Episode 15: 2020 Pharmacy Technician of the Year

In this episode, Jeremy and Jessica talk with Paul Sabatini, M.Ed, CPhT, FCSHP.  Paul has worked in the pharmacy profession for 30 years.  Most recently, he was recognized by the California Pharmacists Association (CPhA) and NHA as the recipient of the 2020 Pharmacy Technician of the Year Award.

  • April 6, 2021 |
  • National Healthcareer Association

Episode 14: COVID-19 Vaccination Curriculum

In this episode of OnScript, Jeremy and Jessica have Jim Palatine, RPH, MBA, President of Pharmacy Times Continuing Education™ (PTce), as a guest to discuss continuing education and advanced training offerings for pharmacy technicians and what they have on the horizon for 2021. 

  • March 22, 2021 |
  • National Healthcareer Association

Increasing Resiliency: The Role of Self-Care

A year ago, no one would have ever believed that 2020 would have turned out to be one of the most devastating years on record. Amidst the most destructive hurricane season ever, ravaging wildfires and a world-wide pandemic, frontline workers – first responders and healthcare professionals - have been the most heavily impacted by the environment and its vices over the past 12 months. Appropriately, the topic of self-care for healthcare workers has grown in popularity, but unfortunately, many healthcare workers find themselves with barely enough time to breathe, much less breathe deeply.

  • January 15, 2021 |
  • Jessica Langley

Engaged + Informed: Keeping Students in it for the Long Run

In today’s world, many educators find themselves staring into the face of a computer screen rather than into the faces of their students. Determining whether your students are indeed present in class has become much more complicated as eye contact and body language can no longer serve as clues to a student’s level of attention, much less student’s engagement.  

  • November 24, 2020 |
  • Erin Venable

Building Communication Skills Through Virtual Simulation

Join us for a free webinar to hear from an educator who relied on NHA’s virtual simulation product solutions as programs moved on-line. See a demo of PersonAbility™  and Principles of Health Coaching™ along with implementation tools. We have the resources in this unpredictable time that can help flex your plan, whether your programs are on-line, in the classroom or a combination.

  • August 5, 2020 |
  • Meg Sutton

Clinical Skills for Medical Assistants and Creative Options for Externships

  • June 30, 2020 |
  • National Healthcareer Association

The CARES Act: What It Means for the Allied Health Education Industry

If you’re an allied health educator concerned about the impact of COVID-19 on higher education, you’re not the only one.

According to a survey by the Strada Education Network, a majority of employees in the education industry believe that the pandemic will affect them personally for six months or more. Higher education has been hit hard by COVID-19, including allied health education. Postsecondary educators and students are worried, and many allied health educators are concerned that over 350,000 fewer students renewing their FAFSA for the 2020-21 cycle points to trouble ahead.

  • May 20, 2020 |
  • National Healthcareer Association

Pharmacy Technician Readiness Resources for Administrators

In this webinar, we provide administrators a brief overview of the NHA suite of pharmacy technician product solutions.

  • May 13, 2020 |
  • National Healthcareer Association

The New Normal Playbook: The Changing Landscape of Health Systems in Response to COVID-19

Healthcare today is far different than it was at the start of 2020 due to COVID-19. During this webinar, which is now available on-demand, you will learn about how the healthcare system has adapted in the midst of this pandemic. 

  • May 13, 2020 |
  • Michelle Heller

Mindfulness and Meditation: Tools to Help Stressed-Out Allied Health Students

Struggling to Help Stressed Allied Health Students Succeed Academically? Make Time for Mental Health.

The 2020 Spring semester has been a time of unprecedented stress for allied health professionals, students, and instructors. An April 2020 survey conducted by Inside Higher Ed in partnership with Hanover Research demonstrated that about 91% of leaders in higher education are worried about the mental and physical health of their students.

  • May 5, 2020 |
  • National Healthcareer Association

How to Help Allied Health Learners Cope With COVID-19 Stress

Many allied health students are adjusting to remote learning environments as America works to slow the spread of the coronavirus. They are also preparing to enter a field of work that is highly respected, highly needed, and suddenly more dangerous. It's a lot to process, and addressing these students' mental health needs is urgent.

  • April 20, 2020 |
  • National Healthcareer Association




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