A Personal and Professional Perspective on Huntington’s Disease

Wednesday,   March 8, 2017

Speakers:  Vicki Biggs, LICSW  (Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker)
Debra Del Castillo PhD, Research Coordinator at the University of Washington’s Center for Excellence- Seattle.
Angela Gordon, MA

Topic:   A Personal and Professional Perspective on Huntington’s Disease

        6:00 pm     Networking
        6:30 pm     Speaker begins       1.5  CEU

 It is very important that you RSVP !!!!

  Please RSVP for the meeting to:
medicalassistantkitsapco@gmail.com
  Email your name and phone number

Olympic College — Health Occupations Building — Room 102

There is a $5.00 fee to register CEUs for non-members

Snohomish Spring CEU Workshop

The Snohomish county chapter is hosting a spring CEU workshop. Topics are HIPAA updates and providing care to the transgender community.  A light continental breakfast will be served. Open to all interested! It will take place at the Everett Clinic Conference Center 3830 Hoyt Ave, Everett, WA. Cost is $26 for AAMA members, $16 for students and $36 for non members. Space is limited and not confirmed until payment is received. Registration is all online through the link below with invoicing by square! Please contact rhidrake@hotmail.com with any questions.

you can register here: https://goo.gl/forms/H9HSu64gkKAyJcVn1

February SICC Meeting

This is a rescheduled program. This guest speaker will be presenting in the Angst Hall, room#139 at Skagit Valley College.

“E-Cigarettes: Finding the Truth Among the Vapors” – discussion about facts and myths of E-Cigs & Vaping

By: Kim Oleander

“As a result of this program, the participant will be able to:

(1): identify E-Cigarettes & Vaping products
(2): know the facts about these products
(3): learn how to get involved in helping regulate these products to help keep our youth safe

If you have questions, please contact Victoria, SICC President

Skagit Island Counties Chapter

 

“How to break Infection Transmission”

Presented by: Justin Henderson, CMA (AAMA)

By attending this lecture participants will learn:

  1. The difference between pathogenic and nonpathogenic microorganism
  2. The benefit of normal flora
  3. The grown requirements for microorganisms
  4. The infection cycle
  5. Strategies for breaking each step in the infections cylcle

Meeting will be help in room#139 of Angst Hall, Skagit Valley College at 1830. If you wish to have more detail for directions, please contact Victoria Geldart, CMA (AAMA).

SICC January Meeting

How to break Infection Transmission

By attending this lecture participants will learn.

  1. The difference between pathogenic and nonpathogenic microorganism
  2. The benefit of normal flora
  3. The grown requirements for microorganisms
  4. The infection cycle
  5. Strategies for breaking each step in the infections cylcle

Presentation by: Justin Henderson, CMA (AAMA)

Skagit Valley College

Angst Hall, Rm 139

starting at 1830