This webinar series will provide physicians, nurses and other health care professionals throughout Nebraska and the region with the information and tools needed to care for patients who are known or suspected to have COVID-19. These webinars will address a wide variety of clinical and related topics that will help frontline providers move forward with confidence. FREE. Available until June 30, 2021
These enduring material modules are recordings of presentations from the 2020 Diabetes Update symposium held October 9, 2020. These on-demand webinars are intended for physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, dietitians, pharmacists, and others who care for patients with diabetes. $60. Available until December 10, 2021
These modules cover the impact that opioid use disorder has played on our society and the health of our communities. The first module covers the different roles that office staff can play in the treatment of patients with substance use disorders. The second module uses a patient-physician interaction to demonstrate how to assess, diagnose and initiate treatment for opioid use disorder. FREE. Available until November 21, 2021
This webinar series will feature information about the purpose and implementation of the clinical pathways project and highlight the important topics relating to breast cancer care for young women. The goal of these pathways is to cue oncology care providers to internal and external resources, evidence, and open research studies to guide the treatment and support of young women diagnosed with breast cancer. FREE. Available until February 1, 2021
This webinar will describe responsibilities of hospitals and clinical providers pertaining to Nebraska’s procedure to comply with Public Law 114-198, the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act (CARA) of 2016, which addresses the needs of substance-exposed infants. It will also address substance use disorder (SUD) and best practices in caring for these families. FREE. Available until November 13, 2021
This two-part webinar series will provide an overview of brain injuries, how to screen for them, and the effects of physical and emotional trauma on the brain. FREE. Available until June 9, 2021
UNMC CCE jointly provides certified continuing education activities with Bio Ascend, an independent medical education company committed to supporting health care providers in their efforts to translate innovative science into clinical practice. The target audience for this activity is clinicians who treat patients with indolent and aggressive B-cell lymphomas including hematologists, medical oncologists, oncology nurses, nurse practitioners, oncology pharmacists, and other healthcare professionals. FREE. Activity expiration dates may vary.