The module provides information regarding history and common forms of biofeedback, initial assessment and treatment plan for the biofeedback patient, stress management strategies and disorders frequently treated using biofeedback.
Weight Management: Facts Not Fads by Connie Goldsmith, RN, MPA and Sharon Lehrman, RDN, MPH, LD
CE585 l 1.0 contact hour
As healthcare professionals, we encounter overweight and obese patients in many settings. Conversations of five minutes or less can contribute to changing the eating behaviors of our patients.
Regulation of Body Weight by Dale Ames Kline, RD, MS, CNSC, LD and Steven S. Bhimji, MD, PhD and Sonja Goedkoop, RD, MSPH, LD
CE717 | 1.0 contact hour
How does one regulate body weight? This program provides information on the role of energy balance in obesity. Participants will learn the consequences of body fat distribution in men and women and the roles that hormones, peptides, neurotransmitters, organs and the brain play in obesity.
Diet and Prevention of Ischemic Heart Disease in Women by Dale Ames Kline, RD, MS, LD and Susan McQuillan, RDN, MS
CE708 | 1.0 contact hour
Lifestyle changes are the first line of defense in preventing ischemic heart disease. Learn about various risk factors that cause women to develop IHD as well as strategies to prevent IHD in women.
Exercise for Health and Fitness by Lonnie Aquaro Sebastian, RN-C, MSN and Tracey B. Long, RN, PhD(c), CDE, CNE, CHUC, CCRN
CE251-60 l 1.0 contact hour
The goal of this continuing education program is to provide nurse with current physical activity/exercise guidelines for healthy adults.
Happiness: The Evidence Behind the Emotion by Cynthia Saver, RN, MS
CE633 | 1.0 contact hour
Review the latest research on the science of happiness, and how to improve
happiness — based on the relatively new field of positive psychology.
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