The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Nurse Refresher Course is online and self-paced, helping you continue to balance work, life, and your career.
This series of one-hour lectures will provide health care providers with best practices for prevention, screening, identification and treatment of disordered eating.
This virtual meeting is designed to familiarize attendees with current understanding of the etiology and treatment options for selected unmet cancer and treatment related symptoms, toxicities and CCDR challenges. It will also review the current and planned studies developed by the Wake Forest NCORP Research Base addressing these issues.
Registration is now open for this upcoming virtual conference. Join us on Friday, October 22nd.
Participation in dance as a sport continues to grow. As a result of increased participation, therefore, there is a growing need for health care providers to understand this group of athletes and their unique demands: their biomechanics are extreme, their psychosocial stressors are significant and the treatments they require are unique.
For 39 years the Gravidas at Risk Annual Perinatal Conference has been keeping attendees informed of the clinical issues and strategies important in the care of high-risk pregnant women. We had a very successful webinar last year for this activity and will hold this years conference via live webinar again. Holding webinars allows for better reach to our target audience and helps Health Department nurses obtain this critical information even on limited time and travel budget.
Roderica “Nicole” McLaurin was a beloved staff member of the Northwest AHEC. She unexpectedly passed away in October 2020 after delivering her second son, Dylan. Nicole grew up in Winston Salem and graduated from Fayetteville State University. During her childhood she was a little sister in the local Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) organization. When she returned home from college, she worked at BBBS and became a Big Sister herself. She lived the vision of the organization “all youth achieve their full potential.”
Gynecologic Cancer Basics & FAQ on Monday, September 20, 2021 at 11:30AM. Join us for A FREE VIRTUAL CME EVENT. PRESENTED BY: David Shalowitz, MD, MSHP!
In this series, we will explore implicit bias, intersectionality, and other cultural factors that affect behavioral health treatment. You will learn about strategies and resources for supporting LGBTIQA, Muslim, Latinx, and African-American clients and how to create a more welcoming and inclusive practice. You may attend individual sessions or the entire series.