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Continuing Education External Training

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Continuing Education External Training

  1. 1. University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey University Behavioral HealthCare Continuing Education External Training Calendar February – June 2010 Training and Consultation Resources: Offering high-quality professional development training opportunities
  2. 2. What’s Inside Information…………………………………page 3 Clinical Training………………………….page 4 • Standard First Aid with CPR – Adult & Child (page 4) • NJ Alcohol and Drug Counselor Regulations (page 6) • Tourette Syndrome & Associated Mental Health Disorders (page 8) Staff Improvement • UBHC Computer Trainings (page 9) • New Jersey’s Inaugural Statewide Behavioral Health Care Quality Improvement Fair (page 10) Registration Details………………………page 12 Registration Information ………………page 13 Registration is required for all trainings. Important Information Regarding Professional Contact Hours Please note that participants may not be eligible for continuing education credits if they are not on time and present for the entire session and sign-in and sign-out. Partial credits will not be issued to participants arriving late or leaving early. Contact hour fee is only accepted with the contact hour request form which is to be mailed, with payment, after the program. 2
  3. 3. Training and Consultation Resources Team (732) 235-9282 Sharon Eaton Program Coordinator Robert Ford Training and Consultation Specialist Maxine Feintuch Program Assistant Mission Statement Training and Consultation Resources is dedicated to providing evidence-based and best practice trainings to behavioral health care professionals that promote high quality care for the people of New Jersey. 3
  4. 4. CLINICAL TRAININGS American Red Cross Standard First Aid with CPR Adult and Child For the Lay Person (Not RN’s or MD’s) Date: Tuesday, March 16, 2010 Time: 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM Location: Training Room B & G 151 Centennial Avenue Piscataway, NJ 08854 Fee: $65 UBHC Staff (Free if this course is required for your UBHC job) $100 Others Limited to 20 people Purpose Train lay responders to overcome any reluctance to act in emergency situations and to recognize and care for life-threatening respiratory or cardiac emergencies in adults and children. Provide the lay responder with the knowledge and skills necessary in an emergency to help sustain life and to minimize pain and the consequences of injury or sudden illness until professional medical help arrives. Learning Objectives 1• Describe how to recognize and respond to an emergency. 2• Describe the purpose of the Good Samaritan Laws. 3• Describe the difference between consent and implied consent. 4• Describe the three emergency action steps. 5• Identify when and how to call 9-1-1 or the local emergency number. 6• Identify how to minimize the risk of disease transmission when giving care. 7• Demonstrate how to minimize the risk of disease transmission when giving care. 8• Demonstrate how to check an unconscious and conscious person for life-threatening and nonlife-threatening conditions. 9• Identify the signals of shock and describe how to minimize its effects. 10• Describe how to prioritize care for injuries and sudden illnesses. 11• Identify the signals of various soft tissue and musculoskeletal injuries. 12• Identify the signs and symptoms of sudden illness, including stroke, diabetic emergency, 13 poisoning and allergic reactions, and how to care for them. 14• Identify the signs and symptoms of heat- and cold-related emergencies and describe how to 15 care for them. 16• Demonstrate how to control bleeding. 17• Identify the signals of head, neck and back injuries and explain how to care for them. Continued Next Page 4
  5. 5. CLINICAL TRAININGS (cont.) American Red Cross Standard First Aid with CPR Adult and Child For the Lay Person (Not RN’s or MD’s) 18 Learning Objectives (continued) 19 20• Demonstrate how to care for a muscle, bone or joint injury. 21• Recognize the signals of a breathing emergency. 22• Demonstrate how to care for a person who is choking. 23• Demonstrate how to recognize and care for a person who is not breathing. 24• Recognize the signals of a cardiac emergency. 25• Identify the links in the Cardiac Chain of Survival. 26• Describe how to care for a heart attack. 27• Demonstrate how to give cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). Certification Requirement • Attend and participate in all course sessions. • Demonstrate competency in all required skills listed on the skills checklist. • Participate in all skills sessions. • Pass each section of the written exam with a score of 80 percent or better. Certificate Issued and Validity Period CPR—Adult and Child: 1 year Standard First Aid: 3 years Continued Next Page 5
  6. 6. CLINICAL TRAININGS New Jersey Alcohol and Drug Counselor Regulations Featuring Edward Reading, PhD, LCADC, CCS Every Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LCADC and CADC) is required to take a 6 hour live training program concerning the NJ Alcohol and Drug Counselor Regulations within their first licensure cycle. It is recommended that it be taken after changes in the regulations. This presentation will include the 2009 changes in the regulations. Other mental health providers would also benefit from this training program if they will be supervising Alcohol and Drug Counselor Interns, or CADCs. This program is approved for Continuing Education for LCADC, CADC, LPC, MFT. See details below. Date: Wednesday, March 31, 2010 Time: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Place: UMDNJ – University Behavioral HealthCare Conference Room B & G 151 Centennial Avenue Piscataway, New Jersey 08854 Free parking Fee: UBHC Staff with ID’s: $30 Other Professionals: $100 Fee Includes: Breakfast and Lunch, Handouts, and contact hours Program Overview This program will cover both the Statues and Regulations that govern the practice of Alcohol and Drug Counseling in NJ. It will cover all aspects of education and training, internships, scopes of practice, supervision requirements, professional misconduct, record keeping, and Continuing Education. Program Objectives: At the end of this training you will be able to: 1. Distinguish between Statues and Regulations 2. Examine educational and training requirements for Licensed Clinical and Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselors (LCADC and CADC), as well as continuing education. 3. Review the Scope of Practice of LCADC and CADC credentials. 4. Discuss the Supervision Requirements for Interns, Credentialed Interns, and CADCs. 5. Examine the difference between unethical and professional misconduct in practice. Continued Next Page 6
  7. 7. CLINICAL TRAININGS New Jersey Alcohol and Drug Counselor Regulations (continued) Agenda 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Registration, Breakfast and Pre-Test 10:00 AM – 10:30 AM Statues and Regulations 10:30 AM – 10:45 AM Break 10:45 AM – 11:45 AM Statues and Regulations (continued) 11:45 AM – 1:00 PM Regulations Part 2 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM Lunch 2:00 PM – 3:15 PM Regulations Part 3 3:15 PM – 3:30 PM Break 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM Regulations Part 4 4:30 PM – 5:00 PM Post Tests, Evaluations and Certificates Alcohol and Drug Counselor Continuing Education is granted by the Addiction Professional Certification Board of New Jersey for (6) six contact hours of Continuing Education for LCADCs, CADCs, LPCs, LMFTs, and CCSs. It fulfills the Mandatory Regulatory CE Requirement for LCADC/CADC. Continued Next Page 7
  8. 8. CLINICAL TRAININGS Tourette Syndrome and Associated Mental Health Disorders A Collaborative Approach to Symptom Identifications, Diagnosis and Treatment FEATURED SPEAKER Robert Alan King, MD Professor of Child Psychiatry, Yale Child Study Center Yale University School of Medicine Dr. King is Professor of child Psychiatry at the Yale Child Study Center, Yale School of Medicine, where he is medical director of the Yale Tic Disorder/OCD Clinic. Dr. King studied medicine at Oxford and Harvard Medical Schools, and completed his pediatric, psychiatric, and child psychiatric training at Harvard. He was a clinical research associate and staff psychiatrist at the National Institute of Mental Health and for the last 18 years has taught and conducted research at Yale in the areas of Tourette’s disorder, OCD, PANDAS, adolescent suicide and pediatric consultation/liaison psychiatry. He has served as an investigator on numbers federal and TSA grants and is the author of numerous research papers in these areas, the co-author of a textbook of child psychiatry, and co-editor of Suicide in Children and Adolescents (Cambridge University Press, 2003) The goal of this training is to provide information to behavioral health clinicians on the diagnosis and treatment of Tourette Syndrome and Associated Mental Health Disorders. Date: Friday, April 16, 2010 Time: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm Location: Training Room “B” UBHC 151 Centennial Ave Piscataway, NJ 08854 Fee: UBHC with ID: $30 Other Professionals: $50 Screeners are free Fee includes handouts, continental breakfast and lunch. Program Objectives: At the end of this training you will be able to: 1. Identify signs and symptoms of patients with Tourette Syndrome 2. Evaluate behaviors and determine if Tourette Syndrome is present when patients exhibit behaviors associated with such mental health and behavioral health disorders as anxiety, OCD, depression, ADHD, ADD, and school phobia, etc. 3. Examine the need for collaboration among psychiatry, neurology, psychology and social services for treatment of patients with Tourette Syndrome. 4. Review information on the latest treatment modalities and the selection of the most appropriate treatment approaches for the treatment plan. 5. Discuss the selection of the most frequently used medications (generic names only) for treating Tourette and the associated mental and behavioral health disorders. 8
  9. 9. STAFF IMPROVEMENT TRAININGS UBHC COMPUTER SCHEDULE PISCATAWAY CAMPUS Room D-103 671 Hoes Lane, Piscataway 08854 All Classes 9am – 4pm Space Limited Fee: Free for UBHC Staff Others $125 In order to maintain an optimum learning environment we ask that you do not register for a course that is above your skill level. Please review the prerequisites before registering to make sure you are attending the proper course. You may be asked to leave a course if you do not have the prerequisite knowledge. April 13, 2010 Intermediate Excel Prerequisite: Knowledge of Excel Basic Including: Entering data into a cell, editing a cell, closing a workbook, starting a new workbook, Auto calculate, built in functions, working with insert function, using the range finder, Saving a workbook, opening a workbook, formatting a workbook, using fill commands April 15, 2010 Advanced PowerPoint Prerequisite: Knowledge of PowerPoint Basic Including: Opening a presentation, viewing a presentation, navigating around the presentation, adding and deleting slides, multiple undo, redo and repeat, adding text to a slide, bullet slides, using layouts for media content, creating text boxes, selecting objects, formatting text, using Microsoft Graph, working with datasheets, selecting data on a datasheet, formatting graphs, working with drawing tools, editing drawing objects April 20, 2010 Advanced Word Prerequisite: Prerequisite: ability to create, edit, format, save, and print business documents that contain text, tables, and graphics. Students should also be able to use a web browser and an email program. In order to understand how Word interacts with other applications in the Microsoft Office System, students should have a basic understanding of how worksheets and presentations work April 27, 2010 Advanced Excel Prerequisite: Knowledge of above Excel Basic AND: Working with formulas that link workbooks and files, consolidating data from various worksheets, rules for designing a database, sorting a worksheet database, producing subtotals on a sorted list, placing totals below a filtered list, working with criteria ranges 9
  10. 10. Continued Next Page STAFF IMPROVEMENT TRAININGS You are invited! New Jersey’s Inaugural Statewide Behavioral Health Care Quality Improvement Fair June 2, 2010 The Behavioral Health Care Quality Improvement Fair will display quality improvement projects from all participating behavioral health organizations in New Jersey. Governor Richard Codey has generously agreed to present the Richard Codey Behavioral Health Care Quality Improvement Trophy to the winning organization at the Fair. The trophy will be held by the winning organization for one year, then passed on to the next year’s winner. Date: Wednesday, June 2, 2010 Time: 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM Place: The Imperia 1714 Easton Avenue Somerset, NJ 08873 Parking: FREE parking on site Program Fee: FREE Light Refreshments will be served Come and enjoy the presentations, exchange ideas, and celebrate the achievements and successes of your colleagues from organizations throughout the state of New Jersey. NOTE A free online “Quality Improvement in Behavioral Health Preparatory Training” is available on the University Behavioral HealthCare (UBHC) website at http://ubhc.umdnj.edu/. This training is designed to assist you in developing a quality improvement project that will: 1. Address issues that need improvement 2. Provide guidelines for designing appropriate measurement and data collection tools leading to meaningful outcomes 3. Assist you in developing your entry for the 2010 QI Fair. For further information contact Training and Consultation Resources at (732) 235-9282. Special Needs: If you have a special physical requirement and wish to discuss possible provisions, please contact Training and Consultation Resources at (732) 235- 9282. Sweaters and jackets are recommended to accommodate for room temperature variations. Registration to attend by using the attached form on page 11 10
  11. 11. Continued Next Page REGISTRATION FORM Please Complete Form and Mail to UBHC Training and Consultation Resources 151 Centennial Avenue Piscataway, New Jersey 08854 OR Fax to (732) 235-2850 New Jersey’s Inaugural Behavioral Health Care Quality Improvement Fair Wednesday, June 2, 2010 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM Name: ___________________________________________ Organization: ___________________________________________ Address: __________________________________________ Phone: _____________________________________________ Email: ________________________________________________ 11
  12. 12. Registration Details Course Confirmation Procedure To ensure accurate course participant registration, TCR will send email confirmation to all course participants 3 working days prior to a TCR course. If you do not receive this confirmation email, in which you believe you are pre- registered for a course, please call us at (732) 235-9282 so that you can enroll in the course. Cancellation Policy If you cannot attend the program, please call (732) 235-9282 so that we can fill your seat with individuals on the program waiting list. Refund Policy A full refund can be received up to 48 hours of the first date of the training, less a 15% processing fee. Refunds cannot be given for a cancellation less than 48 hours prior to the first day of a training or a “no show”. Inclement Weather You may call (877) 863-4968 to obtain an announcement if UMDNJ – University Behavioral HealthCare is closed due to inclement weather. If UMDNJ-University Behavioral HealthCare is closed, the program you have registered for will be canceled and rescheduled. A full refund will be made available upon a written request received within two weeks of the canceled program. Special Needs If you have special physical or dietary requirements and wish to discuss possible provisions, please contact Training and Consultation Resources at (732) 235-9282. Additional Information All Centennial Avenue attendees must enter via the main door and register with the receptionist. University Behavioral HealthCare employees: Be sure to wear your UMDNJ ID badge. Sweaters and jackets are recommended to accommodate for room temperature variations. For further information and/or grievances contact Training and Consultation Resources at (732) 235-9282. UMDNJ reserves the right to modify the program content, program faculty, and program activities, and reserves the right to cancel the program if needed. Registration Information Next Page 12
  13. 13. PRINT THIS FORM COMPLETE AND FAX TO 732-235-2850 Or if payment is required - Mail with payment to University Behavioral HealthCare Training and Consultation Resources 151 Centennial Avenue Piscataway, NJ 08854 You may duplicate and use one form for each registration. REGISTRATION FORM Must Be Completed In Full To Be Registered Course Title ____________________________________________________ Date/Time ____________________________________________________ Name ____________________________________________________ Organization ___________________________________________________ Professional Title: ___________________________________________________ Address: ___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ Phone ___________________________________________________ Email ___________________________________________________ Registration Fee Must Accompany Registration: _____________________ Checks or money orders only (payable to UMDNJ-UBHC) Contact Hour Fee: Payment is to be mailed to the above address after attending the program. Contact hour fee is only accepted with the contact hour request form which is to be mailed in, with payment, after the program. 13

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