Frontline Worker Safety in the Age of
COVID-19: A Global Perspective
Continuing Education, accreditated
through Dec. 31, 2023 for Physician - Category I AMA Credits and
Corresponding Kentucky Board Accreditation: Nursing, Dentistry, Physical
Therapy, Respiratory and Occupational Therapy. Approximately 6 credit
Understanding important evidence based strategies which have been learned
during the COVID-19 epidemic.
|Identify infection control strategies that
prevent and mitigate the spread of COVID-19 disease among both frontline
workers and patients.|
|Advise retailers, schools, and others on
strategies they should undertake to establish a safe workplace which
protects both frontline workers and patrons.|
|Identify infectious disease infrastructure
deficiencies in the COVID-19 pandemic.|
|Discuss cultural and socioeconomic barriers and
social disparities which place socially disadvantaged populations at
increased risk of infection and severe disease.|
|Explain the risks of disability and death from
not only acute COVID-19 but also the disabling effects of Long COVID
Southern Kentucky AHEC Continuing Education
for 6.0 Credit Hours (total for two 3 hour enduring courses).
2022 ANCC CEU Course Part 1 (healthwatchusa.net)
2022 ANCC CEU Course Part 2 (healthwatchusa.net)
Below is a very old Legacy CME course first posted in July of 2001.
continuing education course was one of the first in the nation, and the
first online ENT course. This course was accredited by the University
of Kentucky and Cumberland Otolaryngology Consultants. A grant to the University
of Kentucky from GlaxoSmithKline funded the continuing
education credits. Many of the theraputics and
recommendations are out of date but give insight into how medicine has
The course is no
longer accredited for Category I credits but it may be used for self
study or Category II credits. INFORMATION ON THIS
HOME PAGE IS CURRENT AS OF 2009.
If you pass the test, you may print a certificate of completion with
your name and grade.
Courses written by
Kevin T Kavanagh, MD
Clinical Associate Professor, University of
education programs below were originally funded in part through an unrestricted educational
grant by GlaxoSmithKline.
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