Kitsap CEU Mtg.

May 18, 2016    at 6:00PM

Speakers:

Beth Phipps RN, BSN from Kitsap County Public Health
Topic: STIs – Testing, Treating, and Reporting
and
Ruth Westergaard, Community Liaison for Public Health Emergency Preparedness & Responses
Topic: Importance of an Office Contact Person

Medical Assistants NW Regional Conference 2016

 

Welcome to the first Medical Assistant Northwest Regional Conference.

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This year’s conference is a collaboration between the Oregon Society of Medical Assistants, OSMA and the Washington State Society of Medical Assistants, WSSMA.

We feel we have developed an excellent educational and networking experience for attendees. (Education Schedule)

Each state society has its own processes and traditions for conferences. We have tried to meld them as much as possible, in some cases forming a new process. Please enjoy yourself: we hope we can do this again in the future together.

Welcome to attendees from the Northwest region and beyond!

CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FORM

The passkey address for making hotel reservations for the NW Regional Conference on the original registration forms  in Portland isn’t working and the new passkey address is:

https://aws.passkey.com/event/13883526/owner/4387/home

We apologize for the inconvenience this is a techie glitch that is beyond our control.

A new version of the registration with the corrected passkey address will be posted to the website.

Be an Early Bird Register and SAVE MONEY!

POSTMARK by MARCH 17th.

SICC April Meeting

We are pleased to announce our April chapter meeting.

This will be a special meeting and will be held on Saturday April 23rd

 We will be having a training on how to identify and help those that are victims of Human Trafficking.

I have attached a flyer that you can download and share with your clinics.

The Real Diagnosis

Recognizing Human trafficking in healthcare.

Training for providers to help identify trafficking victims in the workplace

Human trafficking is a $32,000,000,000 per year industry and is tied with drugs for the most profitable criminal endeavor, surpassing illegal weapons.

2,800,000 people trafficked across international borders every year. Because of the proximity to Canada, Washington State sees many trafficking victims pass through state and international lines.

Saturday April 23rd  2-4pm

Skagit Valley College

Cardinal Center

 Dr. Cynthia Wolfe

With over 25 years of Family and Emergency Department Medicine work, Dr. Wolfe has been providing top notch training for medical providers in recognizing human trafficking victims in healthcare.

 

 Jerry Moomaw

A nationally recognized trainer and anti-violence expert. She has dedicated her life and work to combating all aspects of human trafficking

 

This meeting is sponsored by SICC and SVC-Allied Health Club. We will be accepting donations at this event to help support the hard work to end human trafficking.

Kitsap Chapter CEU

UPCOMING MEETINGS (all meetings will be at Olympic College, Health Occupations Bldg. Room 102 at 6 pm

SAVE THE DATES:

Kitsap County Chapter Meeting:

CEU Topic – TBA

6:00pm – 8:00pm

Come say hello !

Remember–every time you attend one of the KCCMA education meetings, your name goes in for the yearly drawing held in the fall for a AAMA membership. The more meetings you attend, the more entries you get.

SCMA CEU Meeting

SCMA Calendar of Events

EDUCATION: 6:30PM
3830 Hoyt Ave in the Everett Clinic Conference Center

MARCH 15, 2016 – “ICD-10 CODING”

FIND SCMA A CEU SPEAKER!!
Call or Email Chapter Education Chair Sheri R. Greimes sgreimescma@hotmail.com / 425-220-6474

Whatcom Chapter CEU

Chapter Education Offering: “Cheers for Ears: An Overview of Audiology and Hearing.”

Jessica Maassen, Au.D., and has been a Doctor of Audiology at the Hearing Health Clinic, an affiliate of Bellingham Ear, Nose & Throat since June of 2014. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Western Washington University with a minor in Audiology. She then continued on to receive her Doctorate of Audiology through the University of Washington. She enjoys working with advanced technology, a friendly patient base and appreciates the opportunity to serve the community she grew up in.
Looking forward to seeing everybody at the next meeting,
Tuesday, March 15, at 6:00 pm at the
Health Professions Education Center.
475 Stuart Rd. Bellingham, WA 98226

 

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