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Online Learning

Concentra Learning offers a selection of online courses including self-paced eLearning and will soon astart offering live and pre-recorded webinars. Our professional design staff can also create custom eLearning solutions to meet your specific needs.

Select a course below to view a detailed description.


 


Bloodborne Pathogen Prevention

At the conclusion of this self-study activity, the learner will be able to: 1. List the factors that determine the risk of infection. 2. List appropriate baseline testing for the source. 3. List appropriate baseline and follow-up testing for the exposed person. 4. List the treatments available for those who suffer a bloodborne pathogen exposure. 5. List the indications for hepatitis B vaccination and post vaccination testing




Clinical Shoulder Exam Video
This on-line video course is designed to demonstrate how to perform appropriate exams in a timely manner, as well as to outline what crucial elements are essential to identify or exclude serious pathology. This video demonstrates hands-on exams of the back and of the shoulder, and the examining physicians include didactic discussions of key elements of the exams.




Content Management

Course objectives 1. To outline key elements that should be included in the content of each visit, to bolster therapeutic alliance + patient satisfaction. 2. To discuss how to recognize a high risk (i.e. high-risk for disability) patient early in the treatment course. 3. To provide information on how to approximately manage and direct care as well as oversee employment issues of the injured worker, in order to minimize disability.




Diabetes in the Workplace 
 
Following this activity, the participant will be able to: 1. Describe diagnosis, treatment, and assessment of compliance in the diabetic patient with an injury. 2. Identify which types of industrial injuries pose increased outcome risk for diabetic patients. 3. Describe methods to diligently monitor a diabetic injured worker with a wound. 4. Improve decision-making regarding when diabetics should be referred for.




DOT Refresher

Course Objectives: 1. To review a malpractice case to understand variables that lend to a suit being filed. 2. To discuss ways the case should have been handled differently 3. To outline strategies regarding successful management of future cases.




Improving Patient Interaction Video

This course discusses the promotion of positive communication between the clinician and the patient, with a focus on appropriate management of some common clinical concerns, such as dealing with the hostile patient, giving advice, and providing reassurance.




Influenza Antiviral
Course Objectives: 1. To provide an overview of the Tamiflu Prophylaxis Distribution Program. 2. To outline the physician's role in the program. 3. To review prescribing information regarding oseltamivir, including side effects, contraindications, and dosing. 4. To promote best practices regarding pandemic influenza prevention.




Low Back Pain Manual

Course Objectives: 1. To provide an update on low back pain (LBP) management 2. To review the current scientific literature regarding diagnostic workup and treatment of LBP. 3. To ensure clinical proficiency LBP management. 4. To provide an overview of current-state-of-the-art management recommendations regarding activity and work status for low back pain patients.





Maintaining Clinical Vigilance

Course Objectives: 1. Understand the importance of performing a thorough evaluation on an initial exam of a patient who has already been worked up by another clinician. 2. Be familiar with the risks for developing a pulmonary embolus following trauma and recognize the signs and symtoms.




Morbidity, Mortality and Malpractice Case Studies

Course Objectives: 1. To review a malpractice case to understand variables that lend to a suit being filed. 2. To discuss ways the case should have been handled differently 3. To outline strategies regarding successful management of future cases.




Patient Confidentiality

This course reviews items that Physicians need to keep in mind when dealing with patient information.




Recognizing Hypertensive Crisis Video
This video covers Hypertensive Crisis. Hypertensive crisis refers to the condition where severe hypertension is causing end-organ damage, whereas hypertensive urgency occurs when a patient has significant hypertension without evidence of end-organ disease. The physician who is assessing a patient with a work-related condition who is found to have significant hypertension has the obligation to rule out a hypertensive crisis.





Respiratory

Course Objectives: At the conclusion of this self-study activity, the participant will be able to: 1. List the responsibilities of employers who provide a respiratory protection program. 2. List classes of respirators and indications for their use. 3. List required and optional components of the medical evaluation for respirator users. 4. List the indications for qualitative and quantatitive fit testing.




Return to Work Guide
Course Objectives: 1.  Understand the importance of managing the process of RTW., 2.  Understand the importance of talking with employers and payers.  3.  Have a suitable response when patients raise objections to RTW.




Risky Business

Course Objectives: 1. To provide a brief overview of a given medical subject identified by our risk management department as being high risk. 2. To provide the key critical aspects of recognition and management of the specific high risk subject. 3. To provide specific, and whenever possible, evidence-based recommendations for management and minimizing risk.





Sleep Apnea

Information regarding evaluating and treating commercial drivers suffering with sleep apnea.


X-Ray Course 1: Interpretation, The Trunk

After completing this course, the learner will be able to: 1.  Review radiographs of the spine, shoulder, pelvis, hip, and chest.  2.  Clarify specific aspects of radiographic interpretation of various commonly encountered diagnoses.  3.  Provide an overview of normal and abnormal anatomic findings that will aid in x ray interpretation.




X-Ray Course 2: Interpretation, The Upper Extremity
The purpose of the Course II-X-ray Interpretation is to review radiographic findings of the upper extremity that are commonly encountered in an occupational medicine practice. Both normal and abnormal findings are included, with an emphasis on risk management issues.




X-Ray Course 3: Interpretation, The Lower Extremity
The purpose of the Course III-X-ray Interpretation is to review radiographic findings of the lower extremity that are commonly encountered in an occupational medicine practice. Both normal and abnormal findings are included, with an emphasis on risk management issues.

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