Overview

UNH Telehealth Certificate
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UNH Telehealth Certificate

The Telehealth Landscape (UNH Telehealth Certificate) introduces telehealth to healthcare professionals and represents the first in a series of telehealth trainings to be offered by UNH Telehealth Practice Center. The curriculum covers a range of topics with elective modules that can be selected by the learner based on their area(s) of interest. The course combines a variety of learning modalities including both synchronous and asynchronous components. This structure lends itself to busy individuals who prefer to complete the coursework at their own pace but also find value coming together with other professionals for a live discussion of the material. The course includes six modules, with each module estimated to take approximately four hours to complete.

UNH Telehealth Certificate at a Glance:

  • Foundational modules combined with learner selected elective modules
  • Customizable to individual interests and areas of focus
  • Asynchronous, self-paced course structure paired with live Zoom sessions
  • Input from the UNH interdisciplinary Telehealth Practice Center
  • Sneak peek into current research in the telehealth space

Audience:

The Telehealth Certificate is designed for healthcare professionals who are interested in or currently practicing telehealth and seek to expand their knowledge and utilization. This includes, but is not limited to:

  • Community health workers
  • Mental health counselors
  • Nurse practitioners
  • Nurses
  • Occupational therapists
  • Physician assistants
  • Physicians
  • Physical therapists
  • Psychologists
  • Registered dietitians
  • Social workers
  • Speech language pathologists

Certificate Requirements

By registering for The Telehealth Landscape, learners are automatically enrolled in the UNH Telehealth Certificate program.  In order to earn the Certificate, participants must complete four required core modules in addition to two elective modules.

Core Modules (All Required)

  1. Drivers of Telehealth
  2. Telehealth Etiquette
  3. Ethical Telehealth Practice
  4. Benefits, Challenges, and Opportunities

Elective Modules (Select Two)

Elective modules are subject to change

  • Billing and Reimbursement
  • Licensure
  • Telehealth Workflow
  • Interprofessional Collaboration
  • Special Populations
  • In the Space Between Visits
  • Current Telehealth Research
  • Telehealth Technology and Peripherals
  • Legal and Regulatory Issues
  • The Digital Divide

Continuing Education for Participation

This programs offers CME/CNE, Social Work CEUs and CPEUs for Nutrition. If you identify as another discipline, contact the UNH Telehealth Practice Center for more information.

 

 

This partner program is developed and taught by the staff at the UNH Telehealth Practice Center, an interdisciplinary center that connects education, research, and service across health-related disciplines, both within and beyond the University of New Hampshire.

For more information on group rates or custom training options, contact the UNH Telehealth Practice Center for more information.

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What You Will Learn

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By the end of the course, participants should be able to:

  • Outline important historical milestones and drivers of telehealth adoption.
  • List important considerations for the application of telehealth etiquette skills.
  • Apply ethical principles in the use of telehealth modalities.
  • Describe how telehealth may address social determinants of health and affect outcomes.
  • Summarize common barriers to the use of telehealth in their field of practice.

Instructor Bios

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  • Jennifer Chadbourne

    Jennifer Chadbourne

    Jen Chadbourne is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of New Hampshire and a faculty member of the UNH Telehealth Practice Center. She teaches a variety of courses on the topics of nutrition, food science, diabetes, and telehealth. Jen also works clinically as a Registered Dietitian and Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist. As part of a virtual care team, her clinical work focuses on the delivery of individualized diabetes care via telehealth and the integration of remote patient monitoring technology.

Jennifer Chadbourne
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