Ready to Leverage Telehealth in Clinical Practice?
Telehealth is rapidly growing, reaching a new level as an effective tool for health care delivery. With this in mind, the University of Cincinnati College of Nursing is now offering two courses for nurses interested in experiencing the extensive ways in which telehealth is utilized to provide clinical care.
Telehealth Innovation and Delivery Models
This course (NURS 7043), offered in the fall, covers a variety of telehealth devices and models of delivery in different health care settings. It examines a variety of telehealth devices and different care delivery models, as well as strategic and operational components to consider when establishing a telehealth delivery system.
Clinical Application in Telehealth
This course (NURS 7044), offered in the spring, examines clinical components that need to be included in telehealth clinical programs. It covers information about clinical considerations when delivering telehealth to various populations across different settings and how each component applies to the telehealth services students are engaged in or willing to develop.
To request to enroll in NURS 7043 or NURS 7044 as a non-matriculated student, fill out and submit the following form. Please allow three to five business days for a response to your request. If needed, to follow up on a request after five business days, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: You must have a UCID (M##-##-####) to enroll in classes. If you are not currently enrolled in a UC academic program, please complete and submit the required documents prior to submitting this form.
For more information or questions about the courses, contact Debi Sampsel at email@example.com.