Education Services

Helping Hands-On Health Care Professionals
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Dr. Armstrong is teaching at ElderCollege at the North Island College on Nov. 24 2017:
CVEC-6392 Human Anatomy:
The Stuff We're Made Of

A comprehensive look at cells, tissues and structures of our amazing bodies from start to finish.
While this course is now full, check back for future educational opportunities!

Clinical Record Keeping: A Hands-On Approach

There are two versions of the course: In–Person and Online.

A brief overview of both of the courses can be found on this page. To find indepth course descriptions go to In–Person for the In–Person Course and Online for the Online Course.

The purpose of these courses are to give hands–on healthcare practitioners a deeper understanding of clinical record keeping — and the tools to do it right.

Use our easy online REGISTRATION to start your courses.


Overview Of Courses

The In–Person course is a 6 hour comprehensive look at why and how to keep clinical records which enhance both safety and opportunities for patients and practitioners.
The In–Person course is accredited for 6 PE Continuing Education Credits for Massage Therapists in BC – Cycle 11
Check out our next available in–person course dates

The Online course encompasses the same focus and consists of 12 chapters to be completed at the learner's own pace.
The instructional material is supplemented with practical exercises and links to online resources. At the end there is a comprehensive mail–in test. A successful score (75%) will earn a certificate of completion and applicable Continuing Education Credits. One rewrite is permitted.

Whether we use standard or customized forms (be they paper or electronic), it matters how they are formatted and it matters that we develop consistent habits for using them.

Within the context of each of the half dozen forms found in a patient's file, each version of the course material emphasizes the four goals of record keeping.