One of the rate limiting factors of educating nursing students is having enough clinically active nurses who are certified to meet the various nursing programs’ accreditation requirements. Nursing students are required to spend time with a qualified nursing educator in order to meet their graduation requirements. These clinically active nurses are typically employed by a healthcare facility and already very busy with caring for patients. It takes a highly motivated and skilled nurse to be able to care for patients and appropriately teach nursing students at the same time.
Dr. Joel B. Miller is an obstetrician-gynecologist in Hickory, North Carolina who was affiliated with multiple hospitals in the area, including Frye Regional Medical Center and Catawba Valley Medical Center. He received his medical degree from Wake Forest School of Medicine of Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center. Dr. Miller and is now retired with more than 40 years of OBGYN career.
This conference will unite the behavioral health community while highlighting the voices of people with lived experiences to discuss new treatment strategies, connect and engage with national and influential leaders, and take away critical knowledge to address the significant changes in addiction treatment, harm reduction strategies, and build new partnerships.
Participate live via WebEx on May 5th, 8:30am - 3:30pm
We were delighted to speak with Dr. Erin Saner on our Healthcare Insights Podcast and discuss her background with Northwest AHEC Health Careers which helped lead her into becoming a Medical Doctor and Assistant Instructor of Family & Community Medicine at Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist.
The conference is a place where individuals working and involved in recovery as defined in its broadest terms can share their work and gain support from others involved in the recovery movement. Join us April 27-29, 2022 at The Conference Center at GTCC, Colfax, NC. Register by April 12th for discounted rates!
This continuing medical education activity is intended for pediatricians, as well as family medicine physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and nurses who provide care to infants, children and adolescents.
Dr. John Tinga practiced Obstetrics in eastern North Carolina for 40 years and delivered over 8,000 babies. We recently had him on our Healthcare Insights Podcast where he talks about his training, the challenges with rural medicine, his experience with AHEC, and shares his insights on the joys and challenges of medical practice.
The 2022 Update will provide up-to-date information on prevention, management and treatment of sexually transmitted infections (STIs). This activity will address best practices related to prevention strategies for STIs including HIV, hepatitis and vaginitis. Approaches to addressing the syndemic of substance abuse and STIs will also be reviewed. The format will include case studies of common disease states that may complicate treatment, explore emerging infections and discuss the
future of testing technique implementation.
This activity is geared toward medical examiners, forensic practitioners, law enforcement, EMT, attorneys, as well as medical providers on all levels with the aim of improving knowledge around forensically relevant topics.