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02/10/2016 — Mental Health First Aid - CENTRAL
FREE Training -- Teaching skills for providing Mental Health First Aid
02/12/2016 — Mental Health First Aid - SOUTHERN
Healthcare and emergency personnel, supervisors, and managers and mental health professionals should take advantage of this informative 1-day of Training on Mental Health First Aid Action.
02/18/2016 — Mental Health First Aid - NORTHERN
Healthcare and emergency personnel, supervisors, and managers and mental health professionals should take advantage of this informative 1-day of Training on Mental Health First Aid Action.
02/18/2016 — Hands-On Amateur Radio User Training
Hands-On Amateur Radio Training. Teach realistic operational skills for using Amateur Radio on both HTs and base/mobile rigs; Provide hands-on communication training with class peers and hams elsewhere; and Simulate Net operations using standard protocols.
02/18/2016 — Delta Council Meeting
Delta Council Meeting
03/03/2016 — Mental Health First Aid - CENTRAL/MADISON
Healthcare and emergency personnel, supervisors, and managers and mental health professionals should take advantage of this informative 1-day of Training on Mental Health First Aid Action.
05/19/2016 — Delta Council Meeting
Delta Council Meeting

In-Person Learning

MHA offers a variety of in-person learning opportunities throughout the state and at our MHA Conference Center in Madison. Many educational offerings are held in conjunction with the annual meetings of our affilated societies. Because reimbursement is such a big issue for our hospitals, MHA also offers many coding workshops throughout the year.

 

 

 

Online Learning

We recognize the budget constraints our member facilities face, and MHA offers learning opportunities that can be viewed within the hospital through audio and web based programs.

CareLearning
CareLearning is a nonprofit entity with a mission to assist hospitals and health systems with the increasingly complex array of professional development, education, and training requirements. MHA, in cooperation with more than 40 other state hospital associations and the American Hospital Association, has formed www.careLearning.com, an Internet-based education and learning administration system.

You can register for program offerings through MHA as a non-member or become a careLearning user and take advantage of the many other benefits it has to offer (like their educational tracking system). For more information on becoming a careLearning user please contact Anasthia Amos at 800.289.884, 601.368.3263 or aamos@mhanet.org.   

 

Webinars

MHA offers webinars through various entities on various topics that MHA feels are meaningful educational programs for our members. For more information, visit webinars.mhanet.org or contact Anasthia Amos at 800.289.884, 601.368.3263 or aamos@mhanet.org.   

 

 

 

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