ATrain Education

Continuing Education for Health Professionals

 

  • New Guidance for Ebola PPE

    Ebola Virus Disease Contains every word of the new CDC Ebola Guidance and it's FREE. Print it out!
  • Now more than ever!

    Bioterrorism and Weapons of Mass Destruction For those who first receive
    mass casualties in established healthcare facilities
  • Has your state legalized medical marijuana? Are you ready?

    Marijuana for Medical Use Come up to speed on the therapeutic benefits of cannabis as it becomes legally available in a changing political climate
  • Try a course from our new pharmacotherapy curriculum!

    Statins: Controlling Cholesterol Pharmacology professor Mark Nichols reviews indications and precautions for statins
  • Never, EVER shake a baby!

    KY: Shaken Baby Syndrome For Kentucky healthcare professionals—and all
    the rest of us who care
    about babies!
  • Do men get depressed?

    Depression: Gender Matters Turns out we've been describing depression the way women experience it. Take a fresh look!
  • When aging bodies need extra attention . . .

    Elders and Their Care An empathetic and comprehensive look at care of the aging

Common Sense Dementia Care

Guidelines for the day to day   NEW

  • Developed by a nurse who worked with dementia patients for more than 20 years.
  • The author combines a depth of empathy with uncommon creativity to solve problems for her patients and her staff.
  • Guidelines are illustrated by cases that suggest solutions to everyday problems.

Dementia Care: Common Sense Guidelines

April Special: Stroke Course

Stroke—Special April Price!  15% OFF

  • Acute care and rehabilitation are fragmented and frustrating for everyone.
  • Up-to-date techniques are often lacking.
  • We must educate ourselves as providers and as consumers of medical care.
  • This course will return to its full price of $59 on May 1.

Stroke: Emergency Care and Rehab

Oregon Pain Mgmt, 6 units

Fulfills the Oregon Pain Requirement

  1. Study the course.
  2. Pass the test.
  3. Register and pay.
  4. Print your certificate!

Oregon: Pain Management