Continuing Professional Development

Continuing professional development (CPD) involves maintaining and enhancing the knowledge, skills and experience related to professional activities following completion of formal training. Continuing professional development should be a lifelong, systematic and planned process to maintain and develop professional competence, creativity and innovation. CPD programs are designed to meet the education and training needs of health providers in the allied health, dental health, medicine, mental health, nursing, pharmacy, public health, and emerging health professions.

Upcoming Events

Date(s) Discipline Title
Jan 13 - Mar 10, 2021 Nursing 2021 Telehealth Nursing Quarterly Series
Jan 20, 2021 Public Health Introduction to Human Trafficking
Jan 22, 2021 Mental Health Compassion Fatigue: How to Promote a Culture of Wellness (ReCAST Mecklenburg)
Jan 23, 2021 Health Careers ACT Prep: Gain the Competitive Edge and Score Higher Results!
Jan 26, 2021 Public Health Regional Response Teams: Creating and Sustaining Community Collaboration
Jan 27, 2021 Mental Health Implicit Bias in Mental Health
Jan 27, 2021 Quality Initiatives Data Proof: Understanding and Reflecting on Healthcare Data with a Health Equity Lens
Jan 28, 2021 Mental Health ReCAST Toolbox: Resilience Tools Today
Jan 28, 2021 Public Health Identifying Trafficked Patients and Providing Trauma-Informed Care: A Guide for Health Care Professionals and First Responders
Feb 3, 2021 Mental Health Implications of COVID-19 for Crisis Intervention and Suicide