depression, be able to identify risk factors, appreciate the impact on mothers, babies, and families, and possess the tools to initiate a collaborative interprofessional management approach. Students will learn about the presentation, identification, and management of postpartum depression.
Embracing Identities – Suicide Prevention with Trans Youth
This 1-hour Continuing Education (CE) offering is designed to equip healthcare professionals and counselors with the essential knowledge and skills needed to effectively address the critical issue of suicide among transgender and gender-diverse youth. With a focus on understanding the unique risk factors, recognizing warning signs, and implementing evidence-based strategies, this course aims to provide participants with the tools to enhance the safety and well-being of trans youth. The course also highlights the significance of affirming and inclusive approaches and the impact of interprofessional collaboration in suicide prevention within this specific demographic.