CNM Ingenuity provides current continuing education for healthcare industry professionals through Workforce Training.
Nurse Refresher & Clinical
The Nurse Refresher Theory class focuses on current nursing practice as related to the clinical area of medical-surgical nursing care. It is designed to meet the educational needs of nurses who have been out of the clinical setting and desire to re-enter the clinical workplace; and/or as part of the New Mexico Board of Nursing (BON) requirement for licensure reactivation.
The 72-80 hour precepted Nurse Refresher Clinical is a requirement of the Nurse Refresher Program. The clinical practicum should be performed within four weeks of completion of the Nurse Refresher Theory (online) but no later than 6 months of the temporary license issuance.
Fundamentals of Debriefing
Debriefing is an important part of the learning experience. In fact, research shows that most of the learning occurs during the debriefing phase, but only when educators are skilled in using effective debriefing methods. Be the best educator you can be!
This course is designed for medical imaging professionals, including registered sonographers (general, OB-GYN, Breast, and Vascular) and radiologic technologists. The goal of this course is to provide updated information and protocols related to imaging techniques which will enhance professional skills and improve patient care. Breakfast and lunch is included in the cost of registration. 8 SDMS Category “A” CME’s have been applied for through the Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonography for this event.
Community Dental Health Program
This course series is for Registered Dental Hygienists who wish to co-function in the role of Community Dental Health Coordinator (CDHC). CDHC’s work with underserved communities, and have an emphasized skill set related to oral health. Working under the direction of a dentist, and in partnership with a community clinic, CDHCs provide oral health education, prevention intervention, and low-level dental care. They also help patients navigate an often-complex public health system to receive adequate oral healthcare. CDHCs will also establish an oral health referral system with the community clinic, federally qualified health system, and/or dentists with whom they work.
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