Training Opportunities

Learn about training opportunities across the Thumb! Check back often as new trainings become available! 

Implicit Bias Trainings:
Find information about implicit bias trainings to meet the new requirements for licensing of health and human service professionals. For more information on the new requirements and FAQs please visit Licensing and Regulatory Affairs

REGISTRATION OPEN: Implicit Bias Training - Dr. Lucy Mercier, SVSU

OCTOBER 12, 2022 (limit of 50 participants)

9:00AM-Noon
Registration initially open to Employees of TCHP Partners: 
Deckerville Community Hospital, Great Lakes Bay Health Centers, Harbor Beach Community Hospital, Hills & Dales Healthcare, Human Development Commission, Huron Behavioral Health, Huron County Health Department, Lapeer County Health Department, Lapeer Community Mental Health, List Psychological Services, Marlette Regional Hospital, McKenzie Health System, McLaren Caro, McLaren Lapeer, McLaren Thumb Region, Sanilac County Health Department, Sanilac Community Mental Health, Scheurer Healthcare Network, Tuscola Behavioral Health Systems, Tuscola County Health Department
Contact thumbhealth@gmail.com for registration information. If space allows registration will be opened to others 1 week prior to the class date.

REGISTRATION OPEN: Implicit Bias Training - ATTC Great Lakes

NOVEMBER 15, 2022  (limit of 100 participants)
9:00AM -Noon

Registration initially open to Employees of TCHP Partners: 

Deckerville Community Hospital, Great Lakes Bay Health Centers, Harbor Beach Community Hospital, Hills & Dales Healthcare, Human Development Commission, Huron Behavioral Health, Huron County Health Department, Lapeer County Health Department, Lapeer Community Mental Health, List Psychological Services, Marlette Regional Hospital, McKenzie Health System, McLaren Caro, McLaren Lapeer, McLaren Thumb Region, Sanilac County Health Department, Sanilac Community Mental Health, Scheurer Healthcare Network, Tuscola Behavioral Health Systems, Tuscola County Health Department

Sign in to the partner page or contact thumbhealth@gmail.com for registration information. If space allows registration will be opened to others 1 week prior to the class date.

Elite Learning- https://www.elitelearning.com/nursing/michigan/ credit_type=Mandatory&delivery_method_id=4

Cost: $25.00

Interactive 1-hour implicit bias training provides historical context of race and its relationship to the development of racial implicit bias. You will be presented with a self-assessment to gauge your understanding of the topic before and after the training, and will have the opportunity to ask the presenter questions.

Dates Include:

September 23rd, 2022 11am-12pm

September 27th, 2022 11am-12pm

September 30th, 2022 11am-12pm

Michigan State Medical Society Presents

Reducing Unconscious Bias - an Imperative (RUBI) Series

To meet the implicit bias requirement, physicians and other health care professionals will need to complete Part 1 and Part 2 to receive 2 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™.

Completion of Part 1 is required prior to participation in Part 2. The live virtual sessions will take place from 12:00 - 1:00 pm ET. When registering, attendees will need to select one of the following dates for Part 2 and the corresponding Part 1 on-demand webinar.

Dates for the series:

September 21, 2022

October 12, 2022

November 16, 2022

November 30, 2022

For more information, including registration, please click here.

**Nurses- The ACCME is approved by the Board of Nursing as an acceptable provider of continuing education for license renewal or relicensure.

MORC Implicit Bias Training: https://www.morcinc.org/implicit-bias-training/

Cost: $45.00 per participant

Continuing Education Credits: 3

Regularly Offering Webinars. Behavioral Health Focused.

Will provide for organizations- groups of 40 for $960.

NetCE: https://www.netce.com/         

Cost: $15.00 per participant​​       

Continuing Education Credits: 3

This is an on demand interactive online program. Many disciplines are included in the CE approval list.

Michigan Health Council: https://www.mhc.org/event-details/implicit-bias-recognition-and-remediation-training-hybrid-2022-05-18-19-00

Cost: $50.00 per participant​​       

In a hybrid delivery model, learners will watch a one-hour video on demand and attend a one-hour webinar to engage with the instructor and other learners in a robust discussion and group exercises.

 

Resiliency Training

Mindstrong- Evidence-Based Cognitive-Behavioral Skills Building Program from Ohio State University-College of Nursing https://u.osu.edu/mindstrong/

Michigan State Medical Society- Safe Haven Program

https://www.msms.org/Resources/Welcome-to-SafeHaven 

 

Wellbeing resources-

https://www.msms.org/Resources/Physician-Well-Being

 

Resilience and Wellbeing Programs at Duke University and led by Bryan Sexton-

https://www.hsq.dukehealth.org/

 

SAMHSA Technology Transfer Centers-Lessons Learned from Two Workforce Collaboratives https://mhttcnetwork.org/centers/central-east-mhttc/workforce


SMART Stress Management Resiliency Training- TM developed by the Benson Henry Institute https://bensonhenryinstitute.org/training-apply-for-certification/


Stay Well Resources-

https://www.michigan.gov/coronavirus/0,9753,7-406-98178_99557_99710_104507_104508---,00.html

 

The Well Being Index and Accompanying Going Beyond Burnout intervention-

Developed by the Mayo Clinic-https://www.mywellbeingindex.org/why-well-being-index

 

Suicide Prevention Trainings:
Find information about suicide prevention trainings that are available to help educate and bring awareness for suicide prevention. 

Putting Time and Distance Between Someone at Risk of Suicide and Lethal Means:

An Overview of the CALM Workshop

Cost: Free

Date: September 20th 12pm-1pm

Objectives: By the end of this presentation, participants will be able to...

·     Suicide risk and protective factors in rural, ranching and farming communities

·     Why safe storage protocols matter in suicide safety planning

·     Overview of the Counseling on Access to Lethal Means approach

Registration: https://events.zoom.us/ev/ApEkZlXI9y64SPf30ea6PTzqQ5qjX-TnOx9IDMvNItle85myr4Dc~AggLXsr32QYFjq8BlYLZ5I06Dg?lmt=1662047589000

CALM Training: Sign Up Form

Cost: Free

Two-hour self-paced course for employees to learn how to identify people who could benefit from lethal means counseling, ask about access to lethal means, and reduce access

Agrisafe Training: QPR for Agriculture Communities

Cost: Free

1.5-hour QPR training teaches laypeople and professionals to recognize and respond to mental health crises using the approach of Question, Persuade, and Refer. 

The training will provide: 
– Information on the unique challenges farmers face that can lead to stress, depression, and suicide.
– Examples implementing each QPR component with someone at risk for suicide.
– Information on how to help someone at risk of suicide.