Are you ready to add revenue to your practice by providing Botox services? Start your education with Dr. Katz, who has condensed into this video the practical knowledge needed to jump start your Botox business. Course topics include: Needle techniques including sites, needle depths, angles, dilutions and doses. Aesthetic treatments addressing wrinkles and lines on the forehead, glabella, around the eyes, nose, around the mouth, on the chin, and on the neck. Therapeutic treatments including pain from tense muscles including tension headaches, migraines, TMD and facial pain. Course also includes an interactive cheat sheet, sample post-op, consent & facial pain history forms. Why learn from Dr. Katz? He is the the inventor named on the patent applications for all the Botulinum toxins (including Botox, Dysport and Xeomin). Note: Although anyone can take this course, please check with your state board to find out if you are able to legally practice.
This course is designed for those who are taking care of diabetes patients, and also who are patients themselves. This online training course provides the practical knowledge and skills necessary to provide an effective and efficient service for people with diabetes. The Diabetes Online Training Course is aimed to meet the educational needs of healthcare professionals who are looking to continue health education. On completion, a candidate will have: Better understanding of multidisciplinary approach to diabetes care Enhanced confidence and understanding of management of diabetics Improved critical analysis and interpretation of data
This refresher course will give you the main points to remember about noise and hearing conservation. For more complete information, be sure to take the full-length course. Duration: 7 minutes.
This course is geared towards employees who work in an assisted living facility and other healthcare professionals. According to WI State Regulations, those that work in an AFH, are required to obtain 8 hours of continuing education and CBRF employees are required to obtain 15 hours of continuing education a year. For further details on continuing education regulations, please see DHS 83 or 88. This course consists of a Medication Administration course presentation, video and an exam. Upon completion of the course, students will receive a certificate for 1.5 hours of Medication Administration continuing education.
This course is geared towards employees who work in an assisted living facility. According to WI State Regulations, those that work in an AFH, are required to obtain 8 hours of continuing education and CBRF employees are required to obtain 15 hours of continuing education a year. For further details on continuing education regulations, please see DHS 83 or 88. This course consists of a Fire Safety course presentation, video and an exam. Upon completion of the course, students will receive a certificate for 1.5 hours of WI Fire Safety continuing education. ALL MEDLIVING ACADEMY COURSES, ARE TAUGHT BY A WI STATE CBRF TRAINER
This Class will cover the following: determining nutritional needs, menu planning, food preparation and food sanitation. At the end of the class, the student will receive a course certificate for 3 hours of Dietary Needs Training. This Training is geared for those working in Assisted Living in the state of WI ALL MEDLIVING ACADEMY COURSES, ARE TAUGHT BY A WI STATE CBRF TRAINER
This course is geared towards employees who work in an assisted living facility or other healthcare providers. According to WI State Regulations, those that work in assisted living, are required to obtain continuing education every year. This course consists of a Standard Precautions course presentation, video and an exam. Upon completion of the course, students will receive a certificate for 1.5 hours of Standard Precautions continuing education. ALL MEDLIVING ACADEMY COURSES, ARE TAUGHT BY A WI STATE CBRF TRAINER
The Resident Rights/Abuse and Neglect Online Training Course explains the rights of a resident under WI DHS 83.32 (3). This training course includes: house rules, coercion, retaliation, confidentiality, restraints, self-determination and grievance procedures for assisted living and healthcare providers. The modules that would be covered in this 2 hour online course are: Resident Rights Questions Resident Rights Slides Resident Rights Presentation State of WI Client Rights Brochure Resident Rights/Grievance Resident Abuse Slides Abuse and Neglect presentation Resident Rights and Abuse Quiz Upon completion of this online training course, the candidate will receive a certificate for 2 hours in Resident Rights/Abuse and Neglect.
This class includes topics on: Recognizing and responding to aggressive, destructive behaviors to self and other; along with strategies that work in supporting a person. This class also teaches ways to help with stress in the work place, when working with challenging behaviors and geard for those working in a CBRF and other Assisted Living Facilities. Upon completion of this course a 2 hour training completion certificate will be awarded
Under CBRF 83.21 Regulations, all employees who serve more than one client must take a Client Group Course with in 90 days of employment. This Client Group course will cover the following groups: Intellectual disability, Downs Syndrome, Autism, Epilepsy, and Alzheimer's disease. UPON COMPLETION OF THIS COURSE, STUDENTS WILL BE ISSUED A PRINTABLE CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION FOR 2.5 HOURS
The main objective of this session is to make sure you know how to keep your establishment clean and sanitary. By the time the session is over, you should be able to understand why cleanliness and sanitation are essential in food service, maintain good personal hygiene, identify the characteristics of a clean and sanitary food service establishment, know what to clean and sanitize and how to do it, and prevent pest infestations. Duration: 27 minutes
The main objective of this session is to make sure you know how to store all kinds of food safely. By the time the session is over, you should be able to understand why proper food storage is important, know how to store food safely, and identify safe storage times for refrigerated, frozen, canned, and packaged dry food. Duration: 24 minutes
The main objective of this session is to review what to expect from a food service inspection of your establishment. By the time the session is over, you should be able to understand the purpose of food service inspections, identify different types of inspections, know what inspectors look for, prepare effectively for food service inspections, act appropriately during an inspection, and help ensure a successful outcome without violations. Duration: 27 minutes
A simple guide to Hand Hygiene. The course includes free download of PDF and Outine. Annualized training for CDC guideline to Hand Hygiene for Healthcare workers and students. Certificate upon compleation.
This course invetigates the following topics: Why Organ Donation is important Best Practices in Organ Donation How physicians can support organ donation. One CME credit certificate will be awarded to those who pass the assessment after completing this course.
This course increases awareness of prescription, synthethic and over the counter drug abuse. The course covers prescription drug diversion, proper disposal, cough medicines and synthetic drugs such as K-2 Spice (synthetic marijuana), and bath salts.
The mental health of law enforcement officers is a critical issue. Those involved in law enforcement, and their families, are subjected to stressors unlike any other group in the U.S. This course was prepared “by cops, for cops” in hopes that the information gained here will encourage officers to address the destructive effects of stress before they become serious. This course will examine the role of stress on law enforcement officers. Terminology Statistics Causal factors Mental and physical signs and symptoms Recommendations for reducing stress and its effects.
Drug Identification and Paraphernalia Training is designed to make law enforcement officers familiar with trends in designer drugs. The online training course also highlights tools and techniques to investigate drug related crimes. Participants will view drug images, their methods of use, their effects, and various types of paraphernalia common to drug abuse. By the end of this training course, a candidate would be able to: Identify rave history and current trends Identify drug paraphernalia and trends Identify indicators and warning signs
H1N1 (sometimes called “swine flu”) is an influenza virus causing illness in people. This new virus was first detected in people in the United States in April 2009 and has re-emerged as an epidemic in the US in 2013-2014. This virus is spreading from person-to-person worldwide, probably in much the same way that regular seasonal influenza viruses spread. The purpose of this course is to provide information on the H1N1 flu virus and to recommend ways to avoid spread of the virus.
This course covers HIPAA Privacy and HIPAA Security for covered entities. It consists of two modules, HIPAA Privacy (approximately 40 minutes) and HIPAA Security (approximately 40 minutes). Each module has 10-15 interactive quiz questions interspersed with short video segments. Trainees must score at least 70% correct on the quiz questions to pass each module. NOTE: This is the 80-minute version of this course. We also have a 40-minute version of this course, which contains 20-minute versions of the HIPAA Privacy and HIPAA Security modules. The 40-minute course covers the same topics but in less detail with fewer examples. Topics covered: HIPAA PRIVACY • Health Privacy: HIPAA and Beyond • What Is PHI? • Confidentiality and Snooping • Minimum Necessary Rule • Disclosures • Personal Rights • Compliance Logs • Authorization • Enforcement HIPAA SECURITY • Data Security Overview • Passwords • Websites and Software • Email • Data Disposal • Physical Access • Portable Devices • Social Engineering • Data Security Breach