Welcome to University of Arizona Continuing Professional Education
University of Arizona Continuing Professional Education provides professional development for staff nurses, advanced practice nurses, and nurse leaders. A variety of program formats are offered, from one-hour grand rounds to self-paced online learning, to accommodate your schedule and meet your professional goals.
The University of Arizona Continuing Professional Education is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Western Multi-State Division, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
News & Announcements
Upcoming webinars support NEC-Zero. NEC-Zero is an intervention that is delivered in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit to prevent and improve early recognition of necrotizing enterocolitis, known as NEC. Upcoming webinars include Fragile Infants: Evidence-Based Resources to Help Parents and Providers on March 29th, and NEC-Zero Evidence-Based Resources to Prevent Complications in Fragile Infants on April 23rd. Learn more!
UACNE is now UACPE! In order to better reflect the scope of our programs and commitment to interprofessional education, we've changed our name to University of Arizona Continuing Professional Education.
The Integrated Care Coordination Certificate Program is self-paced program designed to provide interprofessional education/training for any individual designated as a care coordinator in community-based integrated primary care. Courses in this program are also appropriate for lay caregivers and patients who want to improve their understanding of the healthcare system and specific chronic conditions. Learn more!
Professional Care Coordination for 21st Century Healthcare Systems is an asynchronous certificate program that prepares licensed healthcare professionals to positively support patient care needs. Learn more.