Husson University’s Institute for Continuing Health Education Announces Saturday Skills Program

Date of Release: August 6, 2012

Husson University’s Institute for Continuing Health Education (HI-CHEP) is pleased to announce the Saturday Skills Program. The first session will be entitled “Chest Pain: Advanced Assessment and Management Skills” and will be held September 15th from 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Richard E. Dyke Center for Family Business, 1 College Circle, Bangor, Maine.

HI-CHEP invites Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants, Pharmacists, Registered Nurses, EMTs, and Emergency Department staff working with patients whose primary reason for seeking healthcare involves chest pain. The speakers include Chrystal Adams, MSN, FNP-BC, John Raymond, MS, PA-C, MHP, and Daniel Moellentin, PharmD, BCPS.

The goal of the Saturday Skills Program is to expand and enhance knowledge, skills and competencies of the healthcare professional regarding the systematic evaluation of physical assessment with an emphasis on interpretation of identified findings, both normal and abnormal. Participants will practice assessment skills in each session of the workshop.

The fee for the conference is $75 per individual participant. A group rate of $60 per participant is available for organizations sending three or more. The registration fee includes materials, light refreshments, and a certificate of attendance.

A registration form is available at For more information about the conference, please contact Alanna Stetson, MSN, RN-BC, Director, Husson Institute of Continuing Health Education Programming at or 207-992-1973.

Husson University has established the Husson Institute for Continuing Health Education Programming to positively impact the health and wellness of Maine's citizens by providing continuing education to the health care providers of the state through a continuum of pre-professional to post-professional programming.

For more information regarding this release, please contact Amanda Kitchen at 207-992-4925 or via cell at 207-649-4647.

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