1. Welcome to ATHLETIC TRAINER 360!


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    Continuing education for Athletic Trainers. Anytime. Anywhere. Board of Certification approved.

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    • Think Different: Weight Management | Continuing Education 360


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      Eat less, move more. Is it enough? Discover new dimensions in weight management--volumetrics, bliss point foods, and other influences upon what and how much we eat.

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      • Welcome | Continuing Education 360


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        Continuing education for health professionals. Anytime. Anywhere.

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        • 5 Essential Skills for Facilitating Sustainable Weight Loss


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          CEU Self-Study Course Based on Coach Yourself Thin by Greg Hottinger, MPH, RD and Michael Scholtz, MA. Approved for credits by NSCA, AND, and ACE.

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          • Culture of Safety in the Operating Room


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            A Roundtable Discussion on the Lessons Learned from the OR, with: Martie Moore, RN, MAOM, CPHQ, Chief Nursing officer, Providence St. Vincent Medical Center Rick Waller, MD, Chief of Surgery (retired) Cyndi owens, RN, MA, CNOR, director of Surgical Services Nancy B. Church, RN, BSN, MT (ASCP), CIC, Manager, Infection Prevention and Control and Wound/ostomy departments

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            • CE @ Renewal


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              The Florida Department of Health, Division of Medical Quality Assurance (MQA), will now review your continuing education records in the electronic tracking system at the time of renewal. It will happen automatically when you renew your license and it is important that you understand this simple change.

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              • Terri Gordon | The New School for Public Engagement


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                Terri Gordon has been a faculty member at The New School for Public Engagement (http://www.newschool.edu/public-engagement) since 2002. She has also taught at Barnard College and Columbia University. She received her Ph.D. in Comparative Literature from Columbia University, where she specialized in modern French, German and British literature. She co-edited the WSQ (Women’s Studies Quarterly) Citizenship issue (Spring/Summer 2010) and has published on the cabaret, post-war film, and performance art in the Third Reich. Her translation of Jean Genet’s Elle was adapted for an off-Broadway production in the summer of 2002. Professor Gordon received the New School Distinguished University Teaching Award in 2003 and teaches interdisciplinary courses in the areas of ethics and literature, gender studies, and the aesthetics of the body. She is currently working on a book project on restorative justice in Chile, South Africa and Rwanda. “I want to make sure that everything that goes on in the class matters. My classes tend to be pretty dynamic and fun. I tend to create a pretty safe space to encourage students to talk, to talk to me, to talk to each other, to experiment with ideas; it’s almost an experimental space. But at the same time I try to push them to be rigorous. I think a typical undergraduate will tend to take contemporary courses that they recognize and in which the material seems sexy. So it’s nice to get them somehow exposed to older material, ancient texts, original philosophical texts, and watch their intellectual world expand.”

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                • Sean Jacobs | The New School for Public Engagement


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                  Sean Jacobs is an assistant professor in the International Affairs program in the Milano School of International Affairs, Management, and Urban Policy (http://www.newschool.edu/milano). Jacobs is a scholar of international media and politics. He is currently working on a book about mass media, globalization, and liberal democracy in postapartheid South Africa. Jacobs is a co-editor of Thabo Mbeki's World: The Politics and Ideology of the South African President (Zed Books, 2002) and two other books. He previously worked as a journalist and as a political analyst at the Institute for Democracy in Cape Town, South Africa. Jacobs founded the website Africa Is a Country. “I grew up in South Africa in the time of apartheid, which was a form of racial dictatorship bent on censorship, on preventing people from having information. So I care about information, and about people having access to it and understanding it and knowing how to use it, because the regime was intent not just on censorship but also on controlling the kind of messages people got. At the same time, I’m very mindful of the power of media and the way people interpret events happening far away, whether it's South Africa under apartheid or Tahrir Square today.” THE NEW SCHOOL FOR PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT | http://www.newschool.edu/public-engagement

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                  • Grand Opening of the New Salve Regina University Center for Adult Education


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                    Salve Regina has landed in Warwick, RI, and the grand opening ceremonies celebrated the hard work of the Salve Community that made the site a reality. Along with a focus on partnership and community building, the September 5, 2012 celebration kicked off the academic year at the new facility.

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                    • Couples Retreat at Ho'omana Spa - Large 1


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                      Romantic Get-away on Maui!

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