On-Demand and Live-Stream Courses
Learn to diagnose and treat coccidiodomycosis, also known as Valley Fever. Identify workers at risk for occupational coccidiodomycosis and ways to prevent the fungal infection from entering the respiratory system.
Course is provided in partnership with the California Department of Public Health.
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.
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.
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.
Chronic Opioid Prescribing for Physicians
Learn about safe prescribing and monitoring techniques for patients whose medical conditions require chronic opioid therapy. This course is only available to UC Davis Health employees. Sign-in to the UC Learning Center to access the course.
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.
Pediatric Diabetic Ketoacidosis Clinical Guidelines
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.
Coming in early May 2019!
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 Quits Series
Our series focuses on tactics health care providers can take to motivate and assist patients in the tobacco cessation process