Case Management Continuing Education Courses
Case Management CEU. Pre-approved for nurse case managers.
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Signs and symptoms of asthma, diagnosis and assessment, pharmacologic treatments, long-term management, complications, and managing asthma attacks.
| Breast Cancer
Care of patients with breast cancer, including approaches to prevention, assessment of risk factors, screening and diagnosis methods, current treatment modalities, survivorship, and end-of-life issues.
| Childhood Obesity
Childhood obesity prevalence, consequences, contributing factors; assessment, prevention, interventions; ethical issues.
| Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
Causes and forms of COPD, characteristics, effects of smoking, long-term treatment and management, pulmonary rehabilitation, treatment of acute exacerbations.
| Coronary Artery Disease (CAD)
Caring for patients with or at risk for CAD. Course covers pathophysiology, clinical presentations, risk factors and prevention measures, assessment and diagnosis, complications and comorbidities, emergency treatment, and management of acute/chronic coronary artery disease.
| Diabetes Mellitus, Type 1
Development, diagnosis, treatment regiments, and management of type 1 diabetes mellitus (T1DM); interventions to avoid acute and chronic complications.
| Diabetes Mellitus, Type 2
Type 2 diabetes: causes, prevention strategies for patients at risk, assessment and screening criteria, treatment, complications, and long-term plan of care.
| Disease Management: An Overview
Overview of disease management, a coordinated system focusing on empowering patients with chronic medical conditions to engage in self-management activities and maintain medication adherence, in addition to adhering to evidence-based guidelines for chronic medical condition management.
| End-of-Life Care
End-of-Life Care CE course for case managers, 6 contact hours, on palliative care and hospice; postmortem care and bereavement. Provides guidance in caring for and supporting your terminal patient and their family; covers pain management, ethical, legal, and psychosocial issues.
| Ethics for Case Managers: CCMC Board-Certified Case Manager CE
REQUIRED FOR CCMs This course is pre-approved by CCMC for 4 hours of ethics CE. Covers incorporating ethical principles and behaviors into the practice of healthcare case management; professional conduct code for case managers; general overview of civil and criminal law; ethical factors in end-of-life care and involuntary commitment.
| Ethics for Case Managers, Part 2: Coping with Burnout
REQUIRED FOR CCMs This course is pre-approved by CCMC for 1.5 hours of ethics CE. Covers the effects of stress and the relief of stress on the human body, and types of job-related stress common for healthcare workers, particularly burnout.
| HIV/AIDS Training and Education for Healthcare Professionals
Comprehensive review of HIV/AIDS. Covers etiology and epidemiology, transmission and infection control, testing, clinical manifestations and treatment, legal and ethical issues, and psychosocial issues.
| HIV/AIDS Training for Washington Healthcare Professionals (7 CH)
REQUIRED FOR LICENSURE Fulfills the requirement for 7 hours of HIV/AIDS training in Washington State. Covers transmission of HIV, infection control, WA laws concerning confidentiality and testing, clinical manifestations and treatment, psychosocial issues, and legal and ethical issues.
| Pain Management
Managing pain: understanding the experience of pain, providing appropriate assessment and ethical interventions for pain, and issues of consideration related to opioid use.
| Prostate Cancer
Epidemiology, diagnosis, and treatment of prostate cancer; approaches to prostate cancer screening and prevention, rehabilitation interventions, and care of patients and their significant others.
| Stroke: Comprehensive Acute Stroke Care
Anatomical alterations, pathophysiology, diagnosis, evaluation, and treatment options, emphasizing acute care and initial rehabilitation, for patients who have experienced a stroke.
TB infections, testing and treatment options, and infection control and prevention measures for the public and other healthcare providers.
| Wound Care
Wound assessment, treatment, and management for patients with acute and chronic wounds in various clinical settings.
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End-of-Life Care (6 contact hours)
Provide appropriate end-of-life care for the dying patient and their families. Includes palliative and hospice care recommendations.
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Coronary Artery Disease (7 contact hours)
Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the U.S. CAD can lead to heart attack. Update your knowledge to best patient outcomes today!
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