Child Health Regional Meetings
September 15, Forsyth County Health Department
September 22, Pitt County Agriculture Center
September 23, Harnett County Health Department
September 30, Haywood Senior Resource Center
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The Fall Child Health Regional Meetings will continue our DHHS focus on strategies to reduce the impact of childhood obesity, including the new federal nutrition guidelines, HCBG requirements and improving care for children with special health care needs. Child health program updates will include guidance, tools, and reminders to assure compliance with programmatic requirements.
- Children & Youth Branch, Division of Public Health, DHHS
- Public Health Nursing and Professional Development, Division of Public Health, DHHS
- The North Carolina Institute of Public Health, Gillings School of Global Health, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The training content is appropriate for all local Child Health staff including healthcare providers (physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and Child Health Enhanced Role Nurses). 5.5 hours of nursing continuing education will be awarded. The full content for this training is approved for Child Health Enhanced Role Nurse continuing education hours for re-rostering.
The workshops will begin with Registration at 8:30 am, and the training content will run 9:00 am-3:45 pm with two short breaks and a catered lunch. The $40 tuition includes CEH, lunch and beverage breaks.
8:30 am Registration
9:00 Child Health Program Updates
10:45 Adolescent Health
1:00 Physical Activity and You!
1:10 Improving Care for Children with Special Healthcare Needs
2:20 New Federal Nutrition Guidelines
3:35 Educational Summary
- Identify the changes in the 2014 HCBG requirements requiring practice and policy changes.
- Define quality assurance strategies for assuring compliance with the HCBG requirements.
- Define the critical decision criteria for development of nursing standing orders.
- Apply the Minor’s consent law in LHD child health practices.
- Define two strategies to increase engagement with adolescents and families to improve health outcomes
- Identify at least 3 requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 related to medical care facilities
- Identify at least 3 methods used to remove barriers faced by patients with physical, sensory and intellectual disabilities in medical care facilities.
- Define two significant changes in the new Dietary Guidelines for Americans
- Explain the impact of changes to food labels for families seeking nutrition information.
5.5 hours of continuing nursing education credit will be provided through the Public Health Nursing and Professional Development (PHNPD) Unit in the Department of Health and Human Services.
PHNPD is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the North Carolina Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation
Special Note: Nurse Licensees are required to attest to having completed one of several learning activity options during the preceding license renewal cycle and be prepared to submit evidence of completion if requested by the Board. Most of the learning activity options include continuing education activities related to the nurse’s practice. The Public Health Nursing and Professional Development Unit qualifies as an acceptable provider of continuing education as defined by the Board of Nursing for the Continuing Competence process.
Attendees must attend the full program in order to receive credit. No partial credit will be awarded.
Forsyth County Health Department
799 North Highland Avenue, Winston-Salem, NC 27102
Pitt County Agriculture Center
403 Government Cir, Greenville, NC, 27834
Harnett County Health Department
307 W Cornelius Harnett Boulevard, Lillington, 27546
Haywood Senior Resource Center
81 Elmwood Way, Waynesville, NC 28786
Fees: $40 per person (includes the CEH, lunch and beverage breaks). Remit payments to: NC Institute for Public Health, Attn: Registrar, Campus Box # 8165, Chapel Hill, NC 27599.
- The registration fee is due by August 25 for the September 15 meeting.
- The registration fee is due by September 4 for the September 22 and 23 meetings.
- The registration fee is due by September 11 for the September 30 meeting.
Important: All registration fees must be postmarked by the deadlines noted or your registration will be CANCELED.
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