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This course is designed to equip health care providers with the background and practical knowledge necessary to intervene with their patients for reduction of firearm injuries and deaths by identifying those at increased risk for firearm injury, asking about access to firearms when indicated, and counseling on safe firearm practices when appropriate.
Human Trafficking — Training for Healthcare Providers
This one-hour course is designed for health care providers who want to learn more about human trafficking, which involves the use of force, fraud, or coercion to obtain some type of labor or commercial sex act. At the end of the course, learners will be able to describe trauma-informed care, identify five red flags and/or risk factors for human trafficking, identify two conversation starters to discuss human trafficking with patients, and access resources when trafficking is suspected.
This course is only available to UC Davis Health employees. Sign-in to the UC Learning Center to access the course module.
This activity helps occupational medicine physicians understand the epidemiology of lead poisoning in California. Toxicology, sources of exposure, diagnostic and management guidelines, and public health reporting guidelines are addressed.
Courses are provided in partnership with the California Department of Public Health.
This course is designed for health care professionals who wish to learn more about diagnosis and treatment of patients with lower extremity ulcers, including a comprehensive overview of ankle brachial index (ABI) testing.
Become familiar with UC Davis Health's approach to screening for lung cancer. Learn best practices for early detection, requirements for smoking cessation counseling and ways to reduce lung cancer mortality. This course is only available to UC Davis Health employees.
UC Davis Pain Management Series: Pain Management and the Appropriate Care and Treatment of the Terminally Ill
The UC Davis Pain Management Series is only available to UC Davis Health employees. Sign-in to the UC Learning Center to access the individual course modules.
- Module 1: Responsible Opioid Prescribing
- Module 2: Opioid Agreement and Consent and Urine Drug Testing
- Module 3: Strategies for Managing the Patient with Pain and Addiction
- Module 4: Spinal Imaging for the Patient in Pain
- Module 5: Non-Surgical Interventional Approaches for Spine Pain
- Module 6: Spine Surgery and Who Needs It
- Module 7: Understanding and Treating Neuropathic Pain
- Module 8: Fibromyalgia and Myofascial Pain
- Module 9: Cancer Pain Management and Supportive Care
- Module 10: Approaches to Pediatric Pain Management
- Module 11: Amplified Musculoskeletal Pain Syndrome (AMPS)
- Module 12: End of Life-Pain Management and Supportive Care
Learn about evidence-based clinical guidelines for treating pediatric bronchiolitis. Learn about using a respiratory assessment score to evaluate infants and identifying parameters for high-flow nasal cannula and transfer.
Learn about evidence-based clinical guidelines for monitoring and treating pediatric diabetic ketoacidosis. Course includes protocol for lab criteria, treatment and discussion of new evidence regarding fluid resuscitation.
Provided in partnership with the California Department of Public Health, this learning activity helps health care providers understand the negative health effects of e-cigarettes. Learn how to answer challenging questions patients may have about the use of e-cigarettes.
UC Davis Precision Interprofessional Neurologic Educational Learning (PINECLE) Program
The UC Davis PINECLE Program combines teaching at a patient's bedside, simulation education, and online educational videos and modules to teach learners how to conduct a neurological examination, with a particular focus on stroke patients. It is only available to UC Davis Health employees. Sign-in to the UC Learning Center to access the individual course modules.
- Module 1: Assessment of Consciousness/Orientation
- Module 2: Language Assessment for Aphasia
- Module 3: Eye Movement
- Module 4: Facial Strength Testing
- Module 5: Arm and Leg Strength Testing
- Module 6: Sensation Testing
- Module 7: Coordination Testing of Arms and Legs
Learn the basics of performing an ultrasound exam. This course is only available to UC Davis Health employees.
This learning activity helps health care providers recognize the current trends in X-ray detector technology, increase knowledge of advances made in radiography and mammography, and describe the relationship between equipment acquisition parameters and radiation dose to patients.
Upon completion of this course, learners are able to state the aspects of fluoroscopy operations which are relevant to radiation safety and good medical practice. The goal of this course is to reduce the radiation doses to both patienst and staff by describing the radiation hazards and explaining how to reduce exposure.