This is a complete, current listing of Allied Health Online, Off-site, and Aide classes.
For other classes offered at Cloud, visit one of the following links:
Cloud Online courses
Concordia and Geary campus courses
Allied Health CEU's Online
Methamphetamine abuse is unfortunate and a common phenomenon in our society. Taking this workshop will enable the participant to understand the impact on the abuser and on his/her family. Treatment options will be discussed and a review of new research will be listed.</p>
This course is designed to provide a basic overview of childhood depression as identified by health and mental health professionals. Signs, symptoms, misconceptions, risk factors, etiology, and types of childhood depression are reviewed, as well assessment and treatment options.
<p><p>About two million people in the U.S. are self-inurers and approximately 1% of the population has inflicted physical injury upon themselves at some time in their life as a way to cope with an overwhelming situation or feeling.</p></p>
When caring for patients, we must not allow the stress of our workplace to interfere with our diligence in safely administering medications. This workshop will discuss safety measures and other safe guards to prevent medication errors.
Many times people wrongly assume that substance abuse is only experience by young and middle-aged adults. Substance abuse is an important area for healthcare professionals to effectively assess in elderly patients.
Ethics is a branch of philosophy that deals with values of human action, in regards to what is right or wrong as well as the goodness and badness of motives and actions. In general, ethics is defined as a system of moral principles. When a patient leaves themselves open to our care, they are trusting that we as healthcare professionals will hold ourselves and our co-workers to an ethical standard.
The term trust is utilized by our society to mean a number of things. Its meaning is quite different to those in the business and financial world, whereas in the nursing and psychological professionas the meaning and use of trust is thought to be an ethical component. Trust has been identified in literature as being essential to the relationship between nurse and patient.
<p>This workshop provides information on the impact of death on health care professionals and strategies to cope with the grieving of losing a patient.</p>
This course has been developed as continuing nursing education program to assist you in understanding the impact of trust upon our patients and the outcomes that they have, as well as the impact of trust on teams and organizations.
Allied Health off-site
This workshop is designed for anyone working in healthcare to better understand the process of quality workplace communication for the ultimate benefit of the patient, resident, client and customer. Strategies for communicating effectively with individuals who are unwilling to work toward team goals will be discussed. Successful strategies to manage job-related stressors which drain people of job productivity will be identified.
CCCC ~ Geary Campus, 631 Caroline Avenue, Junction City, Kansas.
Hemorrhagic Stroke carries a high risk of death and disability. Prompt evaluation and evidence based management of the patient with Hemorrhagic Stroke can impact survival and quality of life. A detailed discussion on pharmacological management will be presented.
Tammy Walker Cancer Center ~ 511 South Santa Fe, Salina, Kansas.
Hospice care is more than caring for a patient in the last moments of their life. Hospice is a service that provides care for the patient and their loved ones as they make this transition. Hospice is about living and making moments last when faced with a terminal illness. This workshop will answer your questions about hospice care and about how to access hospice.
Clay County Medical Center ~ 617 Liberty, Clay Center, Kansas.
This course will prepare Licensed Practical Nurses for Intravenous Therapy Certification.
Cloud County Community College ~ 2221 Campus Drive - Room - Tech West 101, Concordia, Kansas.
Course cost includes book. Dates and times are subject to change at the instructors discretion.
Tobacco use, insufficient physical activity, and poor nutrition among people of all ages are the three life styles that contribute most significantly to the development of chronic diseases. A community wide effort to transform the environment and places that daily tough the lives of people will create a culture of "healthy living".
Registration is from 8:30 am to 9:00 am / Workshop 9:00 - 5:00 pm.
As the title says this workshop will journey into the undiscovered area of the human energy field and explore some of the fascinating new and ancient - electromagnetic therapies. Be prepared to explore some entirely new ideas about the human energy field and discuss new possibilities in health care.
Metabolic syndrome will be discussed and how it relates to diabetes. Diabetes is everywhere and seems to be increasing every year. The focus of this workshop is a practical real world approach to assisting individuals with their attempt to fit diabetes into their lifestyle.
Republic County Hospital ~ Basement Meeting Room ~ 2420 G Street, Belleville, Kansas.
Americans spend an estimated 42 billion annually on weight loss foods, products and services. They are drawn to statements like "lose 30 pounds in 30 days" or "eat as much as you want and still lose weight". Participants will learn about a variety of "popular" diets and how to evaluate those plans in relationship to an overall healthy pattern of eating.
Memorial Hospital ~ 511 N.E. 10th, Abilene, Kansas.
This course will be taught following the Association of Women's Health, Obstetrical, Neonatal Nurses, (AWHONN) Curriculum. The attendees will receive basic fetal monitoring and discuss in detail intermediate fetal monitoring guidelines and practicum education.
This program will focus on defining acute coronary syndromes (ACS) and explore the management guidelines outlined by the American College of Cardiology and the American Heart Association. Treatment options for the ACS patient both in the rural and urban setting will be outlined. Twelve lead EKG interpretation will be discussed as a tool to aid in the diagnosing of ACS. Wrapping up, the day we will explore the subject of women and heart disease and look at how women differ from men in many aspects of this disease.
Tammy Walker Cancer Center ~ 511 South Santa Fe, Salina, Kansas
Students away from home for the first time and attending college frequently are very frightened when they become ill. Their symptoms that they tell the school nurse may be entirely different than what is really going on with them. Treating college students is a sometimes challenging but rewarding healthcare field.
This class will explain and introduce the use of essential oils in the treatment of acute and chronic illnesses. Participants will learn the safe application of oils and the healing properties of several commonly used oils. Essential oil constituents, the history of essential oil use, and the present day use in the clinical environment will be explored.
Have you ever wondered what it was like to work as a nurse in surgery before laparoscopes, flexible endoscopes, disposable drapes and gloves, and prepackaged sponges, just to name a few items. This workshop will discuss the many changes that have been made in surgical equipment and supplies in the last few decades.
This workshop will identify patients at risk and steps the clinician may take to promote primary prevention. Participants will learn how to quickly identify patients with stroke symptoms and what emergent steps need to be taken, based on available community resources. Early diagnosis and prompt treatment will impact survival and enhance quality of life. Various stroke assessment tools will be discussed.
<p><p>Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia have long been recognized as serious diseases in male and female adolescents and young adults.&nbsp; There will be discussion on ways that the two conditions are similar but different in method of treatment.&nbsp; The treatment plans for these diseases as well as other mental health issues in adolescents and young adults have changed and improved.</p></p>
<p><p>Tammy Walker Cancer Center ~ 511 South Santa Fe, Salina, Kansas.</p></p>
Diabetes is a group of chronic diseases characterized by hyperglycemia. The importance of protecting the body from hyperglycemia cannot be overstated. It is the direct and indirect effects of hyperglycemia that are the major source of morbidity and mortality in both Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes. It is important for the health care provider to have an understanding of the relationship between normal glucose metabolism, diabetes defects, and micro/macro vascular complications in order to prevent the complications of diabetes.
The bible provides a complete set of guidelines for living an abundant life. Come join us on a journey for through gods manual for human beings. Discover the foods eaten by the Hebrew people and how this diet helped stop diseases and extend life. Take a closer look at their sanitation practices that can halt the spread of dreaded diseases.
There have been many changes and updates in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders V. This workshop will examine and discuss the changes and assist attendees in keeping current in this rapidly changing world of Mental Healthcare.
CCCC ~ Geary Campus ~ 6631 Caroline Avenue, Junction City, Kansas.
Understanding dementia and its many faces is integral to providing quality care for the elderly confused patient. This class will focus on the symptoms that can help determine acute episode of dementia, and treatment options that may be applicable. To resolve this verses chronic dementias there etiologies, and treatment options to provide the best quality of life for the patient and family.
CCCC ~ 2221 Campus Drive, Concordia, Kansas. Room location to be announced.
Allied Health Online
Emergency Medical Technician
Home Health Aide
Medication Aide Update
This course teaches drug actions and interactions, safe handling and administration, legal and ethical dilemmas, and responsibiliteis of the certified medication aide (CMA). The course meets the CMA continuing education requirements through the Kansas department of Health and Environment.
CCCC ~ Geary County Campus, 631 Caroline Avenue, Junction City, KS.
Please bring a check or money made out to KDADS for your medication aide update license. Also bring a copy of your driver's license and social security card.
Cloud County Community College
2221 Campus Drive - Room 259
Please bring a $20.00 check or money order made out to KDADS, this is due the first day of the workshop for the renewal of your medication aide license, along with a copy of your medication aide license, driver's license and social security card.
2221 Campus Drive • Concordia, KS 66901 • 800-729-5101
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