Check out what is upcoming for NWAHEC activities this Fall! Live webinar and/or social distancing measures will be in place for all activities. We hope you will join us for these upcoming activities!
We have some great activities planned upcoming. Most activities are still virtual learning with blended learning options. We have some IN PERSON activities coming up this Fall. See below some upcoming programs we've highlighted...and be sure to check out our Course Catalog to view all of the activities.
With skill and compassion, these caregivers are an exceptional group of professionals that have the benefit of spending the greatest amount of time with the persons being served. Because they are typically the first to observe changes in status, they have potential to be the source of solutions to a majority of the challenges confronting most care settings. Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs). Certified Medical Assistants (CMAs), Home Care Aides (HCAs) and Personal Support Staff and others are welcome!
Recorded sessions from the March 31, 2021 Annual STD Update are now available online! Stay up-to-date on information with prevention, management and treatment of sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
Join us on May 6, 2021, 9:00 AM - 2:30 PM for this very timely live webinar. This retreat will focus on self-care and helping professionals to prevent personal burnout in their care of others.
The Office of Rural Health (ORH) and North Carolina Area Health Education Center (AHEC) invite you to participate in no-charge educational offerings to learn more about screening for unmet social needs, NCCARE360, and human service organizations in the region.
The 2021 Geriatric Conference Planning Committee invites you to join us in promoting the strengths of today’s older adults .Save the date to participate live via WebEx on May 14th 8:30AM-12:45PM! Registration is now open, click here to register!
Coming to you in April...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.
This year's iteration will be entirely virtual. Participants will have the entire month of April to view recorded lectures at their leisure. All lectures must be viewed to receive continuing education credit.
9th Annual Breastfeeding Forum: Practices for the Future will be held on March 31, 2021 - Live webinar only!
This one-day conference will focus on techniques to assist women with breastfeeding, and update care providers on breastfeeding techniques and tips to ensure a successful breastfeeding experience.