Free CEUs in Oregon for Workers Comp Adjusters and Nurse Case Managers
About Free CEUs in Oregon
Workers' Compensation Adjusters and Nurse Case Managers in Oregon require CEUs (Continuing Education Units) in order to obtain their licenses. This page lists Free CEUs for Work Comp Adjusters and Nurse Case Managers in Oregon.
CEU requirements in Oregon
RN and LPN CEU requirements in Oregon
RNs and LPNs in Oregon require seven hours of pain management-related CE. This is a one time requirement. Of these seven hours, one hour must be a course to be provided by the Oregon Pain Management Commission. The RN / LPN is free to choose pain management topics for the remaining 6 hours. Once this requirement is fulfilled, there is no additional CE requirements for renewal.
This course is designed to inform Work Comp claim handlers about what the Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) is and what its functions are as well as what Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMD) is. This course will also outline topics related to TMD and TMJ in order to increase the understanding of how TMD will effect patients. We will also briefly touch on common injuries associated with the TMJ, compensability, and insurance terms and coverages.
This course is designed to inform Workers’ Comp insurance Adjusters and Nurse Case Managers about commonly prescribed medications and how they affects the injured workers’ oral and mental health. This course will also include contributing factors specifically to chronic pain, common treatments, and solutions.
This course has been created to provide Workers' Compensation claim handlers a understanding of CBCT technology it's importance, uses and abilities of CBCT technology as it can relate to diagnosing a Workers' Compensation injury patient for implants, root canals, TMJ etc.
This course is designed to inform workers’ comp insurance adjusters and nurse case managers about commonly prescribed medications and how it effects the injured worker’s oral health. This course will include contributing factors specifically to the jaw bones, bleeding abnormalities, manifestations on gum tissue, tongue, some common treatments, and solutions.
This course has been created to increase the awareness of latest advances in treatment of facial wounds and dental trauma. The instructor will cover the background and history and incidence of facial injuries and dental trauma in healthcare, workers’ compensation, and industry. Participants of this course will receive information on existing resources to help them manage their cases. The instructor will also review current-lost time costs, while reviewing cost-containment strategies (RTW) with the use of latest advances in surgical treatment and prevention equipment.