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.
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.
Controlled Substance Prescribing Verification and the Shocking Reality of True Crime Stories
This concise three-hour continuing education presentation provides an intensive exploration of the intersection between controlled substances and public health. Designed for healthcare professionals seeking to enhance their knowledge in a time-efficient manner, this course delivers essential insights into the regulatory, ethical, and societal dimensions of controlled substance use and misuse. To connect theory to practice, the presentation will include brief but impactful discussions and analyses of law enforcement encounters related to illegal distribution and unscrupulous practices involving controlled substances. Participants will gain immediate insights into persistent real-world issues.
ADHD Unmasked – Recognizing and Reshaping Girls’ Learning Experiences
This engaging course provides educators with valuable insights into the often overlooked and distinct challenges faced by girls with ADHD. We delve into the unique ways in which ADHD can manifest in girls and explore effective strategies to recognize and support them at home and in the classroom. Through this course, educators and administrators will gain a deeper understanding of the impact of ADHD on girls' learning experiences and emotional well-being.
This course provides a comprehensive discussion of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) specifically as it manifests in girls. The unique symptoms and challenges faced by girls with ADHD and how these impact their overall well-being is explained. Participants will gain knowledge of the diagnostic criteria for ADHD, enabling them to recognize and assess this condition accurately. Attendees will learn about a range of effective interprofessional treatment options for girls with ADHD, encompassing both medication and behavioral approaches. Specific recommendations for parent education and school support are provided.
Unlocking Effective Treatments – Pharmacology for Substance Use Disorder Continuing Education Course
This program covers assessment and diagnosis techniques, providing insights into evidence-based medication options for effective addiction treatment. By the end of this course, attendees will be equipped with the knowledge and skills needed to make informed prescribing decisions, ultimately making a positive impact on the lives of individuals struggling with substance use disorder. Don't miss this transformative learning experience to elevate your proficiency in addiction medicine.
Fatherhood in the Shadows – Addressing Postpartum Depression in Fathers
This one-hour continuing education presentation is designed to provide healthcare professionals, mental health practitioners, and educators with a comprehensive understanding of postpartum depression in fathers. While postpartum depression in mothers has received significant attention, fathers' experiences often go unnoticed or misunderstood. This course aims to bridge this knowledge gap by exploring the causes, symptoms, risk factors, and effective interventions for postpartum depression in fathers.
Navigating the World of Eye Pain – Making Foreign Bodies Familiar
This presentation provides an in-depth exploration of eye pain, its various causes, effective treatment strategies, and the importance of interprofessional collaboration in managing these conditions. Participants will gain a comprehensive understanding of the underlying factors leading to eye pain, ranging from common issues such as dry eye syndrome and refractive errors to more complex conditions like uveitis and glaucoma. Through case studies and expert insights, attendees will learn about evidence-based approaches to diagnose and treat different types of eye pain, including both pharmacological and non-pharmacological interventions. This session is ideal for healthcare practitioners seeking to enhance their knowledge of eye pain management and improve patient outcomes through interdisciplinary teamwork.