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Continuing Education Units

  • Continuing Education Units, or CEUs, are a nationally recognized standard for documenting the successful completion of non-credit programs and courses intended to improve the knowledge and skills of working adults.

  • Our CEUs range in units of 3-7, with events providing 5-35 CEUs. No more 1-unit CEUs. 

  • When you become a valued member, you will have access to all of NMAA CEU offerings for three years at no additional cost.

  • Thats right! We will not nickel and dime you or waste your time. 


Explore our Units

Medication Error

5 units

Medication error in healthcare is a preventable event in the public health field, occurring due to various factors. There is an estimated error rate ranging between 5% and 20% depending on the healthcare facility. In this course, you will learn about the cause of medication error and how to prevent medication error in healthcare.

Palliative Care

5 units

Palliative care provides healthcare professionals with ongoing training and knowledge updates in the field of palliative care. This education typically covers various aspects of end-of-life care, including pain management, symptom control, emotional support for patients and families, ethical considerations, and communication skills.

Infectious Disease and Patient Care

7 units

Infectious disease and patient care plays a critical role in enhancing patient outcomes. In this course, you will learn different infectious diseases around the world, understand the impact infectious diseases have on physicians and how urbanization will affect public health in the future.

Chronic Disease Management

7 units

Chronic Disease Management plays a critical role in enhancing patient outcomes and mitigating public health challenges. In this course, you will gain insights into the significance of managing chronic diseases effectively, and learn the essentials of devising a robust Chronic Disease Management plan

Health Impact Assessment

5 units

Health Impact Assessment (HIA) is a systematic process that evaluates the potential health effects of policies, programs, projects, or plans on a community. HIA helps decision-makers understand the potential health consequences of their actions and make informed choices that promote the well-being of communities.

Implicit Bias in a Clinic Setting

7 units

Implicit bias is present in everyday life and can be translated to how patients are treated on a daily basis. It can potentially lead to mistreatment, causing different medical errors. This course aims to help you identify implicit bias in a clinic setting and provide strategies to prevent such bias, promoting equitable healthcare for all patients.

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