Thursday, January 23, 1-3 pm CST
Opioid abuse has become epidemic, but education can help you manage your patients’ pain safely. This free webinar will feature a case-based presentation in which two pain management experts will discuss best practices for treating patients in pain, including appropriate monitoring.
2.0 CE hours available: ACCME, ANCC, APA, CCHP
Thursday, February 20, 1-2 pm CST
This workshop will review the concept of personality and what it means to have a personality disorder. Topics will include impairments in personality functioning, pathological personality traits common among incarcerated patients and how personality disordered patients present in health care settings. The speaker will provide practical recommendations for addressing pathological personality traits among patients to ensure quality health care outcomes while maintaining a caring, professional stance.
1.0 CE hour available: ACCME, ANCC, APA, CCHP
PRECONFERENCE SEMINARS MAY 2-3
CONFERENCE MAY 4-5 • EXHIBITS MAY 4-5
HYATT REGENCY • 265 PEACHTREE NE, ATLANTA
The Spring Conference on Correctional Health Care is your source for multidisciplinary education! With four days of quality educational programming, correctional health professionals will get the latest information and best practices on improving patient care with top-notch networking. Expect 26.75 hours of CE credit. Go to the event website.
HYATT REGENCY DENVER AT COLORADO CONVENTION CENTER
The Correctional Mental Health Care Conference is an extraordinary opportunity to dig deep into the daily and long-term challenges facing correctional institutions, leaders and staff. Spend two days learning and sharing, find best practices and enhance skills and systems necessary to manage mental health care delivery in correctional settings.
Continuing Education Credit
Conference attendees: To claim continuing education credit, you need to complete the online evaluation. Log on to your myNCCHC account and click on the event evaluation link. Even if you don't need the credit, we value your feedback because it helps us develop future programs that meet your needs.