San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
This educational series: Making the Connection: Veteran & Civilian Health Series is a 5 part series of seminars designed to bring attention to the needs of Veterans in Southeast Ohio through education and present the most current ideas and treatment options on a variety of topics experienced by Veterans and civilian communities.
DID YOU KNOW?
- The volume of veterans seen at the VA does not equal the amount of Veterans in the population.
- Veterans not seen at the VA are either seen by traditional healthcare providers or are not treated by any healthcare provider.
- It is not standard practice for traditional healthcare providers to ask if a patient is a veteran.
- With the increasing amount of terrorism, natural disasters, mass causalities, economic crisis, and Healthcare Affordability Act in the US it can be expected that a civilian population will encounter many diagnosis that are experienced by wounded warriors and veterans and will be coming to traditional healthcare facilities to be treated.
- Healthcare providers should be familiar with symptoms and care issues outside of And in addition to clinical medicine for those patients they will increasingly encounter on a day to day basis.
Overall Series Learning Objectives:
- Demonstrate increased awareness of the transitional needs of returning service personnel.
- Gain useful insight about the commomality of medical diagnosis of treatments for military service members and the civilian community.
- Discuss the evolving justice system in response to the treatment needs of justice-involved Veterans and citizens.
- Integrate fresh, new diagnostic perspectives and clinical skills into practice.
This seminar is (3 of 5). Separate registration will be required for each seminar:
October 17, 2013; November 21, 2013; January 16, 2014; February 20, 2014; March 20, 2014.
5:30 - 6:00 p.m. CATERED DINNER and REGISTRATION
6:00 - 8:00 p.m. PRESENTATIONS
SPIRITUALITY & MORAL INJURY: BODY, MIND, SPIRIT:
Chaplain (Maj) Nicholas Chou & Jim Sizemore
* Discuss Military Deployement Impact on Spirituality.
* Recognize concepts and particular aspects of moral injury.
Adena Health System is accredited by the Ohio State Medical Association to provide continuing medical education for physicians. Adena Health System designates this Live Activity for a maximum of 2 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits TM.
This Live series activity, Making the Connection: Veteran and Civilian Healthcare Series A, from 10/17/13-03/20/14, has been reviewed and is acceptable for credit by the American Academy of Family Physicians. Total credits will calculate basued upon session submissions.
Category 1 AMA PRA Credits are applicable toward continuing education for nursing licensure.
This program has been approved by the State of Ohio Counselors, Social Workers, and Marriage and Family Therapist Board for 2 CPE's.
The Ohio State Chiropractic Board designates this CE for Category 2 DC credits.
This event has been approved for 2 CEU hours for First Responders and Emergency Medical Technicians in the State of Ohio.
There are no conflicts of commercial interest to be disclosed by event planners, speakers, or CME Committee members.
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT MCOPP@ADENA.ORG
When & Where
PACCAR Medical Education Center
The Adena Institute for Learning is housed in the PACCAR Medical Education Center, the leading education facility located on the campus of Adena Regional Medical Center in Chillicothe, Ohio. The Institue is comprised of multiple Accademies that support Adena's mission "To Heal, To Educate, To Care" by providing evidence based, timely and effective education to physicians and staff.
Opened in September 2008, the PACCAR Medical Education Center is a dream that became a reality thanks to the cooperation of Adena, local, state, and federal officials, and the community. Through philanthropic grants, our community raised over $5 million to support the construction of the PACCAR Center while Adena Health System contributed $10 million.
The PACCAR Medical Education Center...bringing the future of medicine to Southern Ohio and beyond.