eLearning

The University of Colorado Department of Family Medicine e-Learning Courses for Primary Care Teams offers a variety of eLearning opportunities for you, your practice clinicians and staff, residents, or healthcare organization.  Our eLearning modules integrate the latest evidence and research and the content is presented in an engaging manner, utilizing videos, slide presentations, literature reviews, and practice activities.

Below you will find a description of each set of modules and a link for access.  Please note that all of our eLearning modules require approved login information.  If you are not in one of the groups described for each set of modules and would like information on pricing and licensing information, please contact: Bonnie.Jortberg@ucdenver.edu.

 

EvidenceNow Southwest (ENSW) Modules:  these modules were developed as part of a grant funded by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) with the goal to integrate the latest information and evidence on cardiovascular disease and patient engagement.  Access to these modules is limited to practices in Colorado and New Mexico participating in the ENSW project.

http://ensw.pcmhelearning.com

State Innovation Model (SIM) Modules:  the goal of these modules is to support the objectives of SIM to integrate mental and behavioral health into primary care.  Access to these modules is limited to practices in Colorado participating in the SIM project.

http://sim.pcmhelearning.com

PCMH eLearning Modules:  The objective of the Patient-Centered Medical Home eLearning Modules is to deliver a comprehensive and centralized learning environment for residents and faculty for the key tenets of the PCMH.  These modules were developed through funding from The Colorado Health Foundation.  There are 12 modules for the learner to complete and are approved for 12.0 AAFP Prescribed credits.  Access is available for Colorado family medicine residency programs and residency programs with licensing agreements.   Additionally, these modules are available through the American Board of Family Medicine for their Diplomates and for family medicine residents in the U.S.

PCMH modules are accessed within the ENSW, SIM and HIT eLearning sites.

Health Information Technology (HIT) Modules:  the goal of these modules is to provide comprehensive and practical information about health information technology that can be applied to primary care practices.  These modules were developed through a grant from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.  There are 4 modules for the learner to complete and are approved for 4.0 AAFP Prescribed credits.  Access is available for primary care practices in Colorado and New Mexico.

http://hit.pcmhelearning.com