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Educational and Training Opportunities

 

Online Education

These online educational modules include previously recorded WyCOA workshops, online training's, and webinars taught by experts in the field.

 

 

 

 

 


For the Older Adult, Caregiver, or Interested Individuals

 

Strengthening Wyoming's Dementia Community Event , Nov 30th!

A FREE educational and networking event for family caregivers and providers of people living with dementia.  Join in-person at Casper College, 125 College Dr, Room Gateway 225. Casper, WY.
Or Join virtually on your device via Zoom!  Register now!

Wyoming Dementia Together

A community of experienced professionals who partner with caregivers to provide confidential education and support free of cost to those whose loved ones are living with dementia. 

Healthy U, now housed under Healthier Wyoming!

Healthy U is Wyoming's chronic disease self-management program, available to any person interested in learning personal health care empowerment techniques.

 


For the Healthcare Professional/Student

 

UW ECHO in Geriatrics

Through the UW ECHO® in Geriatrics, sponsored by the Wyoming Center on Aging, the Montana Geriatric Education Center, and Mountain Pacific Quality Health Foundation healthcare professionals throughout the region have the opportunity to receive best-practice recommendations for consideration in management of older adults. You are invited to present challenging cases for discussion and feedback to a network of colleagues as well as a specialist care team. Each ECHO network will also feature a brief community discussion on a variety of important topics related to geriatrics 

Care Coordination Certificate Program for Primary Care Professionals

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN, maximize your Medicare Revenue! The courses will be delivered in a virtual environment using a combination of pre-recorded didactic presentations, asynchronous discussion threads, and a virtual meeting space for a live discussion at the end of each module.  Learn at your own pace, no cost to participate.  Courses include: Annual Wellness Visit, Care Coordination Fundamentals, and Advanced Care Planning, and now Behavioral Health Integration: What a Care Coordinator Should Know Certificate Course!

Healthy U, now housed under Healthier Wyoming!

Healthy U is Wyoming's chronic disease self-management program, available to any person interested in learning personal health care empowerment techniques. 

Education Modules for Pharmacists

Wyoming Pharmacists interested in expanding clinical services in areas of Medication Therapy Management (MTM), Chronic Care Management (CCM), Co-visits, Annual Well Visits, and Transitional Care Management (TCM) along with information on selling/getting paid for these types of services are encouraged to register for this home study series offered through Healthier Wyoming!

Dementia Care Certificate

The dementia care certificate is designed for professional direct care providers of older adults across care settings. The goal of the certificate is to increase providers' knowledge of dementia and to enhance confidence in caring for people with dementia. 

Help the future nursing and allied health workforce start their careers with a solid understanding of infection control theory and realities of practice.

The goal of Project Firstline is to educate early career healthcare workers and students in order to provide a solid foundation in the principles of infection control and the skills needed to keep themselves and their patients safe.  These training modules are a part of Project Firstline, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) innovative infection control training collaborative, and are designed to further integrate essential infection control training and practice into nursing and allied health curricula.

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Phone: (307) 766-2829

Email: wycoa@uwyo.edu

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