The programs below have been approved or are waiting approval for continuing education by the Patient Advocate Certificate Board (Pacb)

Monday, June 28th, 2021

Preparing for Doctor Visits:  More Than a List of Questions! 

Myra Katz, PA-C, BCPA

This program has been approved for 1 CE Board Certified Patient Advocates (BCPA) by the Patient Advocate Certificate Board #18138

When:      Monday, June 28, 2021

 Time:        5:00 PM (EST)

Pulse charges a separate fee of $20 to process Continuing Education (CE) and certificates.   Fee for 1 CE is $20 payments may be made here 

Register here 

Learn more about this program here

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DESCRIPTION:  Communication is critical to becoming an active member of the healthcare team.  Too often, we accept what doctors tell us without fully understanding the conversation or clinical issues, making it virtually impossible to make informed decisions about care.  This ACES presentation will discuss how patients and advocates can prepare for medical visits - complete with a goal and a list of questions - that can be asked and answered during a medical visit.  A successful visit is when you leave the doctor’s office feeling questions have been answered and you understand and agree with the patients plan of care.

                                                     Monday, July 12, 2021

Infection Prevention; Beyond Handwashing

Maryanne McGuckin, Dr. ScEd., FSHEA

This program has been approved for 1 CE Board Certified Patient Advocates (BCPA) by the Patient Advocate Certificate Board #18136

 Maryanne McGuckin, Dr. ScEd., FSHEA

When: July 12, 2021

Time: 7:00 PM (EST)

Register here 

Pulse charges a separate fee of $20 to process Continuing Education (CE) and certificates.   Fee for 1 CE is $20 payments may be made here 

Learn more about the program (coming soon)

Arrive 15 minutes early for networking!!

Maryanne McGuckin, Dr. ScEd., FSHE
Maryanne McGuckin, Dr. ScEd., FSHE

Description: This presentation will focus on 5 Things you need to know about infections and infection prevention and will be followed by Q & A.  Whether you are just starting as an independent patient advocate or using skills as a family caregiver, this information can be lifesaving.