Live Webinars

Why Ethics Matter: The Practical Aspects of the Code of Ethics for Nurses

This FREE 90 minute, on-demand webinar will use a case-based analysis using an ethical decision-making framework that focuses on four critical areas: Moral awareness, moral motivation, moral judgement, and moral action. Real-world cases will provide action-oriented approaches for ensuring you are:

  • Caring for all individuals and respecting human dignity
  • Protecting patient health and safety by challenging questionable practices
  • Promoting social justice and identifying racism in the profession
  • Supporting an ethical environment and a culture of excellence
  • Respecting your duty to self, versus the duty to others, when there is a considerable environmental risk

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Psychosis 101 Training

This free virtual offering is provided by UMSL|MIMH and available on 4 dates.

  • 10am – 11:30am CST on 8/8/23, 11/14/23, 2/13/24 and 5/14/24
    CEUs are available
  • Registration Brochure

We continue to offer live and interactive webinars. We now have more trainings available on a variety of topics in our National Training Program. To see training descriptions and registration links, click HERE.
Topics in our national offerings include but are not limited to:

  • Adverse Childhood Experiences
  • An into to ASAM Criteria
  • Clinical Topics in Behavioral Health
  • Co-Occurring Substance Use and Mental Health Disorders
  • DSM5
  • Motivational Interviewing Part 1 and 2
  • Social Determinants of Health and Mental Health
  • Substance Related and Addictive Disorders
  • Suicide Risk – A Clinical Perspective
  • Trauma Informed Care Across the Lifespan

Centene Foster Care focused trainings


Missouri Coordinated School Health Conference: Building Bridges for Healthy Schools and Communities

  • February 21-23, 2024
  • The Lodge of Four Seasons (Lake Ozark, MO)
  • Registration

Missouri Coordinated School Health Coalition would like to welcome you to the 31st Annual Conference, where we anticipate over 200 participants, ranging in backgrounds from health teachers, school nurses, wellness coordinators, food service staff and public health partners to counselors, social workers, school psychologists, physical educators and school administrators. Join MCSHC and showcase your organization all while networking with the people working tirelessly behind the scenes to make Missouri schools healthier!

Behavioral Risk Assessment Summit
This free virtual offering is provided by UMSL|MIMH and available on 4 dates.

  • March 6-7, 2024 | 8 am - 5 pm
  • Stoney Creek Hotel, Columbia, MO
  • $99 per attendee | Materials and lunch included

Missouri School Boards' Association's Center for Education Safety (CES) will host a two-day summit for K-12 school threat management. Speakers include Lina Alathari, Dewey Cornell, Peter Langman, John Nicoletti, Melissa Reeves, and other experts in the field. This is an excellent opportunity for individuals and teams to learn from several of the world's leading experts in school safety

If a school team has yet to receive basic training, a FREE pre-conference training day will be available on March 5. Log into the MSBA Portal and register for that session only here, or select 'CES: Behavioral Risk Assessment Team Training - Registration $0' from the the Events drop down menu.

Missouri Association of School Nurses Annual Spring Conference 2024: Giving Students the Best of Us
  • April 13-14, 2024
  • Crown Plaza, St. Louis Airport (St. Louis, MO)
  • Registration

The Missouri Association of School nurses invites you to join us for two days of fostering and supporting learning, dialogue, and collaboration that will improve your school nursing practice. Attendees will receive 7.5 contact hours, hear from 18+ experts on content pertaining to student health, and expand your professional network by bonding with over 150 of your school nurse colleagues.

Missouri Immunization Conference 2024: Building Immunity in Missouri Communities

  • April 25-26, 2024
  • Holiday Inn Executive Center (Columbia, MO)
  • Registration

The Missouri Immunization Conference brings together bright minds to give talks that are action-oriented on a wide range of subjects related to immunizations to foster learning and inspiration, as well as provoke conversations that matter and actions that lead to increased vaccination rates for Missourians. We aim to empower the public health workforce by offering a stage for stakeholders to share innovative ideas, equitable solutions, and their personal experiences promoting immunizations.

Continuing Education & Trainings