Some of these classes are FREE
(Note: See section below on Pain Management CE)
In order to provide a service to applicants and occupational therapists the board will give information on some upcoming CE events. We try to let you know of any free events that are coming up. Always confirm with the facility putting on the event.
Oregon Occupational Therapy Association: For events and CE put on by your state Association go to their web site at www.otao.com The OTAO Annual Conference is held in October.
Pacific University, Call the OT Office at 503-352-7268 or check the web site to obtain more information is http://www.pacificu.edu/ot/ on periodic CE they offer.
For more information: Lisa Downing | Continuing Education Coordinator | College of Health Professions
Pacific University | Creighton Hall | 222 SE 8th Ave | Hillsboro, OR 97123 p: 503-352-2663 | f: 503-352-2630 | e: firstname.lastname@example.org
Graduate Courses at Pacific University
Occupational Therapists may be interested in the following interdisciplinary courses offered by the College of Health Professions, Pacific University. Courses qualify for CE credit. Check with Pacific about their Certificate Program Classes may be taken individually or each course taken may be applied to the Graduate Certificate in Gerontology for Healthcare Providers. Classes are 100% On-line – never attend an actual site. Please confirm the cost with Pacific for this 45 hours of continuing education. Health Disparity in Aging (3 credits/7 weeks)Evidence Based Practice (3 credits/7 weeks)
Communication and Patient/Client Education (3 credits/7 weeks)
For more information and course descriptions see: http://www.pacificu.edu/gerontology/index.cfm
For questions: contact Linda Hunt email@example.com or 503 352 7354.
To register: contact Kelly Hering at 503 352 7345 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Masters in Health Administration
Classes may be taken individually or can be applied toward a MHA degree. All classes are blended, meaning that each includes an onsite and online component, with in-class sessions held on Friday evenings and all day on Saturdays at Pacific University, Hillsboro campus. Price per credit is $738. The onsite dates for each course are:
MHA 605: Healthcare Management Strategies (3 credits)
MHA 620: Healthcare Operations Management (3 credits)
MHA 625: Healthcare Accounting and Finance (4 credits)
MHA 635: Managing Information Systems in Healthcare (3 credits)
MHA 640: Legal Aspects of Healthcare (3 credits)
MHA 515: Managing Human Resources and Diversity in Healthcare (3 credits)
MHA 525: Community Health and Managerial Epidemiology (3 credits)
MHA 530: Negotiation and Conflict Resolution (2 credits)
MHA 550: Quality Management in Healthcare (3 credits)
MHA 675: Internship (2 credits)
MHA 601: Leadership and Ethics in Healthcare (2 credits)
MHA 610: Organizational Behavior in Healthcare Systems (3 credits)
MHA 615: Strategic Planning and Marketing (3 credits)
MHA 630: Healthcare Finance (3 credits)
MHA 650: Health Services Research and Evaluation Methods (3 credits)
MHA 510: Policy, Regulation and Politics of Healthcare (3 credits)
For more information and course descriptions see: http://www.pacificu.edu/mha/
To register: contact Katie Parker at 503-352-7206 or email@example.com FREE: Artz Center for Developmental Health & Audiology formally the Hearing and Speech Institute
, 2010 Brown Bag Series from 12:00 – 2:00 the fourth or fifth Wed. of each month (please check website to confirm dates: www.artzcenter.org
) Specific topics are on: http://artzcenter.org/wp-content/uploads/Brown-Bag-Schedule-20112.pdf
, and include Transition programs, Pediatric Audiology, Practice Based Evidence, Healthcare Reform, and Qigong. Presentations are open to colleagues in the community in their conference room at the clinic at 1675 SW Marlow Ave. Suite 200 Portland 503-228-6479. FREE:
Home Instead Senior Care in cooperation with the American Society on Aging sometime offers free Continuing Education Units on Aging-related topics that can be completed either live on the date scheduled or for up to 60 days later as pre-recorded webinars. These are free, which is of obvious benefit to many licensed professionals and their employers. Classes are AOTA approved: http://www.restartliving.org/index.php
Providence Rehabilitation Continuing Education: A wide range of continuing education classes are available to all physical and occupational therapists. We’d love to have you attend. You need to check if there is a charge.
Note: The OT Licensing Board does not endorse any specific CE classes, though the CE approved by AOTA is automatically accepted.