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The educational programs featured below highlight how the ArcheViewer is being utilized by a variety of healthcare organizations to power online education and training programs for Primary Care Physicians and Nurses.
UNTHSC’s Patient Safety Curriculum
To respond to the daunting Patient Safety national challenge, UNTHSC has established the Institute for Patient Safety dedicated to improving the quality and safety of health care in the region and throughout the nation. This initial five-part, ArcheViewer-powered curriculum has been designed in support of these patient safety efforts. Learner engagement within these activities, as measured by the Learner Engagement score is nearly 50% higher than historical benchmarks!
The SHINE Clinical Trial Protocol Curriculum
This five-part, ArcheViewer-powered series is intended for front line nursing staff charged with implementing the clinical protocols within the Stroke Hyperglycemia Insulin Network Effort (SHINE) Trial. The SHINE Trial is a multicenter, randomized, controlled clinical trial of 1400 patients that will include approximately 60 enrolling sites. The study hypotheses are that treatment of hyperglycemic acute ischemic stroke patients with targeted glucose concentration (80mg/dL – 130 mg/dL) will be safe and result in improved 3-month outcome after stroke. Since its launch nearly 95% of learners that have begun these activities have completed them!
Preparing Pediatricians to Screen, Test, and Treat Children with Zika
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) collaborated with ArcheMedX to launch the Academy’s first online education program to prepare healthcare providers for the Zika virus. With Zika confirmed and spreading in the United States, it’s critical for pediatricians to have access to the most up-to-date information on screening, testing, and caring for children who have been infected. The AAP’s Zika educational program is being delivered within the ArcheViewer to provide clinicians a more efficient way to review and absorb key information on the Zika virus and to provide real-time feedback to AAP regarding each learner’s experience in practice screening, testing, and caring for pediatric patients. Interspersed throughout the education are critical references (factsheets, guidelines, patient tools, etc), which can be viewed within the ArcheViewer and downloaded immediately by each learner.
Enabling Team-Based Care for 12,000 PCMH Practices
The “Strategies for Success as a PCMH” Program was created to meet the needs of 12,000 recognized PCMH practices across the country and provides a blended learning experience that promotes team-based care. Designed by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) and its collaborating partners, Med-IQ and ArcheMedX, to bring the entire practice together to learn collaboratively, each PCMH practice is invited to participate in a team-based, online learning experience powered by ArcheTeam and the ArcheViewer. This innovative program blends the key elements of ‘small, group-based learning’ into an online learning experience that provides the entire care team access to video-based activities, free CME/CE credits, patient education and care team tools, faculty notes, and clinical guidelines. Use invitation code ‘PursuePCMH’ to create your account today!View Details
Enabling Pediatricians to Prevent and Control Influenza
Once again the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has collaborated with ArcheMedX to provide key information about the 2016-2017 flu season to healthcare providers. This four part series reviews this year’s recommendations regarding the prevention and treatment of influenza and provides details about the influenza season focusing on the importance of vaccination for health care personnel, issues related to egg allergy and influenza vaccination, and the rapid influenza diagnostic testing (RIDTs). Interspersed throughout the education are critical references (factsheets, guidelines, patient tools, etc), which can be viewed within the ArcheViewer and downloaded immediately by each learner. Log-in or register on Pedialink to explore this program!
This initiative explores a variety of unique cases of hyponatremia in hospitalized patients including; patients with heart failure, SIADH, and Cirrhosis. In a fourth lesson, the distinguished faculty, Drs. Hauptman, Janicic and Zacks, each discuss hyponatremia in reference to their patients. To drive learning and retention participants will be engaged throughout the interactive cases on issues relating to diagnosis, treatment, and potential complications using the novel educational architecture powered by ArcheMedX.
Managing Major Depressive Disorder
This innovative, 10-part web based curriculum, offers physicians and patient centered medical home teams an entirely new way to connect learning to practice by diving deeper into the “Treatment of Major Depressive Disorder” through an interactive, self-directed learning experience powered by the ArcheViewer that contains a blend of video-based lectures, interactive self-assessments, and patient-centered case studies.View Details
Journey to the Center of CE (ANCC)
This video series has been designed to provide those in the CE profession with a valuable resource set exploring a variety of learning theories and related fields of science that could and should impact the educational interventions that we plan. It consists of 10 video-based lessons that utilize in-lesson polling to assess learner competency, synchronize Educator Notes to drive retention, and provide more than 90 connected resources that learners can view online, add to their notes, and download for further reflection. This series is also being used as the ‘flipped’ portion of the Journey to the Center of CE session at the 2014 ANCC Annual Symposium on Continuing Nursing Education.View Details
This CME program addresses educational needs related to Overactive Bladder and focuses on recent science, emerging clinical trial data, and best practices when creating individualized treatment plans. The program involves an enduring, learner-driven, interactive web series powered by ArcheMedX that provides optimum participant retention of knowledge and enables educators to “nudge” learners in real-time.
Journey to the Center of CE (ACEHP)
This video series has been designed to provide those in the CE profession with a valuable resource set exploring a variety of learning theories and related fields of science that could and should impact the educational interventions that we plan. It consists of 14 video based lessons that utilize in-lesson polling to assess learner competency, synchronized