I invite you to embark on a rewarding journey to obtain a Certificate of Achievement for completing two separate 12-hour learning tracks, and passing a test:
- Research and guidelines (12 hours).
- Case/practice management (12 hours).
Complete the first 12 learning modules and pass the competency test to receive the Phase I Certificate of Achievement. Complete the second group of 12 modules and receive a Phase II Certificate of Achievement. Completing these 24 one-hour webinars/PPs will enhance your knowledge and improve the potential to grow your practice!
While I would encourage you take all 24 modules, you can pick and choose and pay for each individual session as they become available. You can also pre-pay for an entire series at a greatly reduced rate by calling my office: 614-419-2454.
All 45-60-minute classes will explore the contents of relevant papers related to each topic. Once you become familiar with the contents you will possess the knowledge to discuss this important information with your patients and others (ex. Employers), establishing yourself as a confident evidence-based and informed clinician. More importantly, we will demonstrate how to use this information to build stronger and more successful practices. At the end of every module you will know exactly how to implement the research into your daily practice. Our goal is to help you become “THE” resource for accurate evidence-based information in your area.
This is where research becomes useful and relevant! These classes will teach you how to infuse research into every aspect of clinical case management. Where literature is lacking, we will teach you how to make defensible clinical decisions. Your patients will observe noticeable changes in the delivery of care, especially as it relates to patient education. Patients will feel more confident and be more willing to refer others as they gain confidence that your clinical recommendations are grounded in literature versus the typical attitude of “it’s just how we’ve always done it”. It’s time to become more current and forward-thinking.