Programs and Certificates

Certificate Programs

In addition to individual courses, UACPE offers programs and certificates.  Courses, programs, and certificates are all eligible for continuing nursing education contact hours.

  • Programs are bundled courses that offer the best of our core curriculum in "bite-size" chunks of 2 to 4 courses. Designed around skill-based competencies, programs can be tailored to meet the specific learning needs of an organization. Contact us to learn more.

Advanced Communications to Support Behavior Change

Description: This program orients the learner to introductory motivational interviewing skills and the coaching process. It is currently available as an academic contract package. (2 Courses, 12 Contact Hours)

Cancer Navigation for Community Health Workers

Description: This program prepares the community health worker to assume the role of cancer navigator, providing foundational knowledge and skills necessary to support patients diagnosed with cancer. Select topics in this program include: patient navigation, basic cancer science, cancer treatment, palliative care, health literacy, and interprofessional communication. (1 course, 10 Contact Hours) 

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Integrated Care Coordination Certificate Program

The Integrated Care Coordination Certificate Program is a 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. (10 courses, 44 contact hours)

Integrative Nursing Fellowship

Description: The Integrative Nursing Fellowship (INF) is a first-of-its-kind program designed to prepare nursing faculty and educators to transform nursing practice using the science, theory and practice of integrative nursing. (4 courses, 2 residential intensives, 124 contact hours)

Professional Care Coordination for 21st Century Healthcare Systems

Description: This evidence-informed certificate program prepares healthcare professionals to positively support patient care needs within a 21st century healthcare system. This program is self-paced and asynchronous. Courses include reading on-screen text, interpreting graphics, interacting with media, exploring websites, and reading articles. Upon completion, participants will be prepared to sit for the AAACN Care Coordination and Transition Management Certification Exam. This program is recommended for licensed registered nurses and other healthcare professionals. (12 courses, 84 contact hours)