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Upcoming Events

Teach the Trainer: Closing the Feedback Loop

  • Saturday, Aug. 13.
  • 8 a.m. to noon

At times, there appears to be a disconnect between students and their clinical instructors. Through the identification of effective feedback strategies, the missing piece in the feedback loop can be put in place to help close the loop and thus help to improve student performance. For this event, we welcome clinical and/or classroom instructors in the following health care disciplines: nursing, radiologic technologist, respiratory care practitioner, sonographer, surgical technologist, physical therapist, physical therapist assistant, occupational therapist and occupational therapist assistant.

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2022 Geriatrics Symposium: Care Across the Continuum

  • Friday, Aug. 19.8:30 a.m. to 3:15 p.m.
  • Bellevue University, John B. Muller Administrative Services Building (MASB),
  • 812 Bruin Blvd., Bellevue, NE 68005

This program will provide current information and evidence-based practice guidelines that will enhance clinical and professional practice related to the care of the older adult. Topics will include enhancing knowledge of falls and prevention measures; partnerships to reduce the use of harmful medications; diversity, equity and inclusion; and what matters most to the older adult. This activity is being jointly provided by Nebraska Methodist College Professional Development, Sanford USD Medical Center, Hillcrest Health Services and Immanuel Communities. This event is being sponsored by Bellevue University. We welcome nurses, physicians, social workers, physical therapists, occupational therapists, medical assistants and individuals working with older adults. 

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What Healthcare Workers Need To Know About the Monkeypox Outbreak

  • Wednesday, Sept. 14.
  • Noon to 1 p.m

This program will provide current information and evidence-based practice guidelines that will enhance clinical and professional practice related to the care of the older adult. Topics will include enhancing knowledge of falls and prevention measures; partnerships to reduce the use of harmful medications; diversity, equity and inclusion; and what matters most to the older adult. This activity is being jointly provided by Nebraska Methodist College Professional Development, Sanford USD Medical Center, Hillcrest Health Services and Immanuel Communities. This event is being sponsored by Bellevue University. We welcome nurses, physicians, social workers, physical therapists, occupational therapists, medical assistants and individuals working with older adults. 

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Primary Infection Prevention

  • Sept. 28 and 29.
  • Times vary

Track 1: Prevention for All Health Care Settings, Acute Care Hospital, Ambulatory Care & Surgical Centers

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Track 2: Prevention for All Health Care Settings and Long-Term Care and Assisted Living Facilities

The Nebraska Infection Control Network (NICN) Primary Infection Prevention course offers a combination of lectures, discussions and educational activities pertaining to the prevention and control of infections in a variety of health care settings. The first day will focus on infection and prevention for all health care settings, and all attendees will be together for this day. Day two will focus on acute care hospital, ambulatory care and surgical centers, or long-term care and assisted-living facilities. Participants will choose a track when registering. These activities are being jointly provided by Nebraska Methodist College Professional Development and the NICN. We welcome nurses and any other health care providers interested in learning more about the core components of infection prevention and control in health care settings.

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Save the Date

    Registration will open soon for these events:
  • Leadership Conference, Nov. 3
  • 2022 Lung Cancer Symposium, Nov. 11, 7:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
  • 2023 Cardiovascular Symposium, slated for February
  • 2023 Dan Lydiatt Symposium, slated for April
  • 2023 Pulmonary Symposium, slated for April
  • 2023 Research Day, slated for May