Save My Skin – In Person Training Seminar

Keeping skin whole and healthy helps a person feel comfortable and prevents infection.  When skin problems occur, severe infections can develop which are painful, life-threatening, or lead to amputation.

ECHO AAC

Supporting Patient-Provider Communication for AAC Users The role of education and communication professionals Presented by David Chapple, Becca Stroschein, and David McNaughton, PhD We are excited to share a unique opportunity with you. Our ECHO …

Safe Medication Administration

Space is limited. Please call 608-265-9440 or email comm.training@waisman.wisc.edu if you are unable to attend. No shows and cancellations made within 24 hours prior to the start of the training will be charged the full …

OSHA/Universal Precautions and Blood Borne Pathogens

Instructor: Carole Morley, RN This class meets the requirements for the mandated annual training required by OSHA for support providers whose jobs involve potential contact with blood borne pathogens. Please note that the training will …

Safe Medication Administration

Space is limited. Please call 608-265-9440 or email comm.training@waisman.wisc.edu if you are unable to attend. No shows and cancellations made within 24 hours prior to the start of the training will be charged the full …

OSHA/Universal Precautions and Blood Borne Pathogens

Instructor: Carole Morley, RN This class meets the requirements for the mandated annual training required by OSHA for support providers whose jobs involve potential contact with blood borne pathogens. Please note that the training will …

Safe Medication Administration

Space is limited. Please call 608-265-9440 or email comm.training@waisman.wisc.edu if you are unable to attend. No shows or cancellations made within 24 hours prior to the start of the training will be charged the full …

OSHA/Universal Precautions and Blood Borne Pathogens

Registration Fee: $30 per person Instructor: Carole Morley, RN This class meets the requirements for the mandated annual training required by OSHA for support providers whose jobs involve potential contact with blood borne pathogens. Please …