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2013 Training and Development Directory

EAMC The Total Package Training


Thank you for your interest in the educational opportunities offered by East Alabama Medical Center. Doyle Haynes, M.D., a physician at EAMC from 1968 to 1986, was the catalyst in building a strong education program and that tradition continues today. Our staff is committed to providing you with the training and development you need to be successful at EAMC and beyond. My hope is that this directory provides you with the information you need to assist in your continuing education and selfdevelopment.

Sincerely,

Terry Andrus

Thank you for your interest in the educational opportunities offered by East Alabama Medical Center. Doyle Haynes, M.D., a physician at EAMC


IMPORTANT INFORMATION Registration Information: Pre-registration is recommended at least two weeks before the date of the class. Fees must be paid at the time of registration. EAMC Employee Registration: EAMC Employees may register for most classes via OTIS. Payroll deduction is available for classes that require fees. Forms are available at the Health Resource Center and the Professional Practice & Development Office. Non-Employee Registration: Registration may be taken in a variety of ways. Online at www.eamc.org (see instructions below), scan the event scan code, direct event web address or mail the Registration Form to the address on the form. Course Changes or Cancellations: EAMC reserves the right to cancel, reschedule or relocate any classes due to low enrollment or other circumstances beyond our control. Pre-registered students will be notified via e-mail and/or telephone of any course changes or cancellations. Room Temperature: Please bring a jacket or sweater since the temperature of the room cannot be adjusted to please everyone. Special Needs: Please indicate any special needs on the Registration Form. Contact Hours: Nurses must bring their nursing license to swipe to receive contact hours. Find us on:

Search for the “EAMC Health Resource Center” and become our friend. Visit our website at:

www.eamc.org

Under Programs & Services heading, click “E”, Click “Education”, Click “Register for Classes”

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REGISTRATION FORM Participant Information Name:_____________________________________________________________ Cell:__________________________ Home Phone:_________________________ Address:___________________________________________________________ City:_________________________________ State:___ Zip:________________ Date of Birth:__/__/__ Last four digits of Social Security #:________________ Email:_____________________________________________________________ Employer:_________________________________________________________ If EAMC, what department?_________________________________________ Class Information Class: ____________________________________________________________ Date(s) of Class:__________________________ Cost, if applicable: $________ Non-EAMC Employee? Please specify amount enclosed: $____________________ Credit Card #________________________________________Exp Date_______ Special Needs:_______________________________________________________ Make all checks payable to “East Alabama Medical Center”, unless otherwise noted, and mail Registration Form and payment to: Health Resource Center, Attention: Registration 2027 Pepperell Parkway Opelika, AL 36801

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Employee Information How To Access OTIS From Home Step 1. Go to www.eamc.org Step 2. Click EMPLOYEE CENTER Step 3. Enter your LAST NAME Step 4. Enter your EMPLOYEE NUMBER Step 5. Click LOGIN Step 6. Click the OTIS link

How to Self-Enroll in Classes & Events The purpose of self-enrollment is that it allows you to enroll yourself in classes & events and use yourself enrollment lesson plan to view and manage those classes. Plus it’s available 24/7. 1. On your Personal Page, under QUICK LINKS, click the VIEW button beside Self-Enroll Classes & Events 2. From the “Search for courses like” section-enter as much of the name as you know. (Hint: Use your Training and Development Directory to search for course names and dates) You can also search based on a date range by entering a START DATE and END DATE. Click LIST EVENTS button. 3. The available event names are displayed based on your search criteria. If you want to know more about the event, click the Event Name and an overview opens. 4. To enroll, click the ENROLL NOW button to the right of the Event Name. 5. The Event Enrollment Request Form opens. Complete the form and click the ENROLL NOW button. 6. Close out registration window by clicking X in upper right corner. You will be sent an email to your EAMC email address confirming your registration.

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Education at EAMC Health Resource Center: Karen Gresham, RN, BSN, CCRN, MBA-Director of Education Lynda Adair – Receptionist* Kimberly Adams, BS – Training Specialist Patti Cox- Secretary Donnie Davis, BS, RN – Education Coordinator* Johnny Lawrence, BS – Education Coordinator* Robin McCormick, RN, MSN – Clinical Educator Timothy Noordermeer – Security Rep* Brian Payne, BS – Education Coordinator Mike Smith, RN, BSN – Education Coordinator Elaine Thomas – Training Specialist

Professional Practice & Development: Jennifer Terry, MSN, ACNS-BC, CCRN – Manager-Clinical Education Cathy Blumenthal, BS – Training Specialist Erin Brown, BSN, RN-BC – Clinical Educator I April Haynes BSN, RN – Clinical Educator I Alicia Hegwood, BSN, RN- Clinical Educator I Peggy Mitchell, BSN, RN, CCRN- Clinical Educator I* Sherry Seibenhener, MSN, FNP-BC, CCE – Clinical Educator III Morgan Yordy, MSN, RN – Cerner Training Coordinator* *Per Diem or Part-Time

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Table of Contents American Heart Association Course Page Advanced Cardiac Life Support for 11 Inexperienced Providers Advanced Cardiac Life Support Renewal 11 American Heart Association Instructor Course Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers (Certification) Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers (Renewal) HeartCode BLS Skills Check-off

Contact Hours 13.5 ABN 9.0 ABN

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Heartsaver First Aid

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Pediatric Advanced Life Support

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14.0 ABN

Pediatric Advanced Life Support Renewal

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8.5 ABN

Course AWHONN Intermediate EFM (Fetal Heart Monitoring)

Table of Contents Clinical Development Page 15

Contact Hours 15.25 provided by AWHONN

Basic EKG Interpretation

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Bedside Emergencies

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4.8 ABN, 4.0 ASNA (0.5 Pharmacology hours) 4.0 ABN, 3.3 ASNA

Cancer Conference

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1 AMA PRA Category Credit

Care of the Mechanically Ventilated Patient Care of the Patient Receiving Conscious Sedation & Neuromuscular Blockade Caring for the Patient with Diabetes

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3.3 ABN, 2.7 ASNA

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Table of Contents Clinical Development (cont’d) Course Page Contact Hours Chest Tube Care 17 2.1 ABN, 1.7 ASNA Coach for Success Part 1 17 6.1 ABN, 5.0 ASNA Coach for Success Part 2 18 6.0 ABN, 5.0 ASNA Designated Requestor (Organ 18 AOC provides contact hours Donation) Enteral Feeding, Nasogastric & 19 1.8 ABN, 1.5 ASNA Nasojejunal Tubes, PEG & J Tubes Healthcare Literacy & Patient Safety: 19 1.6 ABN Teach Back Method Hemodynamics Monitoring 19 4.3 ABN Intra-Aortic Balloon Pump 19 Vendor provided contact Counterpulsation Therapy hours International Trauma Life Support 20 International Trauma Life Support 20 Refresher IV Cardiac Medications for the 20 2.6 ABN, 2.1 ASNA Telemetry Nurse IV Therapy 21 4.3 ABN, 3.5 ASNA Morbidity and Mortality 21 1.2 ABN, 1.0 ASNA Neonatal Resuscitation Program Skills 21 Vendor provided contact Check-offs hours Neurologic Assessment 22 1.2 ABN, 1.0 ASNA NIH Stroke Scale Practicum 22 None Pacemakers: Temporary & Permanent 22 2.3 ABN, 1.9 ASNA Palliative Care 22 1.8 ABN, 1.5 ASNA Restraints 23 None Sheath Care & Removal 23 3.0 ABN, 2.5 ASNA Team Building 101 23 1.0 ABN, 0.8 ASNA 23 1.6 ABN, 1.3 ASNA The Joint Commission National Patient Safety Goals: Helping You Keep Your Patients Safe Therapeutic Hypothermia 24 4.0 ABN

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Course Why We Do What We Do: Evidence-Based Practice Wound and Ostomy Care

Table of Contents Clinical Development (cont’d) Page 24 24

Table of Contents Clinical-Physician Office Course Page Phlebotomy Training for Physician 25 Office Employees

Course Breastfeeding Preparation

Table of Contents Community Courses Page 26

Contact Hours 1.8 ABN, 1.5 ASNA 7.0 ABN, 5.8 ASNA

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Table of Contents Emergency Nursing Association Courses Course Page Contact Hours Emergency Department 28 4.0 ABN, 3.3 ASNA ESI Level 5 Triage Class Emergency Nursing 28 15.33 ABN Pediatric Course Health Innovations 2013 28 Pending ABN approval Trauma Nursing Core Course

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Table of Contents EPIC Training

Note: The EPIC classes are for EAMC employees only.

Course EPIC 101: Making Lean Part of EAMC Culture Introduction to EPIC for Healthcare Providers

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Contact Hours Pending ABN, ASBSWE, ASRT, CBSPD 1.0 ABN

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Table of Contents Leadership Development Courses

Note: The Leadership Development Classes are for EAMC employees only.

Course Critical Thinking Skills Leadership Development: Crucial Conversations Leadership Development: Delegating for Results Leadership Development: Essentials of Leadership Leadership Development: Getting Started as a New Leader Leadership Development: Making Meetings Work Leadership Development: Project Management Leadership Development: Resolving Conflict Preceptor/Coach Workshop

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Table of Contents MedEd Course Page Acutely Ill Med-Surg Patient: Clinical 32 Updates and Treatments Drug Influence in Anesthesia 32 Managing Bedside Emergencies for 32 the Non-ICU Nurse Maternal Newborn Certification 33 Review Pediatric Crisis: Recognition and 33 Management Time Sensitive Issues: Stroke, 33 STEMI, Sepsis

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Contact Hours Pending ABN, ASBSWE, ASRT, CBSPD Pending ABN, ASBSWE, ASRT, CBSPD Pending ABN, ASBSWE, ASRT, CBSPD Pending ABN, ASBSWE, ASRT, CBSPD Pending ABN, ASBSWE, ASRT, CBSPD Pending ABN, ASBSWE, ASRT, CBSPD Pending ABN, ASBSWE, ASRT, CBSPD Pending ABN, ASBSWE, ASRT, CBSPD Pending ABN, ASBSWE, ASRT, CBSPD

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Course Basic Medical Terminology ENCORE! Creating Show Stopper Patient & Customer Experiences Non-Violent Crisis Intervention

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Non-Violent Crisis Intervention Refresher School at Work (SAW)

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American Heart Association Courses Advanced Cardiac Life Support for Inexperienced Providers is designed for healthcare providers who either direct or participate in the resuscitation of a patient, whether in or out of a hospital. Audience: EMTs, MDs, Pharmacists, RNs, Licensed Respiratory Therapists Time: 8am-3pm

Location: Health Resource Center

Dates: Jan 22-23 May 30-31 Nov 20-21

Feb 13-14 Mar 21-22 Apr 11-12 Apr 25-26 June 18-19 July 17-18 Aug 27-28 Sept 11-12 Dec 5-6

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Fees: EAMC Employees: No Charge, Textbook is available for $45 Non-Employees: $200 (includes textbook) Contact Hours: 13.5 ABN

Scan the Code or register for class at http://www.cvent.com/d/9cqx9g Advanced Cardiac Life Support Renewal is designed for healthcare providers who either direct or participate in the resuscitation of a patient, whether in or out of a hospital. Audience: EMTs, MDs, Pharmacists, RNs, Licensed Respiratory Therapists Time: 8am-5pm

Location: Health Resource Center

Dates: Jan 31 Feb 28 Apr 23 May 16 June 13 July 11 Aug 8 Sept 24

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Fees: EAMC Employees: No Charge, Textbook is available for $45 Non-Employees: $100 (includes textbook) Contact Hours: 9 ABN

Scan the Code or register for class at http://www.cvent.com/d/mcqxgh American Heart Association Instructor Course (ACLS, BLS & PALS) is the first step toward becoming an AHA instructor. Candidates must complete the Core Instructor Course and be monitored by an AHA instructor while teaching an AHA course. Audience: Those who have earned Instructor Potential Status in a provider course in the past 12 months and have a desire to teach. Dates: Jan 29

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Time: 8am-4pm

Location: Health Resource Center

Fees: EAMC Employees: No Charge, but $35 Core Course Manual is required. Non-Employees: $100 (includes Core Course Manual); Additional Instructor Manual(s) must be purchased based on disciplines you are teaching. Instructor Manuals: ACLS-$45, BLS-$35, PALS-$45

Scan the Code or register for class at http://www.cvent.com/d/0cq3bg

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American Heart Association Courses (cont’d) Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers (Certification) teaches CPR and foreign body airway obstruction in infants, children and adults and AED. Audience: General Public, Students and Healthcare Professionals required or interested in learning CPR. Time: 5pm-9pm

Location: Health Resource Center

Dates: Jan 2 Feb 6 Mar 6 Apr 3 May 1 June 5 July 3 Aug 7 Sept 4 Oct 2 Nov 6 Dec 4 Fees: EAMC Employees: No Charge; Non-Employees: $65; Students: $35

Scan the Code or register for class at http://www.cvent.com/d/3cqds4 Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers (Renewal) teaches CPR and foreign body airway obstruction in infants, children and adults and AED. Audience: EAMC Employees, other Healthcare Professionals and Students Times: 7:30am, 10am, 1pm, 3:30pm (each class lasts approximately 2 hours) Location: Classroom C (Basement EAMC) Dates: Jan 2 Feb 6 Mar 6 Apr 3 May 1 June 5 July 3 Aug 7 Sept 4 Oct 2 Nov 6 Dec 4 Fees: EAMC Employees: No Charge; Non-Employees: $35; Students: $35

Scan the Code or register for class at http://www.cvent.com/d/ncqd4m Heartsaver CPR is designed for first responders in the workplace. Topics include: Adult CPR, Adult CPR with Mask and Adult choking and AED. Additional topics for childcare workers: Infant/Child with Mask CPR and Infant/Child choking. Audience: All Senior Communities Staff, Dandyland and Healthplus. Time: 8am-10am Dates: Jan 9 & 23 Feb 6 & 20 Mar 6 & 20

Location: Health Resource Center Apr 3 & 17 May 15 & 29 June 12 & 26

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Fee: EAMC Employees: No Charge Non-Employees: $40

Scan the Code or register for class at http://www.cvent.com/d/9cq39c

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American Heart Association Courses (cont’d) Heartsaver First Aid teaches adult first aid general principles, medical emergencies, injury management and environmental management. Audience: All Senior Communities Staff, Dandyland and Healthplus. Time: 10am-12pm

Location: Health Resource Center

Dates: Jan 9 & 23 Apr 3 & 17 Feb 6 & 20 May 15 & 29 Mar 6 & 20 June 12 & 26

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Fee: EAMC Employees: No Charge Non-Employees: $40

Scan the Code or register for class athttp://www.cvent.com/d/gcq31h Pediatric Advanced Life Support-is designed to improve the recognition, treatment, and outcome of seriously ill and injured children. Audience: EMTs, MDs, Pharmacists, RNs, Licensed Respiratory Therapists Time: 8am-5pm

Location: Health Resource Center

Dates: Feb 21-22

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Fee: EAMC Employees: No Charge; Textbook is available for $45 Non-Employees: $200 (includes textbook) Contact Hours: 14.0 ABN

Scan the code or register for class at http://www.cvent.com/d/hcqsml Pediatric Advanced Life Support Renewal- is designed to improve the recognition, treatment, and outcome of seriously ill and injured children. This class is for experienced providers. Audience: EMTs, MDs, Pharmacists, RNs, Licensed Respiratory Therapists Time: 8am-5pm Dates: Jan 4

Location: Health Resource Center Mar 27

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Contact Hours: 8.5 ABN Nov 1

Fee: EAMC Employees: No Charge; Textbook is available for $45 Non-Employees: $100 (includes textbook)

Scan the code or register for class at http://www.cvent.com/d/2cqxtg

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American Heart Association Courses (cont’d) HeartCode BLS-is a web-based, self-based course that used eSimulation technology to assess and treat patients in virtual healthcare settings. To complete the course, students must take the on-line course, and complete a skills check-off and validation in a live skills class. Audience: EAMC Employees EAMC Employees: Call the Health Resource Center 334-528-1260 to schedule on-line portion of the course via OTIS. After printing completion certificate, schedule skills check-off at one of the session listed below to receive your provider card. Non-Employees: Complete on-line portion of exam via www.onlineaha.org. After printing completion certificate, schedule skills check-off at one of the sessions listed below to receive your provider card. Dates/Times/Locations: Jan 18 Jan 30 Feb 21 Feb 26 Mar 19 Mar 27 Apr 17 Apr 30 May 14 May 29 Jun 11 Jun 27 Jul 24 Jul 30 Aug 20 Aug 30 Sep 17 Sep 26 Oct 24 Oct 31 Nov 12 Nov 21 Dec 10 Dec 30

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Fee: EAMC Employees: No Charge

Non-Employees: $15 for skills check-off

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Clinical Development AWHONN Intermediate Fetal Monitoring-this two day course is to promote the integration of knowledge and skills essential to the assessment, promotion and evaluation of fetal-wellbeing during labor. Audience: Nurses caring for the gravid female during the ante-partum and intrapartum periods. Time: 8am-4:30pm

Location: Classroom A

Dates: Mar 25-26

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Fee: EAMC Employees: $25 Non-Employees: $250

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Contact Hours: 15.25 provided by AWHONN

Scan the code or register for class at http://www.cvent.com/d/gcq3r6 Basic EKG Interpretation-this class enables nurses to identify the various rhythms they are likely to encounter when working with monitored patients, know the common treatments, and identify ischemic changes in an EKG strip. Audience: RNs, LPNs, Cardiovascular Techs & Monitor Techs Time: 8:30am-12:30pm

Dates: Jan 17 Feb 14 Mar 14

Location: Classroom A

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Contact Hours: 4.8 ABN, 4.0 ASNA

Oct 10 Nov 7 Fee: EAMC Employees: No Charge Dec 5 Non-Employees: $48

Scan the code or register for class at http://www.cvent.com/d/ycq360 Bedside Emergencies-this course prepares the nurse for unexpected emergent situations through review of patient signs and symptoms, case studies, review of basic life-saving skills, available resources, and hands-on practice with emergency equipment used at EAMC. Audience: EAMC RNs & LPNs

Time: 8am-12pm

Contact Hours: 4.0 ABN, 3.3 ASNA Dates: Jan 25 Feb 8 Mar 8

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Class starts promptly; Please dress comfortably

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Clinical Development (cont’d) Care of the Mechanically Ventilated Patient-this course will review normal pathophysiology of the respiratory system and examine illnesses/events that lead to the need for mechanical ventilation. Audience: RNs, Nursing Students & Respiratory Therapists Time: 1pm-4pm Dates: Feb 13

Location: Classroom A

Contact Hours: 3.3 ABN, 2.7 ASNA

Aug 14

Fee: EAMC Employees: No Charge Non-Employees: $36

Scan the code or register for class at http://www.cvent.com/d/lcq36q Care of the Patient Receiving Conscious Sedation & Neuromuscular Blockadethis course will empower the nurses with the ability to safely administer and monitor a patient receiving conscious sedation and/or neuromuscular blockade. Audience: RNs responsible for administration and care of the patient receiving conscious sedation & neuromuscular blockade Time: 2pm-4pm

Location: Classroom A

Contact Hours: 2.0 ABN, 1.66 ASNA (1.0 pharmacology hour) Dates: Jan 24 Feb 7 Mar 7

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July 11 Aug 8 Sept 19

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Scan the code or register for class at http://www.cvent.com/d/lcq3yc Caring for the Patient with Diabetes-this class is designed to educate the nurse on EAMC’s management of the diabetic patient to include protocols, medication and POC testing. Audience: Nurses Dates: Jan 23 July 10

Time: 10:30am-12pm

Feb 6 Mar 6 Aug 7 Sep 18

Fee: EAMC Employees: No Charge

Apr 3 May 15 Oct 16 Nov 13

Location: Classroom A June 12 Dec 11

Contact Hours: 1.8 ABN, 1.5 ASNA

Scan the code or register for class at http://www.cvent.com/d/pcqds2

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Clinical Development (cont’d) Chemotherapy and Biotherapy-The ONS Chemotherapy and Biotherapy course provides a comprehensive review of the knowledge needed to administer cytotoxic and biotherapeutic agents. The course content is appropriate for nurses who are new to chemotherapy/biotherapy administration in the oncology setting or for those who want a comprehensive review of this topic. Audience: RNs Time: 8am-4:30pm Dates: Apr 25-26

Location: Classroom A Oct 31-Nov 1

Contact Hours: 13.5 Fee: EAMC Employees: $60 Non-Employees: $220

Scan the code or register for class at http://www.cvent.com/d/scqd2l Chest Tube Care- the purpose of this course is to discuss the indications for chest tube placement, to review nursing care for the patient with a chest tube, and to provide hands-on practice with the Atrium Oasis Dry Suction Chest Drain. Audience: EAMC RNs & LPNs Dates: Feb 21

Time: 12pm-2pm

May 31 July 25 Oct 3

Location: Classroom A

Contact Hours: 2.1 ABN, 1.7 ASNA

Fee: EAMC Employees: No Charge Non-Employees: $24

Scan the code or register for class at http://www.cvent.com/d/jcqd21 Coach for Success Part 1-this class will provide essential information that will guide the nurse preceptor in facilitating a positive learning experience for new nurses. This is part 1 of a 2 part series. Audience: Any nurse who is currently a coach or has been chosen by their manager to become a coach for new graduate nurses, new employees and students. Time: 8am-2pm

Location: Classroom A

Dates: Feb 11 Apr 8 June 10 Aug 12

Contact Hours: 6.1 ABN, 5.0 ASNA Oct 7 Dec 2

Fee: EAMC Employees: No Charge Non-Employees: $60

Scan the code or register for class at http://www.cvent.com/d/zcqd28

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Clinical Development (cont’d) Coach for Success Part 2- this class will provide essential information that will guide the nurse preceptor in facilitating a positive learning experience for new nurses. This is part 2 of a 2 part series. Audience: Any nurse who is currently a coach or has been chosen by their manager to become a coach for new graduate nurses, new employees and students. Time: 8am-2pm

Location: Classroom A

Contact Hours: 6.0 ABN, 5.0 ASNA

Dates: Feb 25 Apr 22 June 24 Aug 26 Oct 21 Dec 16 Fee: EAMC Employees: No Charge Non-Employees: $60

Scan the code or register for class at http://www.cvent.com/d/kcqd29 Designated Requestor (Organ Donation)- this course is taught by the Alabama Organ Center (AOC) staff. Participants will learn how to discuss organ donation with patient’s family members. Audience: Nurses, Chaplains, Social Workers, Other interested in organ/tissue donation and the request process Dates: Feb 12

May 7 Aug 13

Location: Health Resource Center

Nov 19

Time: 8am-11am Contact Hours: 3.0 provided by AOC

Scan the code or register for class at http://www.cvent.com/d/mcq38t

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Clinical Development (cont’d) Enteral Feeding, Nasogastric & Nasojejunal Tubes, PEG & J Tubes-this class prepares the nurse for proper placement of enteral tubes, the assessment & discontinuation of enteral feeding tubes, and a hands-on practice with the feeding tubes used at EAMC. Audience: Nurses Time: 12:30pm-2pm Dates: Jan 24 Feb 7 Mar 7

Location: Classroom A Contact Hours: 1.8 ABN, 1.5 ASNA

Apr 4 July 11 May 16 Aug 8 June 13 Sept 19

Oct 17 Nov 14 Dec 12

Fee: EAMC Employees: No Charge Non-Employees: $18

Scan the code or register for class at http://www.cvent.com/d/ncqdwv Healthcare Literacy & Patient Safety: Teach Back Method-this class will discuss the importance of effective communication and comprehension of understanding. Audience: EAMC Patient Care Providers Dates: Mar 20

June 19

Location: Classroom A

Time: 8am-9:20am

Contact Hours: 1.6 ABN, pending ASRT Class starts promptly; Please dress comfortably Hemodynamic Monitoring-this class will present basic concepts of hemodynamic monitoring and managing patients with vasoactive drugs. Audience: CVICU, ICU or other interested RNs

Time: 8am-12pm

Location: Classroom A Dates: Feb 13 Aug 14 Contact Hours: 4.3 ABN

Fee: EAMC Employees: No Charge

Non-Employees: $48

Scan the code or register for class at http://www.cvent.com/d/ycq3tq Intra-Aortic Balloon Pump Counterpulsation Therapy- covers the principals of IABP counterpulsation therapy and the function of the Datascope IABP machine. Audience: RNs & CVTs from Cath Lab, ICU, CVICU, CVOR or other interested staff

Dates: Feb 27 Sep 27

Time: 8am-12:30pm

Contact Hours: 4.0 vendor provided

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Clinical Development (cont’d) International Trauma Life Support-gives you the knowledge and hands-on skills to take better care of trauma patients. The ITLS framework is a global standard that enables you to master the latest techniques in rapid assessment, appropriate intervention and identification of immediate life-threatening injuries. Audience: Paramedics, EMT, AEMT, Intermediate EMT, Emergency Nurses & Physicians Time: 8am-5pm

Location: Health Resource Center

Contact Hours: TBD

Dates: Dec 2-3

Fee: EAMC Employees: $20 card required, $53 textbook optional Non-Employees: $173 (includes card and textbook)

Scan the code or register for class at http://www.cvent.com/d/wcqds7 International Trauma Life Support Refresher-gives you the knowledge and handson skills to take better care of trauma patients. The ITLS framework is a global standard that enables you to master the latest techniques in rapid assessment, appropriate intervention and identification of immediate life-threatening injuries.

NOTE: You must be currently certified in ITLS or expired for no more than 30 days to take the refresher class. Audience: Paramedics, EMT, AEMT, Intermediate EMT, Emergency Nurses & Physicians

Time: 8am-5:30pm

Location: Health Resource Center

Contact Hours: TBD

Dates: Mar 26 June 25 Fee: EAMC Employees: $20 card required, $53 textbook optional Non-Employees: $70 (includes card and textbook)

Scan the code or register for class at http://www.cvent.com/d/fcqdsy IV Cardiac Medications for the Telemetry Nurse-this class will discuss the various cardiac drips, parameters for use, and adverse signs & symptoms to observe during infusion. Audience: Any Registered Nurse at EAMC Dates: Feb 21 May 31 July 25 Oct 3 Location: Classroom A

Time: 8:30am-11am

Contact Hours: 2.6 ABN, 2.1 ASNA

Fee: EAMC Employees: No Charge Non-Employees: $30

Scan the code or register for class at http://www.cvent.com/d/qcqdwt

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Clinical Development (cont’d) IV Therapy-this class is designed to review indications for IV (peripheral and central access) therapy, potential complications associated with the use in intravenous lines and devices, and the care of patient receiving infusion therapies. Audience: Nurses Time: 8am-12pm Location: Classroom A Contact Hours: 4.8 ABN, 4.0 ASNA Dates: Jan 24 Apr 4 July 11 Oct 17 Fee: EAMC Employees: No Charge Feb 7 May 16 Aug 8 Nov 14 Non-Employees: $50 Mar 7 June 13 Sept 19 Dec 12

Scan the code or register for class at http://www.cvent.com/d/2cq3rq Morbidity and Mortality-the purpose of these conferences is to provide retrospective insight into Morbidity & Mortality cases. The goal and focus of such reviews is to facilitate interdisciplinary dialogue and provide healthcare providers with the knowledge and skills needed to manage similar future situations and ultimately improve patient outcomes.

Note: This class is for EAMC employees only.

Audience: LPNs, RNs, and other interested healthcare providers Dates: Jan 31 Apr 25 Aug 22 Nov 21

Time: 7:15am-8:30am repeated 11:45am-1pm

Location: Classroom C Contact Hours: 1.2 ABN, 1.0 ASNA Class starts promptly; Please dress comfortably Neonatal Resuscitation Program-this program combines home study, online exam testing and an integrated skills evaluation. Participants must complete each component to receive a certification card. Audience: Physicians, Nurses, EMTs and Certified Respiratory Therapists Dates: Jan 8

Mar 13 May 14

Time: 8am-12pm

June 11 July 9 Sep 17 Nov 12

Location: Maternal Child Area, 3rd Floor

Contact Hours: 9.0 contact hours approved by the Illinois Nurses Association (also for CME’s, CRCE’s and CECBEMS) Fee: EAMC Employees: No Charge, 6th Ed textbook available $55 Non-Employees: $60for skills class, 6th Ed textbook $55; An additional fee will be charged by HealthStream to complete the on-line provider test. EAMC Employees need to self study the textbook, contact the Health Resource Center ext. 1260 to have the test assigned via OTIS and complete the test within 30 days of a skills check-off. To receive provider status, please bring the online exam completion certificate and attend a skills class listed above. Register for skills class in OTIS. Non-Employees must self-study the text, and contact HealthStream at 1-800-5210574, select #6 to complete the on-line provider test within 30 days of a skills class. To receive provider status you may attend one of the skills class listed above.

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Clinical Development (cont’d) Neurologic Assessment-this course will review anatomy of the neurologic system and review assessment of the 12 pairs of cranial nerves and 31 pairs of peripheral nerves. Audience: EAMC RNs & LPNs

Time: 1pm-2pm

Dates: Mar 13

Contact Hours: 1.2 ABN, 1.0 ASNA

Oct 23

Location: Classroom A

Class starts promptly; Please dress comfortably NIH Stroke Scale Practicum-the purpose of this course is to provide an opportunity for the nurse to apply and practice assessment skills learned from the online NIH Stroke Scale training, education & certification. The online NIHSS Beginners Program Orientation & Certification at www.nihstrokescale.org are prerequisites to this practicum. Completion of the program and certification are required before attending the practicum. Participants are required to print and bring completion certificate to class. Audience: EAMC RNs and LPNs Dates: Mar 13

Oct 23

Time: 2pm-3pm

Location: Classroom A

Class starts promptly; Please dress comfortably Pacemakers: Temporary and Permanent-this class educates the nurse on the types of pacing & pacemakers and how to care for a patient who is paced. Audience: All nurses at EAMC and other interested personnel Dates: Feb 21 May 31 July 25 Oct 3 Time: 2pm-4pm Contact Hours: 2.3 ABN, 1.9 ASNA

Location: Classroom A

Fee: EAMC Employees: No Charge Non-Employees: $24

Scan the code or register for class at http://www.cvent.com/d/hcq3t2 Palliative Care at EAMC-this class will provide the patient care provider with an overview of what palliative care is and their role as an interdisciplinary team member in providing quality care. Audience: Patient Care Providers Dates: Jan 23 Apr 3 July 10 Feb 6 May 15 Aug 7 Mar 6 June 12 Sep 18 Fee: EAMC Employees: No Charge Non-Employees: $18

Contact Hours: 1.8 ABN, 1.5 ASNA Oct 16 Nov 13 Dec 11

Time: 12:30pm-2pm Location: Classroom A

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Clinical Development (cont’d) Restraints-This course details the restraints used at EAMC to include NonViolent/Non-Self Destructive and Violent/Self Destructive restraints. In addition, proper documentation of the types, proper time interval for documentation and proper procedure for application and removal of restraints will be covered Audience: All healthcare providers

Time: 2:45pm-3:15pm

Location: Classroom A Dates: Jan 8 & 22 Feb 5 & 19 Mar 5 & 19 Apr 2, 16 & 30 May 14 & 29 June 11 & 25 July 9 & 23 Aug 6 & 20 Sept 4 & 17 Oct 1, 15 & 29 Nov 12 & 26 Dec 10 & 26

Sheath Care and Removal-this course will prepare participants to care for patients with arterial and venous sheaths. Critical concepts of patient monitoring, the sheath removal process, proper techniques for manual compression needed to achieve hemostasis and potential complications and management will be discussed. Audience: RNs, LPNs, MCTs, and Cardiovascular Techs Contact Hours: 3.0 ABN, 2.5 ASNA Dates: Jan 17 Apr 11 July 18 Oct 10 Time: 1:30pm-4:30pm Feb 14 May 9 Aug 15 Nov 7 Mar 14 June 20 Sep 12 Dec 5 Location: Classroom A Fee: EAMC Employees: No Charge Non-Employees: $36

Scan the code or register for class at http://www.cvent.com/d/fcqdsb Team Building 101-this course covers the role of teamwork, delegation and communication in the care of the hospitalized patient. Audience: All healthcare providers Time: 12:30pm-1:30pm Location: Classroom A Dates: Jan 8 & 22 Feb 5 Mar 5 & 19 Apr 2, 16 & 30

May 14 & 29 June 11 & 25 July 9 & 23 Aug 6 & 20

Sep 4 & 17 Contact Hours: 1.0 ABN, 0.8 ASNA Oct 1, 1 pending ASRT approval Nov 12 & 26 Dec 10 & 26

Class starts promptly; Please dress comfortably The Joint Commission National Patient Safety Goals: Helping You Keep Your Patients Safe-this class will familiarize you with the current National Patient Safety Goals and TJC Standards.

Audience: All Healthcare Providers Time: 10am-11:30am Location: Classroom A Contact Hours: 1.6 ABN, 1.3 ASNA Dates: Jan 8 & 22 May 14 & 29 Sep 4 & 17 pending ASRT approval Feb 5 & 19 June 11 & 25 Oct 1, 15 & 29 Mar 5 & 19 July 9 & 23 Nov 12 & 26 Apr 2, 16 & 30 Aug 6 & 20 Dec 10 & 26 Class starts promptly; Please dress comfortably

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Clinical Development (cont’d) Therapeutic Hypothermia-this class will discuss how to increase chances of survival from Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest (OOHCA) by applying Therapeutic Hypothermia after return of spontaneous circulati0n (ROSC) in the unresponsive patient. Audience: Patient Care Providers in ED, ICU, and Cath Lab

Note: This class is for EAMC Employees only Dates: Mar 13

Oct 23

Time: 8am-9am

Location: Classroom A

Contact Hours: 4.0 ABN Class starts promptly; Please dress comfortably Why We Do What We Do: Evidence-Based Practice-this class is to educate the nurse on evidence-based practice and how it applies to general nursing care. Audience: Nurses

Location: Classroom A

Time: 2pm-4pm

Dates: Jan 23 Feb 6 Mar 6 Apr 3 May 15 June 12 July 10 Aug 7 Sep 18 Oct 16 Nov 13 Dec 11 Contact Hours: 1.8 ABN, 1.5 ASNA Class starts promptly; Please dress comfortably Wound and Ostomy Care-this class will prepare the nurse to assess, care for and document wound, ostomy and continence care. Audience: RNs, LPNs & MCTs Dates: Jan 15

Mar 12 May 21 July 16

Location: Classroom A

Sep 10 Nov 19

Time: 8am-4:30pm

Contact Hours: 7.0 ABN, 5.8 ASNA

Fee: EAMC Employees: No Charge Non-Employees: $84

Scan the code or register for class at http://www.cvent.com/d/8cq3hv

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Clinical Development (cont’d) Note: The Cancer Conferences are for EAMC Employees only. Cancer Conference-is a forum to provide multidisciplinary consultative serves for patients as well as offer education to physicians and allied health professionals. Audience: Due to the sensitive nature of case confidentiality, conferences are limited to EAMC and physician’s staff. Patient confidentiality is strictly maintained in accordance with hospital policy. Location: Classroom C Dates/Times: Jan 8 12pm Feb 5 12pm Mar 5 12pm Apr 2 12pm Apr 30 12pm June 4 12pm July 9 12pm Aug 6 12pm Sep 3 12pm Oct 8 12pm Nov 12 12pm Dec 3 12pm

Contact Hours: 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit Jan 22 7:30am Feb 19 7:30am Mar 19 7:30am Apr 16 7:30am May 14 7:30am June 18 7:30am July 23 7:30am Aug 20 7:30am Sep 17 7:30am Oct 22 7:30am Nov 26 7:30am Dec 17 7:30am

Phlebotomy Training for Physician Office Employees Contact Robin McCormick at 334-528-1481 to schedule a class. Phlebotomy Training for Physician Office Employees (phlebotomy training for non-employees)-this course is designed to help office employees draw blood utilizing OSHA Standards and the latest blood collection techniques. Audience: Physician Office Employees who draw blood or other interested students. Location: Health Resource Center

Contact Hours: None

Fees: $99-we will teach students classroom/didactic lessons and practice these

techniques on mannequins in our skills lab. Included in this price is a 2 hours clinical session with your employee in your office, as we assist them to perform phlebotomy skills on patients, and validate their competencies.

$49-we will teach students classroom/didactic lesson s and practice these techniques on mannequins in our skills lab. (does not include practice on actual patients).

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Community Courses Breastfeeding Preparation-designed for new or expectant mothers who are interested in learning more about breastfeeding. Class includes information about techniques and methods, storing milk, weaning and hints for working mothers. Audience: Pregnant women or new mothers and their partners/support persons. Location: 3rd Floor Dayroom at EAMC (take main lobby elevator) Time: 10am-12pm Dates: Second Saturday of each month.

Scan the code or register for class at http://www.cvent.com/d/zcqxh9 Breastfeeding Support Group-provides a comfortable place for breastfeeding mothers to share ideas as well as seek information and emotional support. Audience: Pregnant women or new mothers and their partners/support persons. Location: 3rd Floor Dayroom at EAMC (take main lobby elevator) Dates: Every Thursday Time: 12pm-2pm (Drop in anytime & bring a lunch if you like) Cardiac Risk Factor Prevention-A Smart Start to a Healthy Heart is a free 2 hour class that will enable you to learn about the heart, a healthy lifestyle and what you can do to help your heart to “last a lifetime� Audience: All are welcome

Location: Health Resource Center Time: 10am-12pm

Dates: Second Tuesday of each month

Call 334-528-1694 to register.

Childbirth Preparation Class-this course is to help expectant parents be prepared physically, psychologically and intellectually to cope with pregnancy, labor, delivery and post-partum. Audience: Expectant parents

Location: Health Resource Center

Dates/Times/Fees: To view specific dates, times and fees, scan the code or go to http://www.cvent.com/d/lcqd22

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Community Courses (cont’d) Healthcare Academy I & II-fun interactive ways to learn about health careers and meet “real” healthcare providers. Audience: HCA I- Students who have completed grades 1-3 HCA II- Students who have completed grades 4-6 Location: Classroom B (basement EAMC) HCA I Dates: June 25 8am-12pm

HCA II Dates: June 27 8am-3pm

Cost: $15 per student (includes snack and materials) $20 per student (includes snack, lunch and materials)

Applications will be available on SharePoint, EAMC website and the Health Resource Center. Contact the Health Resource Center 334-528-1260 or email hrcrecp@eamc.org for more information. MICRO Camp “Medicine is Creating Real Opportunities”-fun interactive ways to discover health career options and meet healthcare providers. Audience: Students who have completed grades 7-12 Dates: July 23-25

Time: 8:30am-3:30pm Cost: $25 per student (includes t-shirt, snacks and lunch)

Camp is held on campus of Southern Union. Applications will be available on SharePoint, EAMC website and the Health Resource Center. Advance payment is required. Contact the Health Resource Center 334-528-1260 or email hrcrecp@eamc.org for more information. Limit 24. Safe Sitter-is a medically accurate program that teaches boys and girls age 11-13 how to handle emergencies when caring for children. Children will review safe and nurturing childcare techniques and demonstrate behavior management skills. Audience: Child must be age 11 the day of the class—No EXCEPTIONS!! Location: Health Resource Center

Dates: June 14

July 12

Time: 8am-3:30pm

Fees: $30 includes course material and lunch. Consent form and fee is due at the time of registration.

Scan the code or register for class at http://www.cvent.com/d/kcqxhw

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Emergency Nursing Association Courses ESI (Emergency Severity Index) 5 Level Triage-the purpose of this class is to discuss the ESI 5 Level Triage process, to review the responsibilities of the triage nurse and to practice correctly performing a triage in accordance with the ESI 5 Level Triage guidelines per the Emergency Nurses Association (ENA). Audience: RNs Dates: Mar 29

Aug 23

Time: 8am-12pm

Fee: EAMC Employees: No Charge Non-Employees: $50

Location: Classroom A

Contact Hours: 4.0 ABN, 3.3 ASNA

Scan the code or register for class at http://www.cvent.com/d/6cqd42 Emergency Nursing Pediatric Course (ENPC)-the purpose of this course is to provide core-level knowledge based on the best evidence available in pediatric emergency care while integrating both cognitive and psychomotor skills. Audience: RNs & Paramedics

Contact Hours: 15.33 ABN

Dates: Feb 5 & 6 July 18& 19 Time: 8am-4:30pm

Location: Health Resource Center

Fee: EAMC Employees: No Charge (required textbook $50) Non-Employees: $210 (includes textbook)

Scan the code or register for class at http://www.cvent.com/d/bcqd4q Health Innovations 2013-a variety of healthcare topics are presented by physicians and other experts in the field. Intended for all areas of nursing. Audience: RNs, Paramedics & Nursing Students Time: 7:30am-4pm Dates: TBD

Contact Hours: pending ABN

Location: Health Resource Center Fee: EAMC Employees: $35 Non-Employees: $50 Students: $25

Trauma Nursing Core Course (TNCC)-this course will provide core-level knowledge utilizing the six-phase trauma nursing process as the standard of nursing care while integrating both cognitive and psychomotor skills. Audience: RNs & Paramedics Dates: Apr 8-9 Oct 24-25 Time: 8am-4:30pm Location: Health Resource Center Fee: EAMC Employees: No Charge (required textbook $50) Contact Hours: 14.42 ABN Non-Employees: $210 (includes textbook)

Scan the code or register for class at http://www.cvent.com/d/8cqdcv

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EPIC EPIC 101: Making Lean Part of the EAMC Culture-participants will learn what is EPIC, discuss the history of Lean and the benefits of utilizing Lean in Healthcare, review EPIC definitions, the 8 wastes and EPIC tools. Audience: All EAMC employees

Note: This class is for EAMC employees only Time: 8am-4:30pm Dates: Jan 9 Feb 13 July 10 Aug 14

Location: EPIC Resource Center (3rd floor of EAMC) Mar 13 Sep 11

Apr 3 Oct 2

May 8 Nov 13

June 12 Dec 11

Contact Hours: 9.0 ABN, 7.5 ASBSWE, pending ASRT & CBSPD Introduction to EPIC for Healthcare Providers-this class is an introduction to LEAN principles, history and lean culture, problem solving, 8 wastes, tools & techniques for functioning in a continuously improving workplace, will be a fun and interactive learning experience. Audience: EAMC Patient Care Providers

Note: This class is for EAMC employees only

Time: 1:30pm-2:30pm

Dates: Jan 8 & 22 Feb 5 & 19 Mar 5 & 19 Apr 2, 16 & 30

Location: Classroom A

May 14 & 29 June 11 & 25 July 9 & 23 Aug 20

Sep 4 & 17 Oct 1, 15 & 29 Nov 12 Dec 10

Class starts promptly; Please dress comfortably

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Leadership Development Note: The Leadership Development Courses are for EAMC employees only. Contact Person: Marcilla Gross 334.528.5825 Critical Thinking Skills-Participants of this course will be able to: define critical thinking, identify assumptions, distinguish between fact and opinion.

Audience: EAMC Supervisors, Frontline Leaders and Management Team Time: 8am-12pm Location: Health Resource Center Dates: Mar 5 June 4 Sept 10 Dec 3 Contact Hours: 4.4 ABN, 3.6 ASNA & ASBSWE, pending ASRT & CBSPD Leadership Development: Crucial Conversations- Participants of this class will learn how to: understand how to spot the conversations that are keeping them from what they want, stay focused on what they really want, speak persuasively, not abrasively.

Audience: Management Team, Supervisors and Frontline Leaders Time: 8am-5pm (both days) Location: Health Resource Center Dates: Jan 17 -18 Feb 27-28 Apr 4-5 May 2-3 Aug 28-29 Contact Hours: pending ABN, ASBSWE, ASRT, CBSPD Leadership Development: Delegating for Results- Participants of this class will learn how to: identify tasks and responsibilities that can and should be delegated and determine the most effective method of allocating them, use a set of criteria to select the best people for tasks and responsibilities, identify barriers to delegation and tactics for overcoming them.

Audience: Management Team, Supervisors and Frontline Leaders

Location: Health Resource Center Contact Hours: pending ABN, ASBSWE,ASRT, CBSPD Dates/Times: Feb 8 8am-12pm July 10 1pm-5pm Aug 7 1pm-5pm Oct 30 1pm-5pm Leadership Development: Essentials of Leadership- Participants of this class will learn how to: multiply their effectiveness by motivating their team and helping people to be more effective, accomplish more in interactions in less time, while enhancing interpersonal relationships.

Audience: Management Team, Supervisors and Frontline Leaders Location: Health Resource Center Contact Hours: pending ABN, ASBSWE, ASRT, CBSPD

Dates/Times: Jan 16 1pm-5pm

May 1 1pm-5pm

Sept 25 1pm-5pm

Leadership Development: Getting Started as a New Leader- Participants of this class will learn how to: quickly and effectively achieve results in their new role as a leader, focus their time and efforts on high-priority tasks, achieve business results through others by building strong relationships with team members.

Audience: Supervisors and Frontline Leaders

Location: Health Resource Center Contact Hours: pending ABN, ASBSWE, ASRT, CBSPD

Dates/Times: Jan 25 8am-12pm

May 10 8am-12pm

Oct 4 8am-12pm

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Leadership Development (cont’d) Note: The Leadership Development Courses are for EAMC employees only. Contact Person: Marcilla Gross 334.528.5825 Leadership Development: Making Meetings Work- Participants of this class will learn how to: plan, facilitate, and follow-up on meetings to ensure that business results are achieved, use appropriate intervention techniques to keep meetings on track, create and implement a strategy for effectively leading virtual meetings. Audience: Management Team, Supervisors and Frontline Leaders Location: Health Resource Center

Contact Hours: pending ABN, ASBSWE, ASRT, CBSPD

Dates/Times: Feb 20 1pm-5pm Apr 24 1pm-5pm July 26 8am-12pm Dec 4 1pm-5pm Leadership Development: Project Management- Participants of this class will learn how to: understand the basic principles of project management, evaluate likely project risks and develop appropriate response strategies, assemble, manage and motivate a project team. Audience: Management Team, Supervisors and Frontline Leaders Location: Health Resource Center

Contact Hours: pending ABN, ASBSWE, ASRT, CBSPD

Dates/Times: Mar 8 8am-5pm

June 21

8am-5pm

Leadership Development: Resolving Conflict- Participants of this class will learn how to: effectively resolve workplace conflict and enhance productivity, efficiency and morale, help others take responsibility for resolving workplace conflict. Audience: Management Team, Supervisors and Frontline Leaders Location: Health Resource Center Dates/Times: Feb 15 8am-12pm May 22 1pm-5pm

Contact Hours: pending ABN, ASBSWE, ASRT, CBSPD Apr 19 8am-12pm Sept 6 8am-12pm

Preceptor/Coach Workshop- this course will provide tactics and strategies for becoming a more effective preceptor/coach in that role when orienting the new employee. Audience: New or Potential preceptors who will function as a Coach to orient new Clinical or Non-Clinical Staff. Must have Manager approval to attend workshop. Dates: Jan 10

Apr 5 July 31 Oct 15

Time: 8am-4pm

Location: Health Resource Center Contact Hours: 8.3 ABN, 6.9 ASNA & ASBSWE , Pending ASRT & CBSPD

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Med ED Acutely Ill Med-Surg Patient: Clinical Updates and Treatments-this course will review acute coronary syndromes, life threatening dysrhythmias, rules & regulatory bodies, pulmonary hypertension, ABGs and more. Audience: RNs, LPNs and other interested healthcare providers Dates: February 25 & 26

Time: 8am-4pm

Location: Health Resource Center

Fees: EAMC Employees: $10 per day Contact Hours: 13.0 Non-Employees: $110 per day; Groups of 3 or more $100

Scan the Code or register for class at http://www.cvent.com/d/wcq3z1 Drug Influence on Anesthesia-this course will review everything you forgot about neuromuscular blockade, opioids in practice, inhaled anesthetic agents, and more. Audience: CRNAs, RNs, LPNs, Respiratory Therapists and other interested healthcare providers Dates: Mar 16

Time: 8am-4pm

Location: Health Resource Center

Fees: EAMC Employees: $10 Contact Hours: TBA Non-Employees: $110; Groups of 3 or more $100

Scan the Code or register for class at http://www.cvent.com/d/6cq3zc

Managing Bedside Emergencies for the Non-ICU Nurse-this course will review high risk populations for cardiovascular morbidity, take action in ACS, honing in on heart failure, down & dirty of DKA and HHNKS and more. Audience: RNs, LPNs Dates: Sep 17 & 18

Time: 8am-4pm

Location: Health Resource Center

Fees: EAMC Employees: $10 per day Contact Hours: 13.0 Non-Employees: $110 per day; Groups of 3 or more $100

Scan the Code or register for class at http://www.cvent.com/d/9cq33h

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Med ED (cont’d) Maternal Newborn Certification-this course reviews topics for the National Certification Corporation (NCC) examination “Maternal Newborn Nursing”. Elements of the exam are discussed, followed by a review of the content. Audience: RNs Dates: Mar 5 & 6

Time: 8am-4pm

Location: Health Resource Center

Fees: EAMC Employees: $10 per day Contact Hours: 13.5 Non-Employees: $110 per day; Groups of 3 or more $100

Scan the Code or register for class at http://www.cvent.com/d/0cq3t3 Pediatric Crisis: Recognition and Management- this course will review difference between us and the little people, quick assessment of the urgent vs non-urgent child, shock, bites & stings and much more. Audience: RNs/LPNs and any other interested healthcare provider. Dates: Aug 29 & 30

Time: 8am-4pm

Location: Health Resource Center

Fees: EAMC Employees: $10 Contact Hours: 13.0 Non-Employees: $110; Groups of 3 or more $100

Scan the Code or register for class at http://www.cvent.com/d/5cq3t3 Time Sensitive Issues: Stroke, STEMI, Sepsis- this course is designed for all healthcare professionals caring for the adult hospitalized patient. The focus of the presentation is rapid assessment, triage and treatment of the three most time sensitive emergencies for the hospitalized adult. Audience: RNs/LPNs and any other interested healthcare provider. Dates: June 20 or 21

Time: 8am-4:30pm

Location: Health Resource Center

Fees: EAMC Employees: $10 Contact Hours: 7.0 Non-Employees: $110 ; Groups of 3 or more $100

Scan the Code or register for class at http://www.cvent.com/d/9cq3gk

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Self Development Basic Medical Terminology-is designed to give the learner the tools to interpret unfamiliar terms and decipher their meaning in order to understand basic medical terminology. Audience: Patient Care Assistants, MCTs, Medical Office Assistants, Clerks, Techs, Physician Office Support Staff and anyone interested in this topic. Location: Health Resource Center

Dates: Jan 25 July 19

Feb 15 Aug 16

Mar 29 Sept 13

Times: 8am-11am Fee: EAMC Employees: No Charge Non-Employees: $30 Apr 19 May 10 June 21 Oct 25 Nov 8 Dec 20

Scan the Code or register for class at http://www.cvent.com/d/hcqxy2 ENCORE-Creating Show Stopper Patient & Customer Experiences- ENCORE! Is the 2nd series organization-wide customer service training following our 5 years of On-Stage offerings. This course will include discussions & interactive audience involvement regarding: Changes in healthcare that impact the patient experience, how to create show stopper customer experiences. Audience: All EAMC Employees, Volunteers Dates: Jan 29 Feb 26 Mar 27

Apr 24 May 21 June 20

July 31 Aug 28 Sep 10

Times: 8am-12pm & repeated 1pm-5pm on most dates, check OTIS for specifics

Location: Classroom C

Contact Hours: pending approval ABN, ASBSWE, ASRT & CBSPD Non-Violent Crisis Intervention (CPI)-teaches you to protect yourself and manage behavioral violence in a healthcare setting. Audience: EAMC Employees only Dates/Time/Location: February 6 9am-4pm April 17-18 4pm-8pm June 13 9am-4pm Sept 12 9am-4pm

Contact Hours: Pending approval ABN

Classroom B Classroom B Classroom C Classroom C

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Self Development (cont’d) Non-Violent Crisis Intervention Refresher(CPI)-teaches you to protect yourself and manage behavioral violence in a healthcare setting. Audience: EAMC Employees who have previously taken the full Non-Violent Crisis Intervention (CPI) course. Dates/Time/Location: Jan 10 4pm-8pm Mar 14 4pm-8pm May 2 8:30am-12:30pm July 25 8:30am-12:30pm Aug 15 4pm-8pm Aug 22 8:30am-12:30pm

Contact Hours: Pending approval ABN Classroom B Classroom C Classroom C Classroom C Classroom C Classroom B

School at Work (SAW)-a bridge program that prepares employees for better paying jobs and for entrance to college. Refresh your math, reading and communication skills. Have fun learning with your co-workers. Gain the skills you need to move ahead. Audience: EAMC Employees with clinical focus or interested in continuing their education and moving up the career ladder. Dates/Times: Classes will be scheduled during the work day for two hours. Begins in September and continues through May. Watch FOCUS for enrollment dates and times. Contact: Mike Smith 334-528-1469 or Debra Walters 334-528-4162 for more information Targeted Selection-a proven and accurate behavior-based selection system. This workshop will help you build interviewing skills and confidence for more accurate selection decisions. Audience: EAMC Employees involved in candidate screening and interviewing. Must have Manager recommendation/approval. Dates: Jan 15-16, remaining 2013 dates TBD Time: 8am-4:30pm Day 1, 8am-12pm Day 2 (Must attend both days) Contact: Kathey McEachin 334-528-1356

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Scholarship Loan Program Purpose: the purpose of EAMC’s Scholarship Loan Program is twofold. It provides students with financial assistance and it assures EAMC of welltrained, competent healthcare professionals. Eligibility: anyone pursuing a health-related career in which EAMC has an actual or projected need may apply. Examples include but are not limited to: nursing, medical laboratory science, emergency medical services, medical coding, and rehabilitative therapy. Award Amount: the total amount awarded is determined by the program and school at which the student is enrolled. Repayment of Scholarship Loan: the scholarship recipient agrees to accept full-time employment with EAMC after graduation for a period of time as outlined in the contract. The exact amount of time is determined by the amount of the loan the student receives. Application Deadlines: Spring/Summer Semester: 1st Friday of October (no later than 4:30pm) Fall Semester: 1st Friday of May (no later than 4:30pm) Applications are available at www.eamc.org , Careers, Scholarships Contact Robin McCormick, Clinical Educator I, 334-528-1481 for more information.

Tuition Reimbursement Program EAMC Tuition Reimbursement Program is designed to help employees with the cost of college tuition. Eligibility: 

Employment-must have one year service with EAMC, FT or PT

Relevance-course taken must benefit employee in current position or help prepare for a future healthcare career. Grade Earned-student must pass course with a “C” or higher. The level of reimbursement correlates to the grade earned as follows:

A = 100%

B = 75%

C = 50%

Limit: reimbursement limit is $1,500 per fiscal year. Coverage: only tuition expenses will be reimbursed. Applications can be found on Sharepoint under Education. For more information, contact Human Resources 334-528-4188.

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Health Related Programs of Study Auburn University www.auburn.edu Exercise Science Med Tech or Clinical Lab Tech Nursing-BSN, MSN, BS → BSN

Auburn University at Montgomery www.aum.edu Exercise Science Med Tech or Clinical Lab Tech Nursing-BSN, MSN, ADN → BSN Pre-PT Central Alabama Community College www.cacc.edu Nursing-LPN, LPN → RN, AND

Columbus Technical College www.columbustech.edu Nursing-LPN→RN, AND, ADN→BSN Pharm Tech Radiology Surg. Technology Columbus State www.ColumbusState.edu Exercise Science Health Admin Nursing-BSN Chattahoochee Valley Community College www.cv.edu CNA Med Assisting Nursing-LPN, ADN

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Southern Union State Community College www.suscc.edu CNA EMT Nursing-LPN, LPN→RN, ADN, Paramedic→RN Radiology Surg Technology Troy University www.troy.edu Nursing-BSN, MSN, ADN→BSN

University of Alabama Birmingham www.uab.edu Health Admin Med Tech or Clinical Lab Tech Nursing-BSN, MSN Occu. Therapy Physical Therapy Radiology University of South Alabama www.southalabama.edu Physical Therapy Occu. Therapy Radiology University of West Alabama www.uwa.edu Athletic Trainer Nursing Wallace Community College www.wallace.edu EMT Med Assisting Nursing-LPN, LPN→RN, ADN PTA Radiology


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Directions to the Health Resource Center

From the Southwest (Montgomery, AL) • • • •

Take I-85 N to Exit 58 (Hwy 280 W-Gateway Drive) Take Hwy 280 W (Gateway Drive) to Hwy 29 N (Pepperell Parkway) Turn right onto Pepperell Parkway The Health Resource Center is the second building on the right

From the Northeast (Atlanta, GA) • • • •

Take I-85 S to Exit 58 (Hwy 280 W-Gateway Drive) Take Hwy 280 W (Gateway Drive) to Hwy 29 N (Pepperell Parkway) Turn right onto Pepperell Parkway The Health Resource Center is the second building on the right

From the Northwest (Birmingham, AL) • •

Take Hwy 280 E (Gateway Drive) to Hwy 29 N (Pepperell Parkway) Turn left onto Pepperell Parkway

The Health Resource Center is the second building on the right

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East Alabama Medical Center 2000 Pepperell Parkway Opelika, AL 36801 334.749.3411

EastHealth Alabama Medical Center Resource Center 2000 Parkway 2027Pepperell Pepperell Parkway AL36801 36801 Opelika, Opelika, AL 334.749.3411 334.528.1260 www.eamc.org

Health Resource Center email: hrcrecp@eamc.org 2027 Pepperell Parkway AL&36801 Opelika, Professional Practice Development 2000334.528.1260 Pepperell Parkway

www.eamc.org Opelika, AL 36801 hrcrecp@eamc.org email: 334.528.3038


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