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This course is part of the Arkansas Geriatrics Education Mentors and Scholars program. More
Starts: 10/1/2015 8:30 AM
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This seminar provides exposure to current research and application in Biomedical Informatics and the faculty, trainees, and other experts conducting it. Topics include ongoing research, research results, and translation of findings into practice and reflect the breadth of ongoing work across Biomedical Informatics as a discipline.

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Starts: 8/18/2016 8:00 AM
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Directed clinical experiences in community health areas. (Pre or Corequisite EMS 4306 and credentialed as a paramedic or advanced level healthcare professional) (3 Credits, Clinical) More
Starts: 7/1/2016 8:30 AM
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AN ARKANSAS STATE BOARD OF DENTAL EXAMINERS (ASBDE) APPROVED COURSE & QUALIFYING EXAMINATION. This continuing education course is intended for use by dental assistants applying for a permit in dental radiography. The ASBDE requires all new dental assistants to successfully complete a board approved dental radiography course before applying for a dental radiography permit. Currently practicing dental assistants using any type of imaging machine other than conventional flat film radiography must also successfully complete a board approved dental radiography course before applying for a new dental radiography permit. The course is a carefully sequenced means of learning and reviewing dental radiologic modalities and procedures. A scaffolding approach is used to sequence learning from simple to complex. The ten modules covered in this course include: A Basic Science Review, Characteristics of X-Rays, X-Ray Production & Interaction with Matter, Radiation Protection & Dose Issues, Image Capture Systems, Best Practices, The Wall-Mounted Unit, The Handheld Unit, The Panoramic & Cephalometric Units, and Cone Beam CT. Dentists and Dental Hygienists who do not need a permit can also take this course for 6 CE.

Between the Start and End dates, this course is always open - enroll anytime and complete it at your own pace! More

Starts: 1/1/2017 7:30 AM
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This course provides a carefully sequenced means of learning and reviewing dental radiologic modalities and procedures. A scaffolding approach is used to sequence learning from simple to complex. The ten modules covered in this course include: A Basic Science Review, Characteristics of X-Rays, X-Ray Production & Interaction with Matter, Radiation Protection & Dose Issues, Image Capture Systems, Best Practices, The Wall-Mounted Unit, The Handheld Unit, The Panoramic & Cephalometric Units, and Cone Beam CT.

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Starts: 1/1/2017 7:30 AM
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This course includes all of the skills necessary for the individual to provide emergency medical care at a basic life support level with an ambulance service or in another specialized area.  Completing this course fulfills all of the requirements for the students to challenge the Arkansas and National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians certification examination. More
Starts: 1/12/2017 8:30 AM
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Starts: 2/13/2017 7:30 AM
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The Good Clinical Practice (GCP) course is designed to prepare research staff in the conduct of clinical trials with human participants. Investigators and clinical trial staff who are competent in GCP principles will be better able to assure that the rights, safety and well-being of human subjects are protected; that clinical trials are conducted in accordance with approved plans and with rigor and integrity, and that data derived from clinical trials are reliable. The 9 modules included in the course are based on ICH GCP Principles and the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) for clinical research trials in the U.S.  More
Starts: 2/1/2017 7:30 AM
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ICD-10-CM far exceeds its predecessors in the number of concepts and codes provided. The disease classification has been expanded to include health-related conditions and to provide greater specificity. The term "clinical" is used to emphasize the modification's intent: to serve as a useful tool in the area of classification of morbidity data for indexing medical records, medical care review, reimbursement, continuity of care and statistical purposes. To describe the clinical picture of the patient, the codes must be precise and allow trend analysis. The ICD-10-CM coding systems allows healthcare providers and facilties to answer the question of "what brought the patient to my office/facility?"

This 10-week instructional course is intended for a health information professional to become familiar with the aspects of the ICD-10-CM coding book. This is a vital role in the healthcare system and the expectation is to provide a level of service that maintains the quality and accuracy of the medical information.

Note that by accessing this course, you acknowledge that all course materials, including lessons, learning modules, handouts, quizzes, exams, assignments, and lectures, are copyrighted and property of UAMS. As a registered course user, you acknowledge that you will not copy, distribute, or share any course material.
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Starts: 10/15/2017 7:30 AM
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This 2-hour per week session, 10-week course will cover ICD-10-Procedural Coding Systems. The student will gain a greater knowledge of the language of coding along with effectively collecting, processing, and analyzing diagnostic procedural information. More
Starts: 10/15/2017 7:30 AM
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This course addresses methods to prevent infection and cross-contamination in the dental practice. Completion fulfills the required continuing education credits for dental health care workers.


Between the Start and End dates, this course is always open - enroll anytime and complete it at your own pace!

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Starts: 1/1/2017 7:30 AM
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This continuing education Introduction to CPT coding course is for individuals who wish to learn and/or improve their entry-level skills for those employed in the healthcare field.  The course will introduce the students (beginning coders) to the CPT coding system with an emphasis on “hands-on” coding exercises and case scenarios within the textbook.

The course consists of ten (10) lesson modules which must be completed consecutively. Before advancing to the next lesson, students must complete the lesson quiz with a grade of 80% or higher. Students will have three attempts. After successfully completing the quiz with a passing score, the student will see the folder for the next lesson. After all lesson modules have been completed, then an e-mail will be sent with a link to the course evaluation. After completing and submitting the course evaluation, another e-mail will be sent with the Course Completing Certificate attached rewarding the student with 20 contact hours.

This course does not qualify for college credit. It is a skills development program. Completing any coding course is not a guarantee of employment or of passing a credentialing exam. Students are encouraged to further their coding knowledge, skills base, coding speed, and accuracy through further self-study, mock examination practicing, etc. prior to attempting to sit for any credentialing examination. This coding course in and of itself, will not qualify a student to pass a credentialing examination.

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Starts: 4/1/2017 7:30 AM
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This is an ongoing community of researchers, academics and community leaders in LGBTQI issues. Participation in this community is voluntary. There are no fees associated with this community. More
Starts: 12/2/2014 8:30 AM
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This course prepares dental hygienists to receive their permits to administer local anesthesia in Arkansas. The course includes face to face classroom lectures and activities, a required textbook, online modules with quizzes, and clinical labs. The 4 day face to face sessions and labs are held May 22-26, 2017, 8 am to 4:30 pm on the UAMS Little Rock campus. Completion of all components is required to receive credit. 

After registration, you will receive a link to the online course where you will find additional information, including the course schedule, location and parking instructions, learning objectives, clinical skill competencies, study guides, and the online modules. It also provides information on the documents and materials you need to bring to class. You will use the username and password for this online registration site to login to the online course. 

Please note: (The laboratory (clinical) portion of the course will
on May 22nd  and 25th. You will need to
provide proof of malpractice liability coverage as well as current CRP certification
prior to the laboratory portion of the course.
You may fax or email prior to the course to "Attention:
Gloria Johnson johnsongloriaa@uams.edu
fax: 501-686-8519".  If you have any questions, please contact Gloria
Johnson at 501-686-5734.

Textbook: Local Anesthesia for the Dental Hygienist by Demetra Dasklos Logothetis (2nd edition), ISBN: 9780323073714. This book can be purchased at any online textbook retailer (Barnes & Noble, Amazon.com). You should read the assigned chapter before completing the related online module.

Online Modules: The online portion of the course will be housed in the UAMS Blackboard website at http://uams.blackboard.com. It will include course information, online modules, and the course exams. 

It is recommended that you have a computer with updated Google Chrome or Safari browsers. Online modules are narrated and interactive and include the chapter quizzes. Please ensure your computer can successfully run these modules by accessing the Test Module and Test Exam. These test modules will be available by mid-April.
The online modules will be available at least two weeks before the course begins on May 22rd.

Clinical Labs: During the clinical labs, course participants will be serving as both patients and operators. If you have any medical conditions that require antibiotic premedication, please arrange for the necessary medication for the three lab days.

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Starts: 5/22/2017 8:00 AM
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This continuing education course is intended for those new to the coding profession and for those coders needing to build skills in preparation for the conversion from ICD-9-CM to ICD-10-CM/PCS coding. The course and textbook provide an accessible, carefully sequenced means of learning and reviewing the medical terminology and anatomy and physiology specifically required to understand and apply subsequent ICD-10 coding instruction.

A scaffolding approach is used to sequence learning from simple to complex. Students begin with an introduction to Greek and Latin word parts and rules for building terms. Next, they learn directional terminology, surface anatomy, and terms that are used to describe anatomical structures. A solid knowledge of word parts leads to an easier understanding of the location and function of anatomical terms located throughout the textbook and course. Word parts continue to play an important role in grasping the details of the pathologic terms for a particular body system and the procedural terms that diagnose and treat diseases. Word parts are the basis for the assigning of codes. Shiland, B. J. (2012). Medical Terminology & Anatomy for ICD-10 Coding. St. Louis, MO: Elsevier Mosby. More

Starts: 4/1/2017 7:30 AM
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