Eastern

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The eastern region is defined as Schoolcraft, Luce, Chippewa, and Mackinac counties.

Upcoming:

 

November 20, 2017

Med-Talk 2017/High School Students Interested in the Health Professions

Nov. 20th, Marquette Senior High School Little Theatre, 8:15 am - 2:15 pm

Med-Talk is designed for 9th through 12th grade students who are interested in a career in the health field.  Trending topics will be presented by experts in their field and include:  Concussion, Sleep, Distracted Driving, Cyber Bullying, Stress Management, Mental Health, Sports Nutrition, Substance Abuse Disorders, Importance of Self Love and LGBTQ issues.

Registration website:  www.regonline.com/nmumedtalk2017

Registration Fee:  $15.00

Registration Deadline:  November 6th

 

October 13, 2017 

"Pain Management & Opioid  Addiction" conference at NMU!

This conference will be for primary health providers and will address the urgent topics in healthcare and the community on pain management and opioid addiction through the lifespan.  Panel presentations will be from local and state professionals in healthcare and the legal system which will address concerns and solutions in this topic area.  Continuing education credits will be offered for primary and mental health providers for attendance.  The conference will be from 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. at the Lydia Olson Library on NMU's campus in LRC109/111 with satellite locations at UP Health Systems, Hancock; Great Lakes Recovery Centers, Negaunee; Aspirus, Ironwood and LMAS District Health Department, Newberry.

Medical Education Credit:  4.5 hours

NMU School of Nursing CE:  4.5 hours

NMU Social Work CE:  4.5 hours

MI Certification Board for Addiction Professionals (MCBAP) 4.5 hours

  • $65 All day
  • $30 2 hr. nursing pain CE requirement (8:30 am -11:00 am) light breakfast included
  • $20 All day student rate (ID required) (no CE credits)

To register: http://www.regonline.com/nmuahec2017

 

Building Trauma Informed Organizations Across Disciplines

Friday, May 12, 2017, 8 am - 2 pm, Cost $65

UP-AHEC (Simulcast live from Western Michigan University) NMU, Olson Library-LRC 109

This is a conference for all organizations/institutions interested in learning how to become a trauma informed organization and learn better care of patients, clients and students.

Continuing education for CME, SW, CHEC certifiend health education specialists and SCECH K-12 educators.

Register:  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/building-trauma-informed-care-across-discip...

For more information call Eriz Hughey 616-771-9487

 

Legislative Breakfast

Join us for breakfast and learn about your District's Area Health Education Center (AHEC) and their important accomplishments in Michigan's Healthcare Workforce

Wednesday, May 24, 2017, 8 a.m. to 9:30 a.m., House Office Building, Mackinac Room, Lansing, MI.  For more information call:  (616) 771-9487

RSVP:  rosario.hughey@wmich.edu

 

Speed Dating - Health Professions Style - April 4, 2017

This program is designed to expose students grades 10-12 from Newberry High School to a variety of health professionals including:  dental, surgical, nursing, social work, clinical lab sciences, radiology, physical therapy and occupational therapy.  Students will receive information on the different opportunities within each profession including various degree levels, salaries, and future outlook.

 

NMU Rural Health Careers Camp - May 15-17, 2017

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Offering students an introduction to the health care professions.

This camp provides rural high school students a hands-on learning experience about different health careers and allowed them to experience the opportunities available in the health professions. Students will experience health care simulations in nursing, clinical sciences, dentistry, medical, and sports science, students will also receive CPR training and a tour of Jacobetti Home for Veterans where they are able to learn how the various health professions work together to provide quality health care for individuals. Students will also receive information about education and training, academic requirements, financial aid and campus life. The staff for camp is comprised of NMU health professions faculty, health professionals currently in practice and college students studying towards a profession. For more information follow the link below or call 906-227-1628. 

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Hosted by: UP-AHEC, Nursing, Clinical Lab Sciences, Pre-professional programs, Health and Human Performance

 

 

Past

Treating the Whole Community  The Mind-Body Connection - August 21, 2015

UP-AHEC is partnering with the Western Regional Center AHEC to host this webinar style conference here in the UP. The conference will run from 8:00a.m. to 2:00p.m. with a lite breakfast and lunch provided. Topics for for the conference range from mental health to language skills in inter-professional care with speakers from the western Michigan area. The cost of registration is $75 and has three participating locations: NMU, UP Health System - Portage, and Mackinac Straits Hospital. CEUs and AMA PRA Category 1 Credits are available to those who are interested. Please call The Western Regional Center AHEC office at (616) 771-9487 with any questions.  

To register please follow this link:
https://iebms.ungerboeck.eup.wmich.edu/iebms/reg/reg_p1_form.aspx?oc=10&ct=AHECREGIS&eventid=12710  

To view the conference flyer please follow this link: 
Treating the Whole Community The Body-Mind Connection 

NMU Rural Health Careers Camp - May 11-13, 2015

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Offering students an introduction to the health care professions.

This camp provided rural high school students a hands-on learning experience about different health careers and allowed them to experience the opportunities available in the health professions. Students experienced health care simulations in nursing, clinical sciences, dentistry, medical, and sports science, students also received CPR training and a tour of Jacobetti Home for Veterans where they were able to learn how the various health professions work together to provide quality health care for individuals. Students also received information about education and training, academic requirements, financial aid and campus life. The staff for camp was comprised of NMU health professions faculty, health professionals currently in practice and college students studying towards a profession.

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Hosted by: UP-AHEC, Nursing, Clinical Lab Sciences, Pre-professional programs, Health and Human Performance

 

 

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This program will expose students grades 10-12 from Newberry High School to a variety of health professionals including: dental, surgical, nursing, social work, clinical lab sciences, radiology, physical therapy and occupational therapy. Students will receive information on the different opportunities within each profession including various degree levels, salaries, and future outlook. Participating students will have the opportunity to win a variety of prizes including a Kindel Fire!

A parents session will be available at lunch time the same day to discuss application requirements and financial aid questions with the chance to win and tablet!

 

 

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