Medical Professionals

Medical professionals in underserved areas can strengthen their practices. The North Dakota AHEC provides:

  • Continuing education opportunities
  • Resources
  • Connections to health professions students
  • Interprofessional collaboration
  • Healthcare employment opportunities — Contact us
  • Healthcare directory

For other North Dakota job openings, visit the North Dakota Job Service website.

Continuing Education

One of the ways the North Dakota AHEC pursues its mission is through the provision of quality continuing education (CE) programs, resources and technical assistance services to practicing health professionals and agencies in the state. The North Dakota AHEC can help identify, provide, and develop continuing education opportunities for health professionals through community based education and training. We are committed to helping access up-to-date, evidence-based information through professional meetings, conferences, webinars, and locally designed trainings.

North Dakota POLST Awareness, Education, and Implementation Sessions
Join a free Zoom session to enhance your awareness and education about POLST in North Dakota.


Dakota Conference on Rural and Public Health
The Dakota Conference provides an opportunity for over 300 healthcare professionals, educators, and students to share strategies for building and sustaining healthy communities in North Dakota. Eligible to receive continuing education hours.


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Free Continuing Education through the CDC
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) invites healthcare professionals to earn free continuing education (CME, CNE, or CEU) through Web-based, self-study courses on the diagnosis and treatment of chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS).


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Mental Health First Aid Training
Mental Health First Aid is a public education program that trains individuals in a community to identify, understand, and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders. The training is especially useful in rural communities where access to mental health services may be limited.

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