Online Training at Your Convenience
“I just wanted to express my gratitude for these webinars. It is so helpful to have a set time to focus on important issues. I really like the webinar format and the question and answer time. Thanks for all your hard work.”
NIFLA provides recorded webinars covering many topics of critical importance for pregnancy centers and medical clinics. The webinars offered are changing continually, so please check back regularly for updates.
Tips in Review
NIFLA’s Tips in Review is a monthly webinar for NIFLA members highlighting topics covered in the previous month’s Legal Tips and Clinic Tips. Presenters include NIFLA’s President, Thomas Glessner, JD, NIFLA’s Vice President of Legal Affairs, Anne O’Connor, JD, and NIFLA’s Ultrasound Medical Consultant, Audrey Stout, RN, RDMS. RNs who participate in the live broadcast or view the recorded webinar are eligible to receive one contact hour. NIFLA is an approved continuing education provider through the California Board of Registered Nursing.
Click here to access previously recorded Tips in Review.
RDMS Pulse Webinar on Demand
This training webinar is designed for credentialed RDMSs who want to serve in the pregnancy medical clinic setting. The webinar includes two training modules from NIFLA’s Institute in Limited Obstetric Ultrasound and is part of the Pulse RDMS program offered as a partnership between NIFLA and SoundView Imaging Partners.
Click here for more information or to register.
Sound Imaging Tips
Sound Imaging Tips are free training resources offered to NIFLA member pregnancy medical clinics to improve the sonographer’s skills. Dotsy Davis, RDMS, BSRT, and Audrey Stout, RN, RDMS, have a passion for students pursuing growth in knowledge, skills and ability. They desire to serve the women and their unborn babies with integrity, compassion and excellence for God’s glory. CEUs are available for RNs. As with the Tips in Review, the webinars are FREE to NIFLA members. However, there is an administrative fee to cover processing the CEUs.
Click here for more information or to access previously recorded Sound Imaging Tips.