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CAM Academy - Addiction Medicine 101
Jul 23, 2024
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM MST · Videoconference
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Hours:
2.5 Credit Hours
Cost:
$150.00

Description:

Addiction Medicine 101 is an introductory course that is designed to equip learners with fundamental knowledge and skills to understand, support, and advocate for people with substance use disorder (SUD). It covers critical topics such as the addiction cycle, the neuroscience of addiction, and those impacted by SUD. The course emphasizes using person-first language and cultivating a non-judgmental and empathetic approach when interacting with people affected by SUD. It explores recovery as a restorative approach and examines various approaches to holistic care. Additionally, the course familiarizes learners with the range of treatment and recovery resources available within communities, enabling them to make appropriate recommendations based on individual needs.

 

Prerequisites: 

  • Pre-recorded Words Matter Presentation: This pre-recorded training will be available to learners via registration email

 

Learning Objectives:

1. Describe the addiction cycle, the neuroscience of addiction, and those impacted by substance use disorder (SUD). 

2. Demonstrate person-first language and a non-judgmental and empathetic approach when working with and advocating for patients who use substances.

3. Identify strategies that support and empower patient-autonomy.

4. Identify the diverse range of treatment and recovery resources available within communities for the people we serve.

 

This course is offering 2.5 CNE and CME credit hours!

 

Aug 20, 2024
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM MST · Videoconference
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Hours:
2.5 Credit Hours
Cost:
$150.00

Description:

Addiction Medicine 101 is an introductory course that is designed to equip learners with fundamental knowledge and skills to understand, support, and advocate for people with substance use disorder (SUD). It covers critical topics such as the addiction cycle, the neuroscience of addiction, and those impacted by SUD. The course emphasizes using person-first language and cultivating a non-judgmental and empathetic approach when interacting with people affected by SUD. It explores recovery as a restorative approach and examines various approaches to holistic care. Additionally, the course familiarizes learners with the range of treatment and recovery resources available within communities, enabling them to make appropriate recommendations based on individual needs.

 

Prerequisites: 

  • Pre-recorded Words Matter Presentation: This pre-recorded training will be available to learners via registration email

 

Learning Objectives:

1. Describe the addiction cycle, the neuroscience of addiction, and those impacted by substance use disorder (SUD). 

2. Demonstrate person-first language and a non-judgmental and empathetic approach when working with and advocating for patients who use substances.

3. Identify strategies that support and empower patient-autonomy.

4. Identify the diverse range of treatment and recovery resources available within communities for the people we serve.

 

This course is offering 2.5 CNE and CME credit hours!

 

Sep 24, 2024
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM MST · Videoconference
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Hours:
2.5 Credit Hours
Cost:
$150.00

Description:

Addiction Medicine 101 is an introductory course that is designed to equip learners with fundamental knowledge and skills to understand, support, and advocate for people with substance use disorder (SUD). It covers critical topics such as the addiction cycle, the neuroscience of addiction, and those impacted by SUD. The course emphasizes using person-first language and cultivating a non-judgmental and empathetic approach when interacting with people affected by SUD. It explores recovery as a restorative approach and examines various approaches to holistic care. Additionally, the course familiarizes learners with the range of treatment and recovery resources available within communities, enabling them to make appropriate recommendations based on individual needs.

 

Prerequisites: 

  • Pre-recorded Words Matter Presentation: This pre-recorded training will be available to learners via registration email

 

Learning Objectives:

1. Describe the addiction cycle, the neuroscience of addiction, and those impacted by substance use disorder (SUD). 

2. Demonstrate person-first language and a non-judgmental and empathetic approach when working with and advocating for patients who use substances.

3. Identify strategies that support and empower patient-autonomy.

4. Identify the diverse range of treatment and recovery resources available within communities for the people we serve.

 

This course is offering 2.5 CNE and CME credit hours!

 

CAM Academy - Trauma-Responsive Care Workshop
Aug 15, 2024
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM MST · Videoconference
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Hours:
2.8 Credit Hours
Cost:
$150.00

This three-hour virtual workshop will increase knowledge and skills to deliver compassionate and effective care that acknowledges and addresses the impact of trauma. It provides tools to create trauma-responsive environments to promote healing in individuals who have experienced trauma.

 

By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:

1. Describe trauma and how protective factors can mitigate the impact of trauma.

2. Discuss the impact an elevated stress response can have on our bodies.

3. Discuss how racism and weathering impact health disparities for people of color.

4. Identify three techniques to provide a trauma-responsive care environment.

 

This course will provide 2.80 CNE and CME credit hours. 

If you are a Denver Health employee, please indicate you will pay by check and our team will waive your registration fee ignore payment prompts.

If you would like to discuss the course fee, please be in touch with us at CAMAcademy@dhha.org. 

Sep 19, 2024
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM MST · Videoconference
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Hours:
2.8 Credit Hours
Cost:
$150.00

This three-hour virtual workshop will increase knowledge and skills to deliver compassionate and effective care that acknowledges and addresses the impact of trauma. It provides tools to create trauma-responsive environments to promote healing in individuals who have experienced trauma.

 

By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:

1. Describe trauma and how protective factors can mitigate the impact of trauma.

2. Discuss the impact an elevated stress response can have on our bodies.

3. Discuss how racism and weathering impact health disparities for people of color.

4. Identify three techniques to provide a trauma-responsive care environment.

 

This course will provide 2.80 CNE and CME credit hours. 

If you are a Denver Health employee, please indicate you will pay by check and our team will waive your registration fee ignore payment prompts.

If you would like to discuss the course fee, please be in touch with us at CAMAcademy@dhha.org. 

Denver PTC - Virtual STD Intensive Course
Sep 9, 2024
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM MST · Denver, CO
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Hours:
14.5 Credit Hours
Cost:
$100.00

The Virtual STD Intensive Course is an interactive, online course. Content covered in the course includes: bacterial and viral sexually transmitted infections, HIV prevention, vaginitis and PID,  case management discussions, and taking a sexual history.

The course delivered via an interactive online platform over four days (Monday - Thursday), from 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM MT each day. 

After completing this registration form, you will be contacted by a member of the Denver PTC staff for a brief interview to determine course eligibility. Due to the interview process, there is often a waitlist for this course. You are encouraged to register despite the waitlist. 

Of note - you are not registered for this course unless you have received a confirmation that the registration process is complete.