Miranda has been an independent patient advocate for about five years, highly successful, and lauded for her excellent work and leadership in eldercare advocacy.
But the key to today’s post is the past tense “has been” – which isn’t the same as “is.” And there’s the rub.
Our recently launched Pandemic! Course has been a big success.
There are actually two versions of it. One is free – for anyone who would like to take it, and for informational purposes.
The second version was developed with additional assessments (quizzes) so students could earn CEs when they take the course… which is the subject of today’s post.
Help us help you! We can continue to offer CEs, but we would like to know more from you about what you hope to gain from them.
We hope you took our last to tip heart, Home Schooling for Advocates and Care Managers, and have sprung into action.
Since then, we have launched our newest course here at PracticeUP! Online: Pandemic! Take Care of Clients, Preserve and Grow Your Practice…
It’s free! Further, you can earn CEs for taking it, too…
So why wouldn’t you want to take this course? Here are a few details:
Whether or not you are home with school aged youngsters during this pandemic self-isolation time, it’s a great time to play school!
In this case, I mean… schooling yourself. During this quiet spell, it’s a great idea to prep yourself for the craziness to come as patients begin to realize what they need post-pandemic – you.
Have you ever noticed the initials after someone’s name?
Jane Smith, PhD
John Smith, BSRN, CCM
Jeremiah Smith, BCPA
Jenny Smith, MD, FACS
… or hundreds of others!
What do those initials tell you? They actually tell you much more than you might think.