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Bereavement Coordinator Education and Training

On-line Training: All you need is a computer with speakers and Internet Explorer and you can get excellent training while sipping coffee in your pajamas. All speakers are well known professional hospice workers that are experts in their field(s). Steps to get your Admin. Continuing Ed. hours

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Bereavement Coordinator on-line Training bundle pack

The Bereavement Coordinator Training includes these courses: Normal & Complicated Grief, Your Bereavement Program: Solid Ground or Sinking Sand, Children & Grief, Compassion Fatigue *After paying through Paypal you will be immediately redirected to the Administrator Training. We recommend book marking this site so that you can take the training over multiple days.

Bereavement Coordinator Training Pack
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1. Legal Issues for Hospice Marketing -1.5 credits
Marie C. Berliner, J.D.
has been providing legal counsel and representation to hospice and other providers in all aspects of Medicare administrative and regulatory compliance since 1988, in Washington, D.C and Austin, Texas. This presention covers:Top three federal statutes affecting marketing, Application of laws to allowable marketing activities and limitations,legal challenges in real life situations

Audience: All
Level: General

Marketing Legal Issues
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2. "Companioning" - 1.5 credits
Rodney Bolejack, D.Min., Chaplain. One of the primary concerns of hospice patients is fear of abandonment. Such may occur at several levels, particularly when busy schedules focus our attention on protocols, procedures, and paperwork. This presentation explores "Companioning" as an essential hospice concept. Benefits& Burdens and Barriers & Bridges to creating a shared journey will be examined from professional and intra-personal perspectives. Participants will learn how to apply "Companioning" skills and attitudes to enrich the hospice experience for the patient as well as for the professional. Audiences: All

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3.Professional Boundaries Ethics Credit
Sandi Hebley, RN, CHPN, LMSW
In this session participants will hold a discussion of professional codes of ethics, differences in personal self-interest motivations, self-disclosure, issues of gifts and actions necessary to maintain appropriate boundaries in professional relationships.
Audience:  All                  
Level:  Intermediate

Professional Boundaries
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7. Abuse Neglect and Exploitation- 1.5 Credits
Rosalind Nelson-Gamblin, HCSSA Policy Specialist, Regulatory Services Policy Development & Support Unit at the Department of Aging & Disability Services.
This presentation includes: Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation

Audience: All
Level: General

Abuse, Neglect, Exploitation
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9. "7 Dumb Mistakes Smart People Make" - by Danny Mack 1.5 Credits
Improve your job performance and accomplish personal and professional goals after learning the seven mistakes that hinder people from accomplishing their professional goals. Become motivated, encouraged and inspired to improve your skills!

Audiences: All

7 Dumb Mistakes Smart People Make
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10.Marketing Hospice with Dignity: A Core Competency - By Ray Clark
This class is approved for 1.5 hours of CE

Marketing lets your customers know the uniqueness of your hospice and the benefits of choosing your company over the competition. Knowing the rules and selling your services within the boundaries of those rules is marketing with dignity. Turning this style of marketing into a core competency sets your organization apart from the others.

Audiences: All

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11. Let Someone Know How to Respect Your Wishes This class is approved for 1.5 hours of Continuing Education Units
Dr. Jerry Barker introduces new state-of-the-art Advance Care Planning (ACP) strategies (Let's Talk Texas and Respecting Choices). Participants will encourage and assist patients and families to Let Someone Know their wishes before they can no longer speak for themselves. A great on-line class for all hospice professionals.

Audience: All
Level: General

Let Someone Know Your Wishes
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Steps to get your Continuing Education Credit:

1 .Pay for the class through Paypal and immediately after paying you will be redirected back to our site (click on the button on the receipt that says return to Texas and New Mexico Hospice's Web site) the class will immediately begin once you are redirected to our site.

2. Watch and listen to the on-line presentation

3. Take the quiz at end and score an 80 or above.

4. Print the success page that contains your name, score, CE/CEUs awarded.

The presentations have sound and are timed. At the end there is a quiz that you must get an 80 or above on to get continuing education credit.

**No conflicts of interest, commercial support, endorsement of products, off-label use of products accompany these presentations. 

Texas & New Mexico Hospice Organization is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Texas Nurses Association - Approver, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.  

Texas & New Mexico Hospice Organization is an approved provider of continuing education by the Texas State Board of Social Work Examiners.

Contact us if you experience any problems at bbaker@txnmhospice.org