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Live Learning Sessions will be held on Wednesdays from 11 am-noon Mountain Time (10-11 am PT/12-1 pm CT/1-2 pm ET)
This training is full - enter code PNTC2022 to be added to the waitlist at no cost to you.
Topics in this comprehensive “Level 1” training include patient navigation history and role, patient communication, health promotion and professional conduct. Don‘t miss this opportunity to network with other navigation professionals!
This 8-week virtual course includes both online coursework (reading, quizzes, assignments) as well as Live Learning Sessions via Zoom web conferencing. Participants are expected to complete assignments each week prior to attending the live learning session. These interactive sessions allow participants to connect with fellow navigators and our expert instructors to apply the concepts to their daily work.
A certificate of completion will be awarded upon successful completion of the course.
Please note: The time commitment is estimated to be 2-3 hours per week, but may be more or less. It is recommended to have permission from your supervisor to use work time to complete coursework. Attendance at the live learning sessions and completion of 80 percent of course assignments are required to receive a certificate of completion. Motivational Interviewing is NOT included in this course.
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Patient Navigation History and Overview
Patient Communication Strategies
Ethical Decision Making
Assess Patient Readiness for Change
Webcam or access to an internet capable device equipped with a camera and a microphone (such as a smartphone or tablet)
High speed internet and computer to access online homework