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Using Interpreters in Health and Mental Health Settings
Course #51281 - Dentists, RDA, RDH - 5 Hours/Credits

A collaborative relationship must be built between practitioners and interpreters. Practitioners require an understanding of what they can do to assist in the process, such as being aware of seating arrangements, orienting interpreters to the client and the cultural context, and holding debriefing sessions after the clinical encounter. Similarly, interpreters can have frank dialogues with practitioners about the interpreting process. Furthermore, this course will give practitioners a glimpse of the inside world of interpreters so they can appreciate the dynamics involved in interpreting and assist in building a relationship of mutual respect, collaboration, and an effective working environment with interpreters.https://www.netce.com/courseoverview.php?courseid=1436
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Autism Spectrum Disorder
Course #92202 - 5 Hours/Credits
For many years, children with autism were thought to have emotional problems or to suffer from schizophrenia. However, it is now understood that autism spectrum disorder is a neurodevelopmental disorder, characterized by specific symptoms that vary in type and severity with each individual. In the last few years, the diagnosis of autism has changed dramatically, and many patients, parents, and healthcare professionals are facing an adjustment to these changes. The purpose of this course is to provide healthcare professionals with a basic understanding of a very complex condition, enabling them to provide more thorough patient care, recognize symptomatology, and educate patients, families, teachers and communities about autism spectrum disorder.
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Cancer Screening Among Racial/Ethnic Minority Women
Course #91801 • 5 Hours/Credits

This course will explore current trends in cancer screening among racial and ethnic minority women, their cultural beliefs and perceptions about cancer and health care, attitudes toward cancer screening, how culture might specifically influence these attitudes, and structural, cultural, and personal/cultural barriers to cancer screening. This awareness and knowledge can assist in communicating to patients in a culturally sensitive manner and to developing culturally relevant screening promotion programs. To keep the course focused, it will only cover breast and cervical cancer screenings. As in any discussion about cultural groups, it is crucial to keep in mind that there is tremendous diversity within racial and ethnic minority groups and practitioners should be aware of the limits of their knowledge and seek assistance and consultation from cultural experts when needed.
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On January 16th, our offices will be closed in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day in celebration of one of the most important voices of the American civil rights movement, a man who worked tirelessly for equal rights for all. NetCE will reopen on Tuesday January 17th, 2017 at 8:00am PST. For assistance please email Help@NetCE.com
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Dental Course Update | Localized Therapy with Controlled-Release Antimicrobials

A number of products designed to be locally delivered to specific sites of periodontal involvement are now available for clinical application. These products have been developed to release an antimicrobial agent within a periodontal pocket in a controlled manner for periods exceeding 24 hours. This course presents basic principals of periodontal therapy pertinent to the use of these products, describes the available agents in detail, including their step-by-step placement, reviews applicable clinical studies, and concludes with practice management guidance for their integration into daily clinical practice routine.
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Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a relatively uncommon disease, but the effects can be devastating for patients with this disease. A cure is elusive, and the cause is still unknown. Different MS subtypes are being described, and healthcare providers should stay abreast of the different clinical presentations, effective management, and progression of the disease. This comprehensive overview will serve as a refresher and an update on the clinical management of multiple sclerosis.
Multiple Sclerosis: A Comprehensive Review
Course #98591 • 10 Hours/Credits
This course is designed for physicians, primary care providers, and nurses who may intervene to improve the lives of patients with multiple sclerosis.
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More than one in three women in the United States suffer from heart disease. This fact has stimulated the lay and scientific communities, and heart disease is now gaining recognition as a significant health issue for women. The purpose of this course is to discuss realities and uncertainties about heart disease in women. To date, progress has been made in defining the incidence of heart disease in women and how the two genders differ in regard to cardiac anatomy and physiology. In addition, both traditional and gender-specific coronary risk factors have been studied, along with the reliability of conventional cardiac diagnostic tests in women. However, many uncertainties remain because, for many years, women have largely been excluded from research on the diagnosis and treatment of heart disease. In particular, cardiac symptomatology of women may differ from the classic textbook cases seen in men. Clinical outcomes of women receiving standard medical and surgical treatments remain another area of uncertainty. Healthcare professionals who participate in this course will be able to identify the unique challenges that face women, from prevention and diagnosis to treatment issues. Patients will benefit from this advanced knowledge base as healthcare providers strengthen their roles as patient advocates and educators. This will help women to receive appropriate and timely treatment, as well as preventive and follow-up care.
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Women and Heart Disease
Course #33222 • 15 Hours/Credits
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Organ and Tissue Donation and Recovery: The New Jersey Requirement
Course #38551• 1 Hour/Credit
Each week, dozens of people die waiting for an organ or tissue transplant—lives that could be saved by improving general knowledge of organ donation and recovery among healthcare professionals and the lay public alike. Nurses are in a unique position to advocate for donation and to educate their patients as to the importance of being an organ donor. This course will review the donation process, including patient selection, processing potential donors, and organ/tissue preservation. In addition, the nurse's role as an advocate and educator will be emphasized, with specific strategies to address known barriers to donation. Finally, available resources and organ and tissue donor registries will be outlined.
https://www.netce.com/courseoverview.php?courseid=1437
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Happy New Year! Our office is currently closed in observance of the New Year Holiday. We will return 1/3/2017 during normal business hours. For the fastest available service, please email Help@NetCE.com.
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