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Dec 03, 2019 | Contact Hours 6.30 | USD $249.99 | Toledo, Ohio
Ethics 2.0: When Clinical Goes Digital is organized by PESI HealthCare on Dec 03, 2019 at Park Inn by Radisson Toledo, OH, Toledo, Ohio, United States of America. This Course has been approved for a maximum of 6.3 contact hours / 6.25 CE Hours / 6.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Target Audience: • Counselors • Social Workers • Marriage & Family Therapists • Psychologists • Case Managers • Addiction Counselors • Therapists • Nurses • Other Mental Health Professionals Course Description: Let’s face it – the digital age is here to stay, and it has ushered in a complete paradigm shift in what it means to provide quality, ethical mental health treatment. Your current clients, and potential new ones, are accustomed to being able to receive every imaginable service using technology as the format. It only stands to reason that they are seeking, and even expecting, the type of services you provide to be available in the same fashion. Whether you are already in the digital space, or your realize the you want and even need to be, the ethical considerations are unique, complex, and exciting all at the same time. Let Lois Fenner, R.N., M.S., Attorney at Law, be your guide as you explore the ethical issues related to social media, blogs, websites, and more. Through discussion, case examples, and experiential exercises, learn how to address complex ethical dilemmas while maintaining the highest standards of clinical practice. Objectives: • Explain how a practical model for ethical decision-making informs the clinical practice setting. • Articulate the legal and ethical codes that relate to utilizing technology while providing mental health services. • Establish ethical practices to ensure client safety, maintain confidentiality and obtain informed consent when utilizing distance mental health services. • Consider cultural differences when using technology and articulate how this may inform the clinician’s choice of treatment interventions. • Establish clear ethical guidelines to address the potential for a dual relationship when interacting with clients via technology. • Explore potential ethical issues for a clinician relating to social media, blogs and websites. Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
Jan 11 - 12, 2020 | CE Hours 16.00 | USD $575 | Toledo, Ohio
Treatment of Common Extremity Dysfunction through Mobilization is organized by Great Lakes Seminars (GLS) and will be held from Jan 11 - 12, 2020 at ProMedica Flower Hospital, Toledo, Ohio, United States of America. This course has been approved for a maximum of 16 continuing education hours. Course Description: There are few classes available where you will learn how to treat so many common extremity dysfunctions with so much success. This is a class that will change how you look at common extremity diagnoses and will help you to start treating differently on Monday morning. The focus of the class is using joint mobilization to normalize the stress on the tissues around a joint; immediately decreasing the stress on the tissues and secondary pain that this creates. This will take your understanding of extremity mobilization far beyond what you learned in school. As with all of our manual therapy courses, this seminar will follow a progression of principles and reinforce them throughout the 16 hours, is at least 75% hands-on lab, and will give the clinician hands-on skills they use immediately upon their return to the clinical setting. Course Objectives: At the completion of this seminar, the participant will be able to: • Accurately explain the rationale for performing joint mobilization and its specific physiological effects • Explain and correctly demonstrate grading, oscillation techniques and sustained-hold techniques of joint mobilizations • Accurately identify the joint surface anatomy of each joint discussed in this course. • Accurately explain the application of the joint surface anatomy to the mechanics of each joint discussed in this course • Demonstrate proper extremity mobilization technique, hand placement, and body mechanics during lab scenarios Topics Covered: • Overview of surface structure and its effect on mobilization • Introduction and review of conservative and aggressive mobilization techniques with emphasis on functional application • Introduction and review of dynamic mobilization techniques • The shoulder / scapula • The elbow • The wrist and hand • The hip • The knee • The ankle and foot • Application to specific clinical situations
Sep 19 - 20, 2020 | CE Hours 16.00 | USD $575 | Toledo, Ohio
Advanced Dynamic Anatomy: Bridging the Gap between Anatomy & Treatment is organized by Great Lakes Seminars (GLS) and will be held from Sep 19 - 20, 2020 at NOMS CPW Healthcare, Toledo, Ohio, United States of America. Accreditation: This course has been submitted for 16 continuing education hours. Approval amounts may vary per state. Certificates of attendance with the number of course hours will be given to each participant at the completion of the course. Course Description: This class will give the clinician the ability to find the cause of muscle weakness and the patient’s pain based on functional anatomy principles. This will enable the clinician to direct their patients to a quicker, more successful recovery. Attendees will learn how to palpate all muscles that are responsible for dysfunction along with learning the difference between muscle function and action, so they will be able to immediately recognize muscle dysfunction and identify the specific muscle at fault. Come learn what to do with the muscular system we were never taught in school. This course will definitely change the way you view finding the cause of common orthopedic problems and make treatment easier. Attendees should have a basic knowledge of anatomy as this is an applied anatomy course. As with all of our manual therapy courses, this seminar will follow a progression of principles and reinforce them throughout the 16 hours, is at least 75% hands-on lab, and will give the clinician hands-on skills they can use immediately upon their return to the clinical setting. Course Objectives: At the completion of this seminar, the participant will be able to: • Confidently palpate and correctly differentiate each of the muscles covered in class in the upper extremity, the trunk and the lower extremity • Correctly and independently state and locate the origin and insertion of each of the muscles covered in the class • Independently demonstrate and verbalize how 10 muscle dysfunctions relate to common symptom patterns found within the body.