• Population Health

    30 PSNA Hours/CEUs

    Our field is evolving from health care to care of health. Here are the professional skills you need!

    The Population Health certificate at Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences was developed in collaboration with leadership, physicians, nursing and administrative staff. Combining a foundational understanding of population health management principles with the skills-building needed for day-to-day activities, this course is tailored to front-line health care professionals.

    Participants use an online classroom to learn at their own pace, alongside the guidance of a knowledgeable instructor. Multimedia presentations explore concepts, while assignments illustrate the opportunity for immediate application to job roles.

    For more information or to register for an upcoming cohort, contact Ellen Donovan at edonovan2@pacollege.edu.

    Skills developed include:

    • Assessing needs and barriers
    • Understanding the change process
    • Achieving success with motivational interviews
    • Building empowering relationships with patients
    • Working as part of a multidisciplinary team

    Topics covered include:

    • Overview of health care delivery in the United States
    • Population health management
    • Empowering patients and transforming lives

    Time Commitment:

    10-Lesson online course, with an estimated 3-5 hour time commitment per lesson.

    This continuing nursing education activity was approved by the PA State Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.



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