IPCE Upcoming Activities
Monday, February 4, 2019 - Friday, February 4, 2022
The Minnesota legislature authorized the Opioid Prescribing Improvement Program in 2015, which in turn called for the formation of a group of experts to recommend statewide prescribing guidelines. On March 30, 2018, Minnesota Opioid Prescribing Guidelines, First Edition was distributed by the Minnesota Departments of Human Services and Health. This educational activity is a collaboration of the University of Minnesota and the Department of Human Services to provide physicians, nurses and pharmacists with an overview of the six essential guidelines, supplemental tools for assessment and pain management, as well as a series of case-based questions to examine opioid prescription and pain management.
This annual, full day, interactive conference provides a focused update on cardiac arrhthmia care for your patients. Cardiac arrhythmias may indicate serious heart disease, an increased susceptibility to stroke, or sudden cardiac death. On the other hand, many arrhythmias are relatively innocent. In any case, many arrhythmias are amenable to excellent treatment outcomes when physicians and nurses are well informed. Update your knowledge through presentations by experts in Cardiology and Cardiac Electrophysiology, panel-led wuestion-and-anser sessions and lively case discussions using interactive technology.
Integrated Behavioral Healthcare: Building Sustainability and Innovation in Your Practice is a one-day interactive conference which will include plenary presentations, breakouts and panel discussion on a variety of relevant topics. Course content includes the sharing of best clinical practices and innovative operational processes for enhancing the integration of behavioral health services in both primary care clinics and healthcare systems of Minnesota.
This conference will provide updates regarding medical, procedural and surgical management options for follicular occlusion disorders and pyoderma gangrenosum. We will cover common disorders such as acne and acne variants to topics related to more complex medical dermatology such as pyoderma gangrenosum, hidradenitis suppurativa, dissecting scalp cellulitis and related inflammatory disorders. This will be an exciting educational event with leaders in the field talking about medical treatment pearls and pitfalls related to their areas of expertise.
Join us for this year’s Best Practices in Health Sciences Education Conference, to be held on Wednesday, April 29 and Thursday, April 30! This annual tradition brings together Health Sciences educators from diverse fields to focus on innovation and collaboration. The two-day conference will focus on a wide variety of emerging ideas in health professions, with special attention on how to successfully implement active learning strategies in existing programs. Activities will include highly interactive plenary sessions, workshops, and a poster session.