I’m always on the lookout for affordable and convenient continuing education that is ASHA approved. Because of this, I’ve always had an online subscription for CEUs. I have most recently started using MedBridge.com – and it has exceeded my expectations of a continuing education site. The quality of videos and added features quickly made it my new favorite website for SLP courses!
These are the main features of MedBridge:
UNLIMITED ACCESS TO EVIDENCE-BASED COURSES
MedBridge offers hundreds of adult and pediatric SLP courses that are evidence-based. In addition to this, they offer compliance training. They offer annual subscriptions and are continually adding courses to their archive.
ENGAGING VIDEOS WITH LIVE GRAPHICS
What I love the most about their courses is that they are engaging! Instead of being a PowerPoint presentation – they have animations, patient demonstrations, and 3D models. And since I’m a note-taking person, I love that they include the notes to download with each video.
ASHA APPROVED & ASHA CEU REPORTING
Before starting a course, you can check how many hours you will receive for your state. A record is kept of your completed hours and you can request to have them reported for you!
Watch live webinars to earn “live event” CEUs from home and have the ability to ask questions in real time!
FREE MOBILE APP
Watch courses via the app anywhere, anytime! The app syncs to your other devices so you can pick-up where you left off.
PATIENT EDUCATION TOOLS
MedBridge has two annual subscriptions. The Premium Subscription includes a section of video-based exercises and techniques as well as video-based patient education. This is an awesome feature – e.g. you can show your patient what is happening when they are swallowing versus a normal swallow, or you can educate a parent on how their child should be requesting. The Premium Subscription contains customizable patient education handouts and a patient app so they can work on their exercises at home.
MedBridge has offered a huge discount to my readers! You can access it via this link! Scroll to the bottom to view their plans. Be sure to select Speech-Language Pathology, choose from the plans, and the code (FORS) is automatically applied!
Let me know if you have any questions below!
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