Considerations in the treatment of post-deployment stress effects.
- Learn effective treatment responses
- Learn how the body responds to threat
- Understand the military culture
- Learn appropriate treatment considerations and deliveries
- Learn to use assessment instruments including suicide risk
- Learn ideas for re-balancing and self care
- Define low risk drinking, at-risk drinking, problem drinking, and alcohol dependence in older adults
- Know drinking guidelines for adults age 65 and over
- Understand the prevalence of at-risk drinking, problem drinking, and alcohol dependence among older adults
- Identify signs and symptoms of alcohol problems in older adults
- Know how to use brief alcohol interventions with older adults
- Recognize barriers to intervention and treatment, and how to address them
Not only does the family influence the developmental course of alcohol use disorders, but the alcohol use disorders of individual family members influence the entire family's functioning and developmental outcomes of the system and its members.
Recognize a family systems perspective of alcohol use disorders;
Be familiar with family factors that increase or reduce risk of developing an alcohol use disorder;
Be familiar with family problems that may result from or co-occur with an alcohol use disorder;
Understand recent research concerning the relationship between family factors and recovery.
This course addresses the problems that alcohol can have on the family and intimate relationships.
1. Understand how alcohol effects the entire family
2. Learn the types of problems that co-occur such as violence, infidelity, jealousy, economic insecurity, and divorce
3. Learn brief and long term intervention approaches
By the end of this module, learners should be:
- Familiar with literature relating alcohol issues to race, ethnicity, and culture;
- Knowledgeable about diverse patterns of alcohol use among individuals from various racial, ethnic, and cultural groups-differences between and among groups;
- Knowledgeable about the effects of alcohol on different groups and the factors associated with alcohol use among members of various groups;
- Prepared to provide effective alcohol intervention and prevention services by exploring strategies appropriate for use with members of varied racial, ethnic, and cultural groups.
Professionals working with high risk populations can review the history, transmission, statistics and vaccine information for Hepatitis B. Meets the requirements for those seeking CE hours in infectious disease.
- Learn historical terms and prevalence for Hepatitis B
- Learn the DNA makeup of Hepatitis B
- Learn how it is and is not transmitted
- Learn the role that vaccinces play in Hebatitis B
This is a great course for professionals seeking CEU's in the area of infectious disease. It informs professionals and parents of the basic purpose and possible side effects of each vaccine.
- Know the benefits and risks of vaccines
- Learn the types of vaccines
- Learn the steps to take when a child is vaccinated
- Learn the commonly used vaccines and their purpose