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Fundamentals of Telehealth

Module Overview 

In this module, participants are introduced to fundamental information necessary to support successful telehealth practice across disciplines. Key content includes the history of telehealth, telehealth terminology, the digital divide and ethical considerations.  

Learning Objectives 

  1. Summarize important historical milestones in telehealth including major drivers of telehealth use. 

  2. Describe the four telehealth modalities and appropriate applications in the delivery of care. 

  3. Discuss three key ethical considerations related to the use of telehealth.


  • Self-study window: March 1, 2024 - April 30, 2024

Contact Hours: 5  

* Continuing education credit will be available for completion of this module.

Price: $150 

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Instructor Bios


Fundamentals of Telehealth

  • Jennifer Chadbourne

    Jennifer Chadbourne

    Jen Chadbourne is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of New Hampshire (UNH) and the Director of Telehealth Curriculum for the UNH Center for Digital Health Innovation (formerly the Telehealth Practice Center). She teaches a variety of courses on the topics of nutrition, food science, diabetes, and telehealth. Jen worked clinically as a Registered Dietitian and Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist. As part of an interdisciplinary virtual care team, her clinical work focused on the delivery of individualized diabetes care via telehealth and the integration of remote patient monitoring technology.

  • Marguerite Corvini

    Dr. Corvini is Director of the UNH Center for Digital Health Innovation (formerly the Telehealth Practice Center). She has a focus on building digital education programming for students and professionals in the field with an emphasis on bridging the digital health divide. Dr. Corvini engages in interprofessional work with colleagues at UNH and within the community to make technology more accessible in rural areas through various grant, research, and project opportunities. Dr. Corvini also teaches as an adjunct professor in the Social Work Department. She was a staff member of the UNH Center on Aging and Community Living and the Institute for Health Policy and Practice for over a decade, and has a background in long term care and aging from a person-centered approach. She has extensive experience in project management, implementation, facilitation, and research. She continues to be on the planning team for the annual UNH Age of Champions Health & Wellness event. Dr. Corvini is also a social worker by training and formerly practiced dialectical behavior therapy at a telemental health agency.

Jennifer Chadbourne
Marguerite Corvini
150.00 PDT-Workshop
USNH Tuition Benefit Discount
PDT - 10% Alumni Discount
UNH Extension Discount
REEO Discount
Partners Discount
New to NH Discount