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Events
Thursday, April 26, 2018 | 9am – 12pmFacilities Support Services Building (FSSB)
Reiki, Level II, Day 4

This workshop will demonstrate the use of reiki as a technique for relaxation, stress reduction and pain management. This type of touch therapy can be used as an adjunctive tool to alter the perception of pain. This class will include the demonstration and return demonstration of the reiki exercises and how to use reiki to improve patient comfort.

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Thursday, May 10, 2018 | 8am – 12pmFacilities Support Services Building (FSSB)
Transplant Update Spring 2018

This course is offered to transplant and med-surg nurses interested in learning about current practices in post-op transplant care. Topics discussed will include types of immunosuppression used and dietary considerations for the post-op patient. General overview will also be provided for managing diabetic patients and those necessitating FYI alert.

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Thursday, June 7, 2018 | 8am – 12pmFacilities Support Services Building (FSSB)
Transplant Update Spring 2018

This course is offered to transplant and med-surg nurses interested in learning about current practices in post-op transplant care. Topics discussed will include types of immunosuppression used and dietary considerations for the post-op patient. General overview will also be provided for managing diabetic patients and those necessitating FYI alert.

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Friday, September 14, 2018 | 9am – 2pmFacilities Support Services Building (FSSB)
Reiki, Level I

This workshop will demonstrate the use of reiki as a technique for relaxation, stress reduction and pain management. This type of touch therapy can be used as an adjunctive tool to alter the perception of pain. This class will include the demonstration and return demonstration of the reiki exercises and how to use reiki to improve patient comfort. Out of consideration for others, please refrain from using perfumes, cologne, or other strong fragrant products.

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Thursday, April 4, 2019 | 9am – 12pmFacilities Support Services Building (FSSB)
Reiki, Level II, Day 1

This workshop will demonstrate the use of reiki as a technique for relaxation, stress reduction and pain management. This type of touch therapy can be used as an adjunctive tool to alter the perception of pain. This class will include the demonstration and return demonstration of the reiki exercises and how to use reiki to improve patient comfort.

Register for the Reiki, Level II class

Thursday, April 11, 2019 | 9am – 12pmFacilities Support Services Building (FSSB)
Reiki, Level II, Day 2

This workshop will demonstrate the use of reiki as a technique for relaxation, stress reduction and pain management. This type of touch therapy can be used as an adjunctive tool to alter the perception of pain. This class will include the demonstration and return demonstration of the reiki exercises and how to use reiki to improve patient comfort.

Register for the Reiki, Level II class

Thursday, April 18, 2019 | 9am – 12pmFacilities Support Services Building (FSSB)
Reiki, Level II, Day 3

This workshop will demonstrate the use of reiki as a technique for relaxation, stress reduction and pain management. This type of touch therapy can be used as an adjunctive tool to alter the perception of pain. This class will include the demonstration and return demonstration of the reiki exercises and how to use reiki to improve patient comfort.

Register for the Reiki, Level II class

Thursday, April 25, 2019 | 9am – 12pmFacilities Support Services Building (FSSB)
Reiki, Level II, Day 4

This workshop will demonstrate the use of reiki as a technique for relaxation, stress reduction and pain management. This type of touch therapy can be used as an adjunctive tool to alter the perception of pain. This class will include the demonstration and return demonstration of the reiki exercises and how to use reiki to improve patient comfort.

Register for the Reiki, Level II class

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