Continuing EducationResources for Medical Professionals
UroMed strives to recommend relevant Continuing Education courses that help you in better serving our mutual patients.
One of the reasons this is so important to us is that many of UroMed’s employees have a personal connection to understanding our customers’ urinary health and incontinence needs, as 20% of UroMed’s customer care associates either has a disability or has a family member with a disabling condition.
Most of UroMed’s customers experience urological or incontinence issues, and have conditions like Spinal Cord Injury, Spina Bifida, Transverse Myelitis or Multiple Sclerosis. The following Continuing Education courses are good reference points in caring for patients with these conditions or similar needs.
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New! Dorland Health Urology Portal
Dorland Health and UroMed created this continuing education website to help educate healthcare professionals about the importance of proactive treatment in the quest to enhance the daily lives of patients who have neurogenic bladder or urinary incontinence.
Dorland’s Urology Health Portal offers 12 continuing education articles for healthcare professionals. The CEU credits available in this program are applicable for:
- Case Managers
- Disability Management Specialists
- Nurse Practitioners
- Registered Nurses
- Rehabilitation Nurses
- Urological Nurses
- Life Care Planners
- Social Workers
Article: Managing the Care Complexity of Spinal Cord Injury
Published by the Academy of Certified Case Managers, this CareManagement article is approved for 4 hours of CEUs approved by the Commission for Case Manager Certification and the Certification of Disability Management Specialists Commission for certification maintenance.
The article features Bert Burns, UroMed’s founder, and his story of recovery with the help of rehabilitation professionals and case managers after a car accident caused him to become a quadriplegic.
This CEU exam is for ACCM Members only. To become an ACCM member, please visit the ACCM website to complete a membership application, and submit it with this CEU exam and dues.
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