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14th Annual Pediatric Symposium
The learner will review practical, evidence-based approaches in the management of pediatric patients.
2015 Avera McKennan Diabetes Conference
At the completion of this conference, the participant will be able to discuss current issues in the clinical care and education of persons with diabetes.
4th Annual Transplant Symposium
This education symposium is specially designed to highlight current topics and challenges in management of the patient with organ disease.
Avera ICD-10-CM (Clinical Modifiation) High Level Education
CORE Orthopedics Avera Medical presents the Avera Sports Medicine Symposium
This symposiuim is specially designed to review how current evidence-based concepts and practices improve the management of orthopedic and sports medicine concerns.
FCCS - Sioux Falls
The Fundamental Critical Care Support (FCCS) program was developed by the Society of Critical Care medicine to assist clinical care providers in acquiring, reviewing and practicing knowledge and skills needed to stabilize critically ill or injured patients.
GROUP Critical Incidental Stress Management - Sioux Falls
This two-day course prepares participants to understand a wide range of crisis intervention services, including: pre and post incident crisis education; significant other support services; on scene support services; crisis intervention for individuals; demobilizations after large scale traumatic incidents; group defusing and critical incident stress debriefings; as well as crisis management briefings as used in school and business settings.
NRP Skills Lab Sessions - Sioux Falls
STABLE - Sioux Falls
This program provides important information about neonatal stabilization using a mnemonic to assist with retention and recall of stabilization activities that are critical for the post-resuscitation/pre-transport care of sick infants.