Online CE Webinars for Health Care Professionals

Join industry thought leaders and nationally known speakers as they present timely topics to health care professionals around the country. Each online seminar is approximately one hour and is available at no charge. Group presentations may be organized in your facility, or you may also attend them individually.

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1-2 PM EST A Seminar on Lysosomal Storage Diseases and Enzyme Replacement Therapy 1.0 ACPE, CCM, RN

This program will assist the learner in increasing clinical knowledge regarding this set of diseases.

1-2 PM EST A Seminar on X-linked Hypophosphatemia 1.0 ACPE, CCM, RN

This program provides an overview of X-Linked Hypophosphatemia, including the systems affected, manifestations and presentation of the disease as well treatment options available.

1-2 PM EST A Seminar on Emerging Therapies in PAH 1.0 ACPE, CCM, RN

There are several FDA approved therapies for PAH which have improved morbidity and survival, however there is still an unmet need given their poor prognosis. This program looks into potential future therapies for PAH.

1-2 PM EST A Seminar on Women’s Health 1.0 ACPE, CCM, RN

This program provides a clinical overview of the medications used to treat conditions unique to women’s health needs. The seminar will cover infertility, pre-term birth, and postpartum depression.

1-2 PM EST A Seminar on Lung Cancer 1.0 ACPE, CCM, RN

Overview and update of non-small cell lung cancer epidemiology, presentation, biomarker testing, and latest treatment options for patients.

1-2 PM EST Organ Donation: Understanding the Gift 1.0 CCM, CEPTC, RD, RN

This program provides an overview of the process of organ donation in the United States, including the types of donors and distribution process. The presentation also reviews the donor evaluation process, including the definition of brain death.

1-2 PM EST Overview of Solid Organ Transplantation 1.0 CCM, CEPTC, RD, RN

This program is a basic overview of organ transplantation, describing approximate costs and survival statistics for several types of organ recipients. A discussion of infection and rejection as major complications of transplantation is included.

1-2 PM EST Late Complications of Bone Marrow Transplantation 1.0 CCM, CEPTC, RD, RN

This clinical program reviews the basic process of bone marrow/blood transplantation, with a special focus on chronic and long-term complications.

1-2 PM EST Identifying Malnutrition and Applying Enteral Nutrition for Treatment 1.0 CCM, RD, RN

This program will define, understand, and differentiate among the three definitions used to describe adult disease-related malnutrition. Participants will understand the clinical and economic consequences of malnutrition.

1-2 PM EST How to Write a TPN Order 1.0 CCM, RD, RN

This program outlines the key parameters in nutrition assessment for the development of patient-specific PN solutions. The components of PN solution, the guidelines for safe PN delivery, and each step in the writing of a PN formula are also discussed in detail.

1-2 PM EST Management of Pediatric Short Bowel Syndrome 1.0 CCM, RD, RN

This program will define short bowel syndrome (SBS) and its underlying etiologies. It will discuss the physiologic complications of SBS, and define the role of nutrition support in SBS (enteral nutrition, parenteral nutrition).

1-2 PM EST The Nuts and Bolts of Enteral Nutrition 1.0 CCM, RD, RN

This program reviews the indications for tube feeding and covers the reimbursement guidelines for enteral therapy in the home care setting.

1-2 PM EST Nutritional Aspects of Wound Healing 1.0 CCM, RD, RN

This program reviews the normal healing process, as well as the critical role of nutrition in wound healing

1-2 PM EST Nutrition Support in the Oncology Patient 1.0 CCM, RD, RN

This program is a comprehensive summary of nutrition and oncology, with a focus on the potential negative impact that cancer and cancer treatments can have on nutritional status.

1-2 PM EST Refeeding Syndrome: The Silent Killer 1.0 CCM, RD, RN

This program defines refeeding syndrome and reviews patients at risk. Additionally, guidelines for safe initiation of parenteral nutrition are reviewed and case-based studies are discussed.

1-2 PM EST An Integrated Approach to Patient Care: Management of Pancreatitis 1.0 CCM, RD, RN

This program provides a comprehensive review of the pathophysiology of acute and chronic pancreatitis. Included is a review of nutritional and pain management concerns, as well as associated treatment.

1-2 PM EST Clinical Monitoring for the Home PN Patient 1.0 CCM, RD, RN

This program reviews the components of a comprehensive nutrition assessment for a home parenteral nutrition (PN) patient. It also describes the clinical and other monitoring parameters for the home PN patient, and how to avoid PN complication in the long-term home PN patients through diligent monitoring.

1-2 PM EST Medicare Reimbursement of Parenteral Nutrition 1.0 CCM, RD, RN, SW

This presentation explains Medicare reimbursement guidelines for patients on home parenteral nutrition therapy, and describes the Medicare documentation requirements for patient qualification and coverage.

1-2 PM EST Ethics in Nutrition Support 1.0 CCM, RD, RN, SW

This program presents the arguments for and against continuation and discontinuation of nutrition support. It also reviews related landmark Supreme Court decisions, and the role of the healthcare professional in educating patients about nutrition support options.

1-2 PM EST Cultural Competence: Implications for Healthcare Providers 1.0 CCM, RD, RN, SW

Healthcare organizations are responsible for assuring that patients receive care that is culturally appropriate. This presentation will define cultural concepts and will explore the national standards for Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS). Demographic statistics will be discussed, as well as requirements and obstacles to obtain cultural competence.

1-2 PM EST Medicare Qualification: Home Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension (PAH)Therapy 1.0 CCM, RN

This program will identify situations when Medicare Part B criteria applies to reimbursement for home pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) therapy.

1-2 PM EST The Basics of Hemophilia 1.0 CCM, RN

This program defines hemophilia and the clotting cascade, and identifies the types of hemophilia and treatment options.

1-2 PM EST The Hospice Patient on Inotropic Therapy 1.0 CCM, RN

This program assists the clinician in understanding the need for and the needs of the hospice patient on inotrope therapy.

1-2 PM EST Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy (CIDP) 1.0 CCM, RN

This program provides information about CIDP, including the disease process, treatment modalities and appropriate patient education.

1-2 PM EST Palliative Care: Enhancing the Vision of Quality Care 1.0 CCM, RN, SW

This program provides a working definition of palliative care. It helps the clinician identify proper comprehensive assessment skills and delivery methods for aggressive pain management, along with specific strategies for symptom management