IU Health Center for Physician Education hosts monthly Lunch and Learns for physicians, medical students, and advanced providers. Lunch and Learn's at University, Methodist and Riley Hospitals are hosted monthly. Lunch is provided from 11am to 2pm and presentations are on a recurring 20 minutes rotation so attendees can drop in as convenient and gain some CME's. Statewide Lunch and Learn schedules vary.
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If you miss a Lunch and Learn at University or Riley you can watch recordings at https://iuhealthcpe.org/education/lunch-and-learn
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If you are a current, or incoming, medical student, resident or fellow you are eligible to complete your mandatory certification requirements utilizing IU Health's Emergency Cardiovascular Care (ECC) Program at no cost. Seating is limited and course scheduling is first come first serve. Calendars are typically published approximately 6 weeks prior to start of new month.
Advanced certification (i.e., ACLS and PALS) courses fill up quickly and attendees are encouraged to register as soon as possible. If you need a course and are unable to enroll at IU Health you may also locate local training facilities through the American Heart Assocation (AHA) website and search for training centers: http://www.heart.org/HEARTORG/
Information regarding IU Health's resuscitation requirements and course schedules can be located at https://iuhealthcpe.org/web/bls
WHEN: JUNE 1, 2017|1PM - 2PM
WHERE: IU Health Pathology Laboratory
350 W. 11th Street, 6th Floor Auditorium
HOST: IU Health Pathology Laboratory
TOPIC: ANTICOAGULANT REVERSAL STRATEGIES
SPONSOR: American Red Cross sponsored lecture
- Identify the current anticoagulant and anti-platelet medications available, 2017.
- Review the content and scope of use for prothrombin complex concentrates.
- Describe strategies for reversal of bleeding in patients on conventional and novel therapies.
The American Red Cross Biomedical Services (ARCBS) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
Give blood - Give now - Give often
The World Health Organization's (WHO) campaign World Blood Donor Day is June 14, 2017.
This Years Campaign Objectives:
- to encourage all people to strengthen the emergency preparedness of health services in their community by donating blood;
- to engage authorities in the establishment of effective national blood donor programmes with the capacity to respond promptly to the increase in blood demand during emergencies;
- to promote the inclusion of blood transfusion services in national emergency preparedness and response activities;
- to build wider public awareness of the need for committed, year-round blood donation, in order to maintain adequate supplies and achieve a national self-sufficiency of blood;
- to celebrate and thank individuals who donate blood regularly and to encourage young people to become new donors as well;
- to promote international collaboration and to ensure worldwide dissemination of and consensus on the principles of voluntary non-remunerated donation, while increasing blood safety and availability.
For more information click here
Timely recognition and appropriate response is important in treating a mild traumatic brain injury (MTBI) or concussion. Health care providers can play a key role in helping to prevent a concussion and to improve a patient's health outcomes through early diagnosis, management, and appropriate referral.
For information regarding the CDC HEADS UP initiative and provider training click here
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