This course is an introduction to POCA’s Adverse Events Reporting Database. It addresses how collecting data on acupuncture adverse events can encourage the development of a culture of safety for acupuncturists.

Goals & Objectives:

- describe the relationship between acupuncture adverse events reporting and successful pain management

- describe the relationship between acupuncture adverse events reporting and providing trauma-informed care

- help students understand how adverse events reporting encourages the development of a culture of safety for acupuncture.

If you have any questions about this class or the material, please feel free to email me, Lisa Rohleder. You can leave a message with Gail at ceu@pocatech.org.


Approved CEU CEU's Category Price
NCCAOM 3
AOM-SA
$30
Florida CEU automatically reported to CE Broker 3 General

This course will focus on the POCA Safety, Quality Control and Best Practices Manual For Settings in Which Community Acupuncture is Practiced, prepared for POCA by a board-certified MD who is familiar with community acupuncture. Topics include safety, infection control, needlestick potential, emergency procedures, and clinic accessibility.

If you have any questions about this class or the material, please feel free to email me, Lisa Rohleder. You can leave a message with Gail at ceu@pocatech.org.


Approved CEUCEU'sCategoryPrice
NCCAOM 2AOM-SA $20

Welcome to the most boring CEU ever offered by POCA. Yes! You are going to learn how OSHA applies to your clinic and how to properly comply with OSHA standards in your community acupuncture clinic. But wait! We already did all of the truly mind numbing work for you! This course will help you formulate your own OSHA manual and compliance plan. In all seriousness, this is a crucial tool for your clinic to not only comply with the required laws, but will make sure that you and your workers are safe. So, let's make safety fun together!

Learning Objectives:

  • To better understand the role of OSHA in a community clinic.
  • To increase understanding of and compliance with OSHA standards for community clinics.
  • To demonstrate familiarity with the concepts of Bloodborne Pathogens, Exposure Control Plans, and the need for proper documentation.

If you have any questions about this class or the material, please feel free to email me, Lisa Rohleder. You can leave a message with Gail at ceu@pocatech.org.


Approved CEUCEU'sCategoryPrice
NCCAOM 4 AOM-SA $40