Beaumont Health System in Michigan offers numerous educational classes and programs to help you achieve and maintain a healthy lifestyle. Click here to view our full Detroit health class catalog or here to begin a keyword search.

Our online registration system offers around-the-clock scheduling services.  If you have a question or need additional help, please call 1-800-633-7377.  Representatives are available weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

FEATURED EVENTS

Decoding Annie Parker

Annie Parker who is a three time cancer survivor and her work with geneticist, Dr. Mary-Claire King discuss finding the breast cancer BRCA gene mutation which is considered one of the most important discoveries of the 20th century. 

Please join us as Annie Parker tells her story, followed by a screening of the award winning movie, “Decoding Annie Parker”.

Hors-d’oeuvres and a discussion on genetics with Annie Parker and Dana Zakalik, M.D., will follow the film.     

 

Registration is required as seating is very limited.


16th Annual Breast Cancer Symposium

Spring Cleaning - Planting the Seeds for a Healthy Survivorship.  There's nothing like those first few warm, breezy days of spring to lighten your mood, simplify and start afresh.  Allow the change of seasons to motivate you to get a jump start on spring-cleaning all areas of your life.  Join us as we renew our mental, physical and emotional selves so we can create the energy and momentum to propel us to a happier and healthier lifestyle.  Come alone or bring your mom, your daughter or girlfriend.  This is a day for sisterhood, learning and reinventing yourselves!  

Symposium topics will include: 

  • Back into Balance- Using an Integrative Approach to Optimize Health  
  • Dangerously Beautiful - What You Don't Know CAN Hurt You 
  • Exercise for Survivorship - The Secret to Getting in Shape is Just Getting Started  
  • Survivorship Guidelines in Medical Oncology 
  • A Breath at a Time    

A continental breakfast, sit-down luncheon, educational materials are included in the registration fee. 

When registering please indicate in the comments section; Sesame-Ginger Glazed Salmon, Honey Mustard Chicken or Vegetarian Quiche with fresh fruit.  

 

 


18th Annual Contemporary Issues in Trauma Nursing 2015

This one-day course is intended for staff nurses, nurse managers and educators practicing in the area of trauma nursing and critical care and pre-hospital providers.

Contact hours will be awarded for this activity.  Continuing Education Credits have been applied for from Beaumont Health System, department of Scholarship, Quality & research, which is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Ohio Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.  The approved number of credits will be determined by the date of the conference.

Participants must sign in, attend the entire workshop and complete an evaluation requirement to receive all contact hours. Topic Discussions:  

  • Recognize the motivational role that communication plays between the healthcare provider and patient.
  • Describe one mechanism of injury contributing to eye trauma.
  • Discuss the impact of social media on employment.
  • Identify challenges associated with pediatric trauma.
  • Develop an understanding of the use of palliative care in the inpatient setting.
  • Familiarize the learner with the treatment of underlying osteoporosis in traumatic injury cases
  • Examine methods of management of catastrophic traumatic extremity injuries.
  • Describe a trauma patient's journey from admission to rehab.

There will be two break-out sessions, please chose which one you are interested in attending and during checkout please ADD this to the comments section. 

  1. Palliative Care  
  2. Fragility Fracture Service  

 

If you want to register by check, please send the attached registration form and check to: 

175-NW Safety City USA  
Beaumont Health System      
3601 W. 13 Mile Road             
Royal Oak, MI  48073 

 

Fee includes all program materials, continental breakfast and luncheon.  For more information or questions regarding the conference, call 248-898-0356. 

 

 

 
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