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Continuing education opportunities for health care providers
For more about continuing education offered by Allina Health Learning & Development,
Online class registration and payment
To register and pay for continuing education classes through Saba, the Allina Health learning management system, take these steps:
April 2, 2014, The Commons at Midtown Exchange, 2925 Chicago Avenue, Greenway Level, Pettingill Hall, Minneapolis, MN 55407
This conference is intended for healthcare professionals who provide or are interested in geriatric care, including nurses, therapists, social workers and pharmacists. The curriculum is designed to provide a comprehensive foundation for the care of geriatric patients and their families.
April 4, 2014, Allina Commons, 2925 Chicago Avenue Minneapolis, MN 55407
The focus of this conference is to increase the awareness of complications, barriers, and disturbances to the healing process in rehabilitation health care and to support the continued growth of attendees’ knowledge and expertise to innovatively overcome those barriers in the specialty of rehabilitation nursing.
April 6-8, 2014, Sheraton and Doubletree Hotels, Bloomington, MN
The goal of this conference is to to advance the knowledge of healthcare professionals who provide end-of-life services, resulting in improved quality of care for patients, families and communities.
Saturday, April 12, 2014, America’s Best Value Inn, 230 East Main Street, Albert Lea, Minnesota 56007
Conference presentations include: Pain in Parkinson’s Disease; New Advances in Parkinson’s Disease; BIG and Loud therapies; Parkinson’s and the Changing Future; and Balancing Shattered Dreams: Resiliency and Hope
April 25, 2014, Allina Commons, 2925 Chicago Avenue Minneapolis, MN 55407
The goals of the course include a review of common issues encountered in the daily practice of hospital medicine and an evidence-based approach to managing them. Case presentation sessions will allow all participants to engage in medical decision-making in the context of a variety of clinical scenarios.
April 25-26, 2014, Radisson Blu Hotel, 35 South 7th Street, Minneapolis MN 55402
This conference will provide opportunities for interventional cardiologists, cardiac surgeons and clinical cardiologists to learn from leading valve therapy experts from across the country. Faculty will present innovations in surgical and catheter-based valve therapies, and discuss the latest guidelines and recommendations for clinical practice.
April 28, 2014, Marriott Hotel, 2020 American Boulevard East, Bloomington, MN 55425
Abbott Northwestern Hospital’s Spine Institute is pleased to host the fifth annual Spine Symposium, an educational conference for advance practice nurses, nurses, case managers and other health care professionals who would like to build or update their knowledge in the care of patients with spinal disease. Participants will learn about new research, improved care processes and cutting edge technology to provide optimal management for the spine patient.
April 29, 2014, Earle Brown Heritage Center, 6115 Earle Brown Drive, Brooklyn Center, MN 55430
This conference is designed for physicians, nurses, social workers, childbirth educators, postnatal educators, doulas, chaplains and other allied health professionals and students who honor, support and serve patients and families who experience pregnancy and infant loss. See attached brochure under Preparing tab for more details and accreditation information. ALL attendees must register in SABA. Registration deadline is April 21.
Perinatal orientation and course offerings
Wednesday, May 21, 2014, Allina Commons, 2925 Chicago Avenue Minneapolis, MN 55407
A dynamic, informative and clinically focused program developed specifically for the practicing nurse, this fast paced, comprehensive and intense review studies AP and IP disorders that impact the fetus and the neonate, along with fetal/ neonatal factors of concern for transitioning to extrauterine life; examines recognition and stabilization of the high-risk neonate via head-to-toe comprehensive physical assessment; and discusses physiology, pathophysiology, signs/symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and prognosis of the neonate.
Thursday, May 22, 2014, Allina Commons, 2925 Chicago Avenue Minneapolis, MN 55407
Caring for this vulnerable population requires excellent nursing skills that follow the nursing process and focus on patient safety. This course reviews these issues with a focus both on the legal process and how your care is reviewed. Topics include: a review of the nursing process, documentation, common areas of litigation, patient safety initiatives; and prevention of liability.
Monday and Tuesday, October 6-7, 2014, Allina Commons, 2925 Chicago Avenue Minneapolis, MN 55407
This two-day course is a multi-disciplinary, patient safety approach to electronic fetal monitoring that will help you identify the limitations of EFM as a diagnostic tool, recognize the physiologic significance of moderate variability and FHR accelerations, evaluate new technology, and more.