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Spring 2019 Nursing Certificate of Completion Courses

Registration is closed for Spring 2019.

 

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Nursing Informatics Certificate of Completion

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NH-717-DL - Health Informatics Policy & Governance
Prerequisites: None.  The informatics policy class focuses on the current policy around healthcare delivery and use of health information technology. Topics include meaningful use, healthcare reform, payment reform, patient-centered outcomes research (PCORI), the changing role of the patient, and technology transformation. Public health policy will be discussed as it relates to registries, patient databases, epidemiology and bio-surveillance. A history of health information technology, informatics, and governance of large-scale technology projects will also be covered.

Faculty: Dr. John Roberts
Credits: 3
Offered: Online
Dates: 1/14/19 - 4/27/19

 


Mind Body Health and Healing Certificate of Completion

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NH-705-DL - Mindfulness for Healthcare Providers
Prerequisites: None. Pass/Fail option available. The use of mindfulness-based interventions in healthcare is expanding rapidly, as is the empirical evidence base supporting the benefits of mindfulness for both patients and healthcare providers.  This interprofessional course provides students with a strong foundation in the history, theory, science, practice, and clinical application of mindfulness with patient/client populations across the lifespan and in various contexts. Students will actively engage in experiencing and exploring the core mindfulness practices for both professional and personal development.

Faculty: Dr. Janice Goodman & Prof. Bonnie Halvorson- Bourgeois
Credits: 3
Offered: Online
Dates: 1/14/19 - 4/27/19

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NH-760-DL- Integrative Intervention in Mb Health & Healing
Prerequisite: None. This interprofessional course analyzes the theoretical rationale, evidence base, and clinical application of integrative health interventions that promote mind body health and healing. Integrative health assessment, treatment planning, and facilitating behavior change are presented. Integrative interventions focus on health promotion and treatment of the whole person, and apply to patient/client populations across the lifespan
and in a variety of settings. Interventions will be described, critically evaluated in regard to research evidence, and experientially explored

Faculty: Dr. Amanda B. Coakley
Credits: 3
Offered: Online
Dates: 1/14/19 - 4/27/19

 


Global Health Equity and Innovation Certificate of Completion

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NH-826-DL - Health of Vulnerable Populations: Immigrants, Refugees & Native Americans
Prerequisites: None.  Pass/Fail option available. Immigrants, refugees, and Native Americans bring unique experiences with profound implications for their health care experience. To provide optimal care, providers must be sensitive and knowledgeable of expectations and practices unique to these populations. This course explores cultural and health care patterns and practices as well as previous experiences relevant to immigrants, refugees, and Native Americans. The course will also discuss available resources, as well as potential challenges confronted by those providing health care.

Faculty: Dr. Clara Gona
Credits: 3
Offered: Online
Dates: 1/14/19 - 4/27/19

 


Nurse Educator Certificate of Completion

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NE-713-DL - Foundations of Educational Effectiveness
Prerequisites: HP-712. This course focuses on application of core concepts related to educational effectiveness. Various assessment strategies are reviewed and students gain skills related to appropriate selection of assessment methods based on instructional context, modality, objectives, and hidden curriculum considerations. They explore how literature can inform assessment choices and how various assessment techniques can be applied to their own teaching projects. Specific topics include individual assessment within group projects, insights from cognitive science, cultural considerations, and self-assessment.

Faculty: Prof. Tianna Tagami
Credits: 3
Offered: Online
Dates: 1/14/19 - 4/27/19

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Non-Degree Student Contact Information

Laura Stengle
Assistant Registrar
for Non-Degree Programs,
New Student Liaison

Office of Enrollment Services
Building 34, Room 104
Phone: (617) 643-2126
Fax: (617) 724-3849
ihpnondegree@mghihp.edu

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