Professional Medical Education


Allina Health Learning and Development

Allina Health Learning and Development offers continuing education opportunities for health care professionals. You do not need to be an Allina Health employee to take advantage of the opportunities listed below. All activities below offer CME, CEU and more!

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Accredited continuing education opportunities

Events are offered in a virtual, in-person or hybrid (virtual and in-person) setting. 

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Neuroscience Nursing Symposium
Monday, August 30
Location: Radisson Blu MOA, Bloomington
Approved credit: ANCC

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Certified Rehabilitation Registered Nurse (CRRN) Review Course 
September 27 & 28
Location: Allina Commons
Credit: ANCC
Event registration

Cardiovascular Prevention Symposium: Optimal Preventive Care in 2021
September 30
Location: Edina Country Club
Virtual and in-person offering
Prevention Web Page

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Obstetric Critical Care Conference
October 5 & 6
Virtual offering
Credit: CME, MOC, ANCC


Trauma Care After Resuscitation (TCAR) – 2-day Trauma Fundamental Course
October 20 & 21
Location: Mercy Hospital
Credit: ANCC


6th Annual Spine Consensus Conference
November 5
Virtual Offering
Credit: CME, MNBN


Stroke Certified Registered Nurse (SCRN) Review Course
November 8 & 9
Virtual Offering + TBD possible in-person to be added
Credit: ANCC


MHVI Fall Cardiovascular Conference
November 18
Location: Bunker Hills
Credit: CME, MNBN         


Minneapolis Heart Institute Virtual Cardiovascular Symposium
Fall/Winter TBD
Virtual Offering
Credit: CME/MNBN      
Broadcast Med: Link to come