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  • Clinical Genetics Laboratory Services

    Location:

    MSU Division of Human Genetics: 1355 Bogue St, Room B123, East Lansing, MI, 48824

    Description:

    The MSU Clinical Genetics Laboratory  consists of four service branches including Clinical Cytogenetics, Prenatal Screening, and Molecular Genetics Laboratories including SNP Microarray. These laboratories are members of the MSU Health Team and are CLIA/CAP certified. They offer a wide range of clinical genetics services including cancer, prenatal, pediatric and adult genetics, including Huntington’s disease consultations,  to patients in mid-Michigan, Flint and Kalamazoo. The team is staffed by a board certified clinical geneticist trained in dysmorphology and multiple board certified/board eligible genetic counselors. Patients are evaluated by analyzing available family and medical history data to determine the most appropriate genetic testing. The laboratories provide counseling for patients with various genetic disorders, assist in implementing medical management recommendations and offer support and guidance for families. They also determine and seek insurance preauthorization for various genetic analyses, coordinate testing and followup with results.

  • Clinical Research Trials Management Online Certificate Program

    Description:

    The Graduate Certificate in Clinical Research Trials Management (CRTM), was created in response to the increased need and demand for a qualified, educated workforce that can provide a range of supportive roles and services in the fields of clinical research and translational medicine (TM).  The purpose of the CRTM graduate certificate program is to build a clinical research workforce  to meet growing local, state, national, and, potentially, international current and future employment market demands.  The courses that comprise the CRTM certificate program reflect the requisite knowledge and skill sets to qualify graduates to seek employment in the field.

  • Cognitive Science Annual Distinguished Speakers Series (2016 - 2017)

    Dates:

    Please see the current schedule at the website below.

     

     

    Location:

    All lectures begin at 5:30 p.m. with a reception beginning at 5:00 p.m. in Room 118 Psychology, MSU, East Lansing, MI, 48824.

    Description:

    The goal of the Distinguished Speaker Series is to bring influential researchers in cognitive science to MSU to talk on a broad range of topics.  Light refreshments are served and all are welcome!

  • College of Human Medicine Continuing Medical Education for Physicians

    Dates:

    Please see current offerings at the website below.

    Location:

    Various locations

    Description:

    The purpose of the Office of Continuing Medical Education (CME) is to certify learning activities for physicians in order to improve the practice of medicine. This includes patient care, research, medical education, and administration. In addition, the office tracks credits for physicians who attend CME-certified activities and provides consultation on educational processes and accreditation issues.

    Michigan State University is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.  Courses, regularly scheduled series, enduring materials, and live Internet activities certified for CME credit can be viewed at the website below.

  • Communiqué Magazine

    Description:

    MSU's College of Osteopathic Medicine offers Communiqué, its quarterly newsletter. Each issue contains a variety of topical articles, staff profiles, and events for the college. An archive of previous issues dating from Summer 1997 is available online.

  • Community Integrated Medicine Public Health Services

    Location:

    The greater Lansing area and southeast Michigan

    Description:

    CIM is a service organization that provides basic health screenings and preventive health education to the medically underserved. Members partake in tutoring and mentoring programs for high school students. CIM services all ages, ethnic groups, and genders throughout the Lansing and southeast Michigan communities.

  • Complementary Therapies in Pain Management (Online Course)

    Description:

    Complementary Therapies in Pain Management is a self-paced, online continuing education course that provides registered nurses with an overview of pain and complementary therapies used in pain management. Registered nurses who complete the course may earn 1.0 continuing nursing education contact hour, and will be able to:

    • define pain and discuss basic pain assessment and modalities for pain management;
    • describe the use of complementary therapies in the U.S.;
    • define the various terms used to refer to complementary therapies in health care;
    • list the five categories of therapies and identify one specific therapy that fits each category;
    • evaluate the evidence base for complementary therapies;
    • identify referral issues for patients, nurses, and other providers related to complementary therapies;
    • discuss barriers to the effective integration of complementary therapies into conventional health care; and
    • identify area resources and referrals for complementary therapies.
  • Continuing Osteopathic Medical Education Manual Medicine Courses

    Dates:

    See current schedule at the website below.

    Location:

    East Lansing, MI

    Description:

    MSU's College of Osteopathic Medicine offers continuing medical education courses, frequently held at the East Lansing Marriott hotel. The manual medicine series, open to licensed D.O.s, M.D.s, P.T.s, and D.D.S.s, is approved for AOA and AMA Category I credit. Courses include such topics as: Principles of Manual Medicine; Craniosacral Technique; Direct Action Thrust Manipulative Technique; Exercise; Functional Technique; Muscle Energy; Extremities, and Myofascial Release.

  • Cooking Matters Program for Child Care Providers (April 2017)

    Dates:

    April 1 - 8, 2017.  9:00 am - 2:00 pm

    Location:

    MSU Extension, 701 S. Norton St., Corunna, MI 48817

    Description:

    Cooking Matters for Child Care Professionals is a nutrition program that teaches child care professionals cooking, food safety, and food budgeting. The program is intended to empower providers to deliver nutritious meals and teach healthy eating habits to the children in their care. This program is open to all child care providers. Cooking Matters for Childcare professionals provides 10 hours of education credits for licensing.

  • Craniosacral Techniques: Part 1 (January 2018)

    Dates:

    January 26 - 30, 2018

    Location:

    East Lansing, MI

    Description:

    This four and a half day course is designed to provide a solid anatomic and physiologic foundation for the diagnosis and treatment of structural problems within the craniosacral mechanism. The course has ample opportunity for hands-on experience. This course offers 35 category IA CME credits. There are prerequisites for this course.

  • Craniosacral Techniques: Part 2 (September 2017)

    Dates:

    September 22 - 26, 2017

    Location:

    MSUCOM, Fee Hall, East Lansing, MI.

    Description:

    This four and a half day course provides a thorough review of all material presented in the Part I course.  More specialized techniques are given in the diagnosis and treatment of the sacrum, the diaphragm, face, and TMJ problems. Diagnosis and treatment of the infant skull will be addressed.  Students will be introduced to the craniosacral principles applied to the whole body. There are prerequisities.  CME: 35 1-A credits.

  • Craniosacral Techniques: Part 3 (July 2018)

    Dates:

    July 13 - 17, 2018

    Location:

    East Lansing, MI

    Description:

    This four and a half day intense course will take what you’ve learned in the Cranial I and II courses to a new level.  You will learn to understand fascial linkages throughout the body, get more information on the cranial rhythmic impulse, how to use the CRI throughout the body for diagnosis and treatment of various musculoskeletal disorders, effect of emotions on the CRI and tissue mechanics, utilize the Becker Technique of the fulcrum, understand and treat tissue memory in physical and emotional trauma and understand the human bioenergy field and it’s relationship to the CRI in health and disease.

    Prerequisites: Principles of Manual Medicine, Craniosacral Techniques: Part I, and Craniosacral Techniques Part II

    Credit hours: 35 1-A

  • Diagnostic Center for Population and Animal Health Diagnostic Testing Services

    Location:

    DCPAH, 4125 Beaumont Rd, Lansing, MI, 48909.

    Description:

    The Diagnostic Center for Population and Animal Health brings together ten MSU labs that make up Michigan's only comprehensive animal health diagnostic center. The Center works in collaboration with the State of Michigan, public health officials, private practice veterinarians, livestock producers, and others in the farming community to protect humans and animals from disease and toxic substances. The new facility consolidates labs, offices, and classrooms into a single structure where over 1.5 million diagnostic tests are conducted each year on samples to determine the presence of such diseases as bovine tuberculosis, West Nile virus, and chronic wasting disease. The Center is also considered a front line of defense in detecting biological and chemical agents used in bioterrorism against U.S. animal agriculture.

  • Direct Action Thrust: Mobilization with Impulse (October 2017)

    Dates:

    October 13 - 17, 2017

    Location:

    East Lansing, MI

    Description:

    This is a four-day intensive course of lectures, demonstrations, and small group practice sessions on the principles and use of direct action high velocity manipulative technique. Emphasis will be placed upon the spine, pelvis, and thoracic cage.  There are prerequisites.

    CME: 27 1-A credits

  • Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnosis, and Treatment (Online Course)

    Description:

    This course provides an overview of the EPSDT program in Michigan. EPSDT is Medicaid's comprehensive and preventive child health program for individuals under the age of 21. This course will discuss how you can help your provider (physician, nurse practitioner, or physician assistant) deliver EPSDT services to your patients. Participants will receive 1.2 contact hours upon completion of the program.

  • Early Assurance Program for Pre-Med Students in Underserved Areas

    Description:

    The Early Assurance Program provides an enhanced opportunity for admission to medical school to qualified premedical students who wish to practice in the underserved areas. Preference for admission will be given to students who are the first generation to attend college, students who graduated from a low-income high school, those eligible for federal Pell grants or those who express interest in a high-need medical specialty area.

    Students interested in caring for underserved populations will complete a program of clinical and service experiences, as well as academic advising directed toward admission to MSU's College of Human Medicine. The emphasis on care for the underserved is at the core of the college's mission.

    During their junior year, students who excel in the undergraduate programs may apply to the College of Human Medicine, and selected students will be assured of admission and begin a relationship with the college during their senior year.

  • Exercise Prescription as a Complement to Manual Medicine (October 2017)

    Dates:

    October 27 - 30, 2017

    Location:

    East Lansing, MI

    Description:

    This four-day program was developed in 1992 by Mark Bookhout, P.T. based upon the work of Vladimir Janda. This unique course is designed to complement the muscle energy biomechanical model. The exercises taught assist the participant in developing an individualized exercise program based upon the patient’s biomechanical findings and help to maintain the changes made with manual therapy treatment. This course offers 27 I-A CME credits. There are prerequisites for this course.

  • Fall Kaleidoscope Conference (September 2017)

    Dates:

    September 22, 2017

    Location:

    Eagle Eye Conference Center, Bath, MI

    Description:

    This annual conference, held during the Silverfest Alumni Weekend, offers the opportunity for primary care physicians to update their understanding of new developments in research and clinical practices in the fields of dermatology, chronic pain and dependencies. The overall goal is to improve the primary care physician’s ability to evaluate and treat the patient through an evidence based approach. This conference is presented in conjunction with the Silverfest Alumni Weekend and has been approved for 8 hours of Category IA credit.

  • Farm to Early Child Care Mini Webinar Series: Sprouting Healthy Eaters (2016 - 2017)

    Dates:

    Please see the schedule at the website below

    Location:

    Online webinars

    Description:

    The 2016-2017 Farm to ECE Mini-Webinar Series is a series of 12 webinars that will cover various topics in Farm to ECE. Webinars will be 15 minutes of presented material with time for questions and answers following.

  • Flint Area Medical Education

    Location:

    Flint, MI

    Description:

    MSU's College of Human Medicine partners with three Flint area hospitals: Genesys Regional Medical Center, Hurley Medical Center, and McLaren Regional Medical Center. The mission of the partnership is to administer, coordinate, and disseminate information about medical education in the Flint community and to provide health care professionals and individuals pursuing health care careers with a unique and supportive environment.

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