Continuing Education Courses

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Upcoming Event
1:00 PM to 7/22/2022 5:00 PM
4th Annual Heartland Interprofessional Education (HIPE) Conference
Spaces Remaining: 147
This year's theme of Elevating IPE: Bridging Clinical and Community brings together health care and community professionals, educators and students to share knowledge and build skills to improve patient and client outcomes. Join us for this valuable conversation so we can learn from diverse perspectives and experiences. This conference will highlight trends in interprofessional education and collaborative practice, facilitate participants' knowledge and skill set acquisition, and affirm attitudes focused on improving outcomes for clients, patients, health care and community professionals, and populations.
On-Line Course
8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Nebraska Writing Centers Consortium: From Pandemic to Endemic: Writing Center Evolution and Opportunity
Spaces Remaining: 49
Though not without its share of difficulties, the COVID-19 pandemic forced most writing centers to reconsider the ways in which they operate, define their work, and support their communities. These multifaceted, and often rapid, changes shifted the work of writing centers to be more adaptable and more inclusive. Thus, as we enter a waning pandemic, what has become endemic to writing centers? In what ways have our writing centers struggled to evolve with these rapidly changing social and political climates and/or adapted to the challenges in local environments, and what have been the results? What opportunities have been afforded to us?
Howard Hall
8:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Who is Taking Care of You? Strategies for Health Care and Community Professionals’ Wellbeing
Spaces Remaining: 424
The current state of health care has had a significant impact on the mental health of health care and community professionals. Health care and community professionals are less likely to ask for help compared to the general population, often leading to burnout, and leaving a career they once loved. Therefore, it is important for health care providers to regularly engage in self-care to ensure that their mental health needs do not go untreated. This continuing education event is designed to explore the stressors and the impact of the current state of health care and community professional’s wellbeing, present practical self-care strategies as well as practice strategies for self-care.
Howard Hall