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UWS Summer in December Program: Virtual Grand Rounds, Cardiac Emergencies and Patient/Doctor Communication

  • Board Restrictions note: Co-sponsored courses may not be eligible for CE in Tennessee; Credit calculations may vary for New Mexico approval
  • Event date: 11/1/2020 8:00 AM - 12/31/2020 5:00 PM Export event

    This distance-based course utilizes a Grand Rounds format providing education for Doctor of Chiropractic regarding the evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of patients. The programming involves recorded presentations including the integration of a pertinent anatomical regional gross anatomy demonstration. Actual spinal and upper extremity cases are used to engage learners in providing updates in diagnosis, management and treatment of specified clinical conditions.
    InstructorWilliam Moreau DC DACBSP Beverly Harger DC DACBR Lori Holt RN-BC
    About the InstructorDr. William Moreau, DC, DACBSP, FACSM, is a evidence-guided chiropractic sports medicine clinician. He is the Chief Medical Officer at the University of Western States (UWS) in Portland Oregon.
    Subject BreakdownHour Topic Presenter 1.0 Shoulder gross anatomical demonstration with radiologic correlation. Radiology Harger 1.0 Evaluation of shoulder region for suspected clavicle fracture and shoulder dislocation. Clinical Examination Moreau 1.0 Imaging/interpretation of clavicle and Imaging/interpretation for shoulder dislocation with case presentations. Radiology Harger .5 Shoulder rehabilitation (active care) for clavicle fracture and shoulder dislocation. Rehabilitation Moreau 1.0 Case studies of the upper extremity including history, and clinical evaluation techniques. Clinical Examination Moreau .5 MRI report nomenclature Radiology Harger .5 Lumbar spine radiograph/MRI review of disc disease. Radiology Harger .5 Management for patients with disc disease. Chiropractic Technique Moreau 1.0 Risk Factors of Early Coronary Disease Signs and Symptoms of An Acute Myocardial Infarction in all patient groups Cardiac Emergencies Holt 1.0 Signs and Symptoms of Cardiac Arrhythmias/Dysrhythmias Treatment plans for office patients experiencing cardiac emergencies Cardiac Emergencies Holt 1.0 The importance of excellent communication with patients and staff Verbal and Non-Verbal Cues Patient/Doctor Communication Holt 1.0 Barriers that affect communication Skills to improve communication with patients and office staff Patient/Doctor Communication Holt
    Total Credits10.00
    FormatDistance - On-demand
    Course Outline2020 Hawaii Full.docx
    • PACE Provider: DConline
    • Course ID: 9602
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