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click here to view 22nd Annual Contemporary Issues in Trauma Nursing 2019 details

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Delivery of the most current information on trauma and its management to all health care professionals caring for our diverse population of patients. Who should attend:Staff nurses, nurse managers, and educators practicing in the area of trauma nursing, critical care and the O.R. Pre-hospital providersWhat you will learn:management of trauma in the elderlycaring for the LGBTQ patients with cultural humilitytrauma care of the homeless patientcare of mangled extremitiesnon-fatal strangulationcaring for straddle injuries

click here to view A Matter of Balance: Managing Concerns About Falls details

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A Matter of Balance is an award-winning program designed to help older adults who have experienced falls or are concerned about falling. Fear of falling often restricts people’s activities. We want to help change this and get you back to a more healthy, stable and active lifestyle. During the program, you will learn how to reduce the risk of falling. You will exercise to improve your strength, flexibility and balance, and you will set goals to increase your activity. The classes are co-taught by a specially trained registered nurse and physical therapist. This program is being offered in partnership with the Area Agency on Aging 1-B and Beaumont Health.

click here to view AARP Smart Driver Course for Seniors details

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This classroom instruction reviews the current rules of the road, defensive driving techniques, and how to operate a vehicle more safely. Participants will learn how to manage and accommodate common age-related changes in vision, hearing and reaction time. Who should attend:Drivers over 50 years of ageWhat you will learn:Reviews roles of the road, sharing the road and recent changes in the road designs and traffic patterns.How changes in vision, hearing, strength, flexibility affect our driving as we ageHow roads, vehicles, and we have changed since beginning drivingPaid Registration includes:Instruction Course materialsPayment is collected the first day of class by cash or check. Checks should be made out to AARP.AARP member: $15Non-member: $2030 minutes will be given for a lunch break. Please bring bag lunch, food and beverages are not provided.

click here to view Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) details

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This course is intended for physicians and other healthcare professions whose primary focus is in the assessment and treatment of cardiovascular emergencies. Course Pre-Requisites: A pre-requisite for the course is a current American Heart Association Basic Life Support certification. A copy of this valid card must be provided with course registration. Course Objectives: Participants attending the Advanced Cardiac Life Support course will: Increase their ability to treat cardiac arrest situations, cardiac arrhythmias and acute myocardial infarctions. Qualify for certification in Advanced Cardiac Life Support by the American Heart Association. Upon successful completion of written examination and performance testing, participants will be certified by the American Heart Association as ACLS providers.For more information, please call 248-898-1965.

click here to view Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) details

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This course is intended for physicians and other healthcare professions whose primary focus is in the assessment and treatment of cardiovascular emergencies. Course Pre-Requisites: A pre-requisite for the course is a current American Heart Association Basic Life Support certification. A copy of this valid card must be provided with course registration. Course Objectives: Participants attending the Advanced Cardiac Life Support course will: Increase their ability to treat cardiac arrest situations, cardiac arrhythmias and acute myocardial infarctions. Qualify for certification in Advanced Cardiac Life Support by the American Heart Association. Upon successful completion of written examination and performance testing, participants will be certified by the American Heart Association as ACLS providers.For more information, please call 248-898-1965.

click here to view Alcoholics Anonymous - Closed Meeting details

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As a service to the community, Beaumont Health provides meeting space for this support group.For information about the group, including meeting dates and times, please call 810-394-9362.

click here to view Alzheimer's Disease Education Series details

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Beaumont Neuroscience is partnering with the Alzheimer's Association to host a monthly education series for patients and their caregivers. The ongoing program takes place the 3rd Thursday of each month from 6-8 p.m. in the Royal Oak Neuroscience Building Allison Conference Room.

click here to view Alzheimer's Disease Support Group Meeting details

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Beaumont Neuroscience partners with the Alzheimer's Association to provide support group meetings conducted by a trained facilitator. These sessions provide a safe space for caregivers, family and friends of persons with dementia to build a support system with people who understand. It allows participants to exchange practical information on caregiving challenges and possible solutions, talk through issues and ways of coping, share feelings, needs and concerns as well as learn about community resources. The ongoing program takes place the 1st Thursday of each month from 6-7 p.m. in the Royal Oak Neuroscience Building Allison Conference room.Registration is not required

click here to view Anorexia & Bulimia Self-Help Group details

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This support group is focused on helping people with eating disorders. It is a 'closed-meeting' for individuals who are recovered or in the process of recovering from eating disorders such as anorexia and bulimia. The group is led by individuals who have also struggled with eating disorders. They share strategies to assist with recovery and treatment resources available in the community. Registration is not required.

click here to view Back on Track - Spine details

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This program is designed for individuals scheduled for spine surgery at either Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak or Beaumont Hospital, Troy. In this class, you will learn how to prepare for your surgery, what to expect during your hospital stay and what your recovery plan will involve. You are welcome to bring one family member or caregiver with you to the class. You must take the class at the hospital where you will be having your surgery as each hospital has specific instructions for their surgical patients. Plan to attend this class approximately four weeks before your surgery. Or, if you prefer to complete your pre-surgical class online (Duration: 25 minutes), please click here.