Continuing Education & Development
Advance Your Health Care Career at University Health
At University Health, our classes and workshops help you gain valuable hands-on experience. Continuing education can also help you maintain your certification, licensure or get you started on your new career path in health care.
Learn more about our continuing education programs in various specialties and health topics.
Health care professionals are encouraged to advance their training in treatment of high-risk pregnancies through the continuing education program in maternal-fetal medicine. Classes are held throughout the year.
Advance your training in treatment of high-risk infants through courses offered in the continuing education program in neonatal medicine. Classes are held throughout the year.
The number one goal of rehabilitation is getting our patients back to their maximum level of fitness, whether due to injury, accident or illness. Stroke, spinal cord injury, congenital deformity and trauma are a few of the areas staff is encouraged to attend continuing education classes in rehabilitation medicine.
The Center for Learning Excellence at University Health offers American Heart Association CPR classes for our employees, staff and volunteers. Health care provider, heart saver and instructor courses are offered. Course textbooks are available through the Center for Learning Excellence.
University Health employees and house staff are encouraged to take the American Heart Association ACLS Provider and Renewal Class.
Continuing education for organ tissue donation provides nurses with the critical information about the need for donation, the various organs and tissues used for transplantation, brain death criteria and understanding the importance of contacting the organ or tissue agency early in the process. The crucial role of the nurse in the donation process is brought to light as donor families and recipients share the events of their lives.
This two-day ASIST workshop is designed for members of all caregiving groups. It’s used to improve caregivers' abilities to intervene until either the immediate danger of suicide is reduced or additional assistance or resources can be accessed.
Audio conferences on topics ranging from infection control, environmental services’ issues to clinical care focuses, such as diabetes, are held free of charge every month.