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Upcoming Health Education Events in the LRH Community

Littleton Regional Healthcare Grand Rounds

The medical and nursing staff of Littleton Regional Healthcarecurrently offer monthly Grand Rounds presentations in the LRH Conference Rooms that are open to the public.  The presentations are approved for CME/CEU credit.  To register for any of these presentations email Cathie Flores or leave a voice mail at 603-444-9303. 

    Gerioperative Nursing Care

 

Registration information and complete course description for Gerioperative Nursing Care available through this hyperlink.

    Physician-Prescribed Activity for Children

Dr. Traci Wagoner and Andy Muller will present and discuss guidelines for prescribing physical activity for children and structured programs in the LRH community for children to engage in physical activities throughout the year.

North Country Nursing Education Consortium (NCNEC) Courses   

Employees from member hospitals (The Memorial, Androscoggin Valley Hospital, Littleton Regional Healthcare and Upper Connecticut Valley Hospital) recieve a reduced rate for these courses.

RN Central Line Course  April 4, 2014 - 8 - 3:30 pm,

Memorial Hospital, 3073 White Mountain Highway, North Conway, NH

This is a North Country Nurse Education Consortium (NCNEC) sponsored event.

This course is designed to provide the staff nurse with basic and intermediate knowledge for managing  short and long term central lines in the acute and long-term care setting. Registration fee (includes lunch): NCNEC members (AVH, LRH, Memorial Hospital, UCVH): $35.00, Non-NCNEC participants: $100.00.  For more information, contact Ethnee Garner RN, Memorial Hospital, (603) 356-5461 x2189 or egarner@memorialhospitalnh.org.  To register complete the registration form  and return to Ethnee Garner RN. 

Emergency Nursing Pediatric Course (ENPC)  April 29 & 30, 2014 

Memorial Hospital 3073 White Mountain Highway, North Conway, NH

This is a North Country Nurse Education Consortium (NCNEC) sponsored event

While trauma is the leading cause of death in children, acute illness is also a source of unnecessary pediatric death. Emergency care visits by infants, children and adolescents account for more than 31 million emergency department visits each year. In the United States, it is estimated that one pediatric patient per second seeks emergency care, and the majority of these pediatric patients are seen in general emergency departments.  In many instances, preventable pediatric deaths are the result of delayed recognition and treatment by emergency department personnel where proper intervention may have prevented these outcomes. For more information about this course go to the Emergency Nurses Association webpage.  To register for this course complete the registration form  and return to Gail Wasiewski, 236 South Main Street - Newmarket , New Hampshire 03857. 

Other courses of interest:

Certified Emergency Nurse (CEN)  Exam Review Course    April 28 - 29, 2014

Falmouth Hospital, Falmouth, MA

 This course is a review of emergency nursing designed to assist the participant in successfully obtaining CEN certification. The course offers lectures, graphics, videos and practice questions in many of the areas that are tested on the CEN Exam. This review will provide not only a knowledge base for successfully completing the exam, but also a foundation for further study as the participant works towards emergency nursing certification. Pass the exam or receive a full tuition refund!  Click this hyperlink for more information and registration form.  

 To register for the PEARS course, email Cathie Flores at cflores@LRHCares.org with PEARS in the subject line and  your name, address, phone number and employer in the message box. Please pay by check made out to LRH for the appropriate amount on the morning of the class. 

via Interactive Internet Videoconferencing at Littleton Regional Healthcare

Every Friday from 8:00 to 9:00 am Littleton Regional Healthcare presents Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center Grand Rounds via an interactive internet videoconferencing link in the Gale Medical Library.  The programs are approved for CME credit.  Sessions start and end promptly.  The schedule of topics can be accessed through this hyperlink to the DHMC Medical Grand Rounds webpage. Please contact Anne Conner, our Medical Librarian at 603-444-9564 or aconner@lrhcares.org for more information.  

Monthly Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Continuing Education  

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Grand Rounds Schedule

LRH Staff can access the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Grand ROunds in the Gale Medical Library via the internet videoconference monitor.

 DHMC-Northern New England Geriatric Education Center

Geriatric Mental Health Series 2013

This series of interactive video teleconferences is available in the LRH Gale Medical Library the first Tuesday of every month from Noon to 1:00 pm and are approved for CME and CEU credit for participants.  For more information on the series contact Rebecca Desilets at 603-653-3443 or Rebecca.A.Disilets@dartmouth.edu . To reserve a seat at one of these presentations contact aconner@littletonhospital.org .

An Archive of previously presented programs from this series can be accessed through this hyperlink. Geriatric Mental Health Series Archive

 Littleton Regional Hospital AHA Emergency Cardiac Care (ECC) Courses

Last updated: Apr 15, 2014

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