Our Women’s Health Provider Education Initiative is for healthcare professionals including nurses, nurse practitioners, physicians, physician assistants, and students.
Bright Pink is a national non-profit on a mission to save lives from breast and ovarian cancer by empowering women to know their risk and manage their risk proactively. Our Women’s Health Provider Education Initiative provides you with actionable information you can implement in your practice to improve patient outcomes.
We created two free CME/CE-accredited courses with you and your patients in mind. Our courses serve a variety of healthcare professionals, including nurses, nurse practitioners, physicians, physician assistants, and students. They are compatible with CE/CEU requirements for nursing continuing education as well as CME requirements for MD and DO practitioners.
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About the Instructor
Deborah Lindner, MD
Dr. Deborah Lindner is a board certified Obstetrician Gynecologist and Bright Pink’s Chief Medical Officer. As the longest standing member of the team, she has spent the last 11 years developing content, honing strategy, engaging experts in the field, and keeping our products evidence based and scientifically accurate. She is passionate about making complex medical information easy to understand and approachable.
Course 1: Risk Stratification
.5 CME credits or .5 CE/CEU credits
Our Risk Stratification course educates you on how to appropriately identify a patient’s risk of breast and ovarian cancer and understand the tools to aid in risk stratification. The course utilizes case-based learning to help you implement these strategies into your everyday practice.
- Understand cancer stats for diverse populations of women
- Learn important indicators of Average, Increased, and High risk patients
- Use USPSTF-approved tools to quickly identify patients’ risks
This course is compatible with CE/CEU requirements for nursing continuing education as well as CME requirements for MD and DO practitioners. Risk Stratification can also be taken for General Education. You can select the type of credit you wish to receive during the registration process.
Course 2: Risk Management
.5 CME credits & .5 CE /CEU credits
Once you know how to stratify an individual patient’s level of risk our Risk Management course will prepare you to create a personalized prevention and management plan specific to your patient’s risk. The course will equip you to engage in shared decision-making with your female patients so they can be proactive advocates for their health.
- Understand recommended actions for women at each risk level
- Develop shared decision-making action plans, considering relevant barriers
- Identify risk and apply preventive knowledge in interactive case scenarios
This course is compatible with CE/CEU requirements for nursing continuing education as well as CME requirements for MD and DO practitioners. Risk Management can also be taken for General Education. You can select the type of credit you wish to receive during the registration process.
Read Testimonials from Actual Course Participants
Read how Bright Pink’s free online CME/CE-accredited courses are helping healthcare professionals, including nurses, nurse practitioners, physicians, physician assistants, and students improve patient outcomes.
"Wonderful course. Short, sweet, to the point with extremely valuable information that I will implement to better care for my patients."
"Thank you for this interactive program! I have been a nurse for almost 10 years and it clarified some misunderstandings I had about risk categories!"
"I learned a lot about the genetic counseling and testing process. Very helpful as a student going into practice next year!"
"It was a great course for RNs."
"Easy, quick, informative way to learn more about breast cancer and ovarian cancer risk"
"This is a great way to learn more about how to teach your patients to be aware of family history and their risk factors for breast and ovarian cancers."
"I am a Nurse Practitioner in a High Risk breast clinic in a rural setting. I found this course extremely helpful in ensuring I care for my patients using evidence based practice. Thank you"
"Concise, to the point, and easy to refer to for use in practice."
"This information was very helpful and will impact how I treat my patients and have conversations about breast and ovarian cancer when I practice in the future."
"This was helpful in knowing how to educate many patient misconceptions. It also was a good reminder that many of the underserved populations need other outside resources in order to achieve maximum preventive and protective goals for these types of cancer. Small but effective changes can make a huge difference in their lives."
"The case studies helped me connect dry flow charts of how to treat/manage to a real life situation which I think will help me commit this to memory."
"Thank you for providing this informational and relevant education credit for free!"
"Great teaching tool for FNP students! Feel more prepared to discuss genetic testing and risk stratification with patients in my future practice and at clinicals."
"This will help me educate my future patients, thank you for the course!"
"This tool should be incorporated into medical school education."
"I have assigned this course to students who are taking the course I teach. Excellent resource. Thank you!"