Your opportunity to learn about effective models, policies, research, and information focused on the many issues confronted by clinics, CAHs and their rural communities is now a virtual event Sept. 22-25.
Trauma that is likely to result in disability, disfigurement, or loss of function long after the acute condition has been treated, can pose significant ethical questions, especially as they relate to initial care planning. Specifically, these cases highlight difficult ethical questions related to pain management, decision-making capacity, personhood, and resource allocation. This conference will not only specifically address the ethics of burn care, but also explore the clinical and policy dimensions of caring for patients who have experienced severe trauma which will likely result in significant, long-lasting social and physical limitations.
Burn faculty, fellows, residents, ARNPs/PAs, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Registered Nurses and Social Workers
Activity approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™
CE Credit awarded by the University of Missouri
Sinclair School of Nursing
Additional CE(s) may be available as the program develops, please check our website for updates.
PRESENTED BY: University of Missouri Health Care – Burn and Wound Program | MU Center for Health Ethics | MU School of Medicine | MU Center for Continuing Medical Education & Physician Lifelong Learning | MU Sinclair School of Nursing | MU Extension
Your opportunity to learn about effective models, policies, research, and information focused on the many issues confronted by clinics, Critical Access Hospitals and their rural communities is now a virtual event Sept. 22-25.
Registration for the 2020 Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) National Training Program (NTP) virtual workshops is open. Session dates are listed below.
Select the hyperlinked event title(s) to register for those you’re interested in attending. You’ll be prompted to login to the NTP virtual workshop webpage. To login, use the same email address and password you use to register for all NTP webinars. If you don’t have an account, you’ll need to create one before registering. After you register for an event, you’ll get an email confirmation and calendar appointment. Please email NTPHelp@cms.hhs.gov if you need help with your account or registration. Sessions will open at 12pm, with the live presentations starting at 1pm and conclude no later than 3:30pm (ET). Sessions will be recorded for later viewing.
Session materials will be available for download during the events.
NOTE:Registration requests will be considered on a first-come, first-serve basis until each session reaches capacity. The number of attendees from the same organization may be limited. If any session reaches capacity, we’ll work to schedule an additional offering for a later date.
The 30th Annual Conference Caring for the Frail Elderly, Care of the Older Adult Across the Continuum will be held August 20-21, 2020, at the Holiday Inn Executive Center, Columbia, Missouri. Registration for this live, in-person conference is limited to ensure current COVID-19 health and safety guidelines are met. CE Credit will be awarded by the University of Missouri Sinclair School of Nursing. Additional CE(s) may be available as the program develops, please check the website for updates.
Registration is now open for the National Organization of State Offices of Rural Health Grant Writing Institute (GWI). GWI features a series of nine online learning sessions covering every aspect of grant writing with a unique rural health focus. The series is intended for beginners seeking to gain the skills to research and draft winning proposals from various agencies.
Class size is limited and registration deadline is July 19th. Group discounts are available. Sign up 4 students get the 5th one free. Click here to REGISTER NOW!
In light of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, the 2020 National Ryan White Conference on HIV Care and Treatment (NRWC) is officially going virtual! The conference dates will remain August 11-14, 2020, but the times will be adjusted to accommodate different time zones. Registered participants are still encouraged to attend the full length of the conference, however the virtual platform would allow for more flexibility.
The health, well-being, and safety of all of our attendees is the top priority for HAB leadership. While there is not yet sufficient data on whether people with HIV are more susceptible or more likely to develop severe disease, we must take every precaution to reduce any potential risk to the vulnerable population the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program serves.
We know many of the registered attendees and speakers are working on the front lines of the COVID-19 response around the world. This virtual format will allow those on the front line to still have an opportunity to attend the conference and not take them away from the communities they are working hard to serve.
Please note, all Marriott Marquis Washington, DC hotel reservations will be cancelled on behalf of registered attendees. There is no need to contact the hotel to request a reservation cancellation.
Registration is still open and will remain open until July 31, 2020! If you have not already done so, please visit the conference website to complete your registration.