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Free Webinars from HRET/HIIN
The Foundation for Healthy Communities is participating in the Hospital Improvement Innovation Network(/HIIN) through the AHA- Health Research & Education Trust (HRET) to offer various webinars on improving the quality and safety of patient care in the acute care setting. These videos/webinars are available free of charge and offer Continuing Nurse Education Credits to those who participate. These videos can be viewed at any time of your choosing. This link will bring you to upcoming webinars but you can also go to from their to the resources tab to a library of past videos.
Women's Health Forum 2017
This program is sponsored by Catholic Medical Center and Dartmouth-Hitchcock. Participants can earn up to 4 CEU's. There is a modest fee of $59.00 to attend, but event includes a continental breakfast and lunch.
The Power of Palliative Care
Catholic Medical Center is sponsoring a day long conference on palliative care services across the care continuum. This conference will be held at the Puritan Back Room, on Thursday, October 26th, from 8:00 am to 4:40 pm. CEs are offered for full program attendance only. There is a nominal fee of $20.00 to attend.
Enhancing COPD Management in Primary Care
Breathe NH is hosting a full day conference that begins with a keynote address from Dr. Bartolome Celli from Brigham and Women's Hospital. This will be followed by experts in their fields in diagnosis, treatment, and management of the COPD patient. The event will be held at Manchester Country Club on November 16, from 7:45 am to 4:15 pm. There is a registration fee of $125.00 for this program.
SBIRT Training via Kognito Simulation
S•BI•RT (Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment) is an evidence-based approach to identify, reduce, and prevent risky, excessive, unhealthy and harmful use of alcohol, tobacco or other substances. SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) and the current Surgeon General’s Report: Facing Addiction in America call it out as the most effective public health intervention to help adolescent dealing with the impact of misuse of alcohol and other substances. The New Hampshire Charitable Foundation through a grant with Conrad N. Hilton Foundation is excited to make available a FREE Kognito simulation, which offers health and behavioral health care providers working in any setting the opportunity to refresh—or to begin to practice and develop—their screening, brief intervention and motivational interviewing skills. Please see the attached brochure for more information about the program. For more details about the science behind the development of the tool, visit Kognito’s website at https://kognito.com. Free training and technical assistance is available from the NH Center for Excellence to help your organization adopt S•BI•RT as standard of care in your practice. For more information about the S•BI•RT initiative in NH and additional resources, visit SBIRTNH.org.
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