Online Continuing Education Modules

Our continuing pursuit to bring you closer to your continuing education goals has evolved to allow you to now download modules onto your computer and print them out to complete in the comfort of your office or home. Simply complete the module and the Registration Form and submit to our office with your registration fee.

We will be continuing to add online modules in the coming months, so please check back regularly for the updated modules.

You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to download these modules and it is available at no charge by clicking on the link:

Online Modules now available include:

Module Description Fee
Routine Venipuncture
  1. Outline the steps in a routine venipuncture
  2. Discuss the changes in the December, 2003 Standard


Biological & Chemical Terrorism
  1. Explain the vulnerability of the U.S. to Biological and Chemical terrorism
  2. Identify the common biological and chemical agents that could be used in a terrorist attack.
  3. Discuss CDC's five key focus areas for dealing with biological and chemical threats


MRSA Infections
  1. Explain MRSA and CA-MRSA infection
  2. Discuss how MRSA is spread
  3. Discuss diagnosis and treatment of MRSA infection
  4. Explain ways to prevent the spread of MRSA infection


Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
  1. Define Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
  2. Discuss the causes and symptoms of CFS
  3. Discuss diagnosis and treatment of CFS
All About Bedbugs
  1. Discuss the biology of bedbugs.
  2. Discuss bedbug reproduction and life cycle.
  3. List ways to control and manage bedbugs.
Summertime Hazards
  1. Discuss the heat-related illness and prevention.
  2. Discuss water-related tragedy and prevention.
  3. Discuss lightening injury and prevention.
  4. Discuss bee and wasp injuries and prevention.
  5. Discuss snakebites and prevention.
Revised OSHA HazCom Std
  1. List major changes to the Hazard Communication Standard.
  2. List compliance requirements and compliance dates.
  3. Explain new labeling requirements.
Vitamin D
  1. Explain what vitamin D is and where it comes from.
  2. Identify causes of low vitamin D.
  3. Explain the effects of low vitamin D on a person’s health.
Registration Form

Return with completed Module & Fee


Note: If the module you are requesting does not open in a separate window, you can right click the link and "Save Target As" to your local Hard Drive for opening outside of the website.

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