Keeping employees trained appropriately and ensuring their skills and competencies are up to date are constant challenges for hospitals. The cost of developing appropriate curriculum, searching for adequate instruction and finding the time to train staff have led hospitals to look for alternatives to traditional education. IHA, 40 other hospital associations and the American Hospital Association, partnered to create careLearning: a not-for-profit, internet-based education delivery and management solution for hospitals that are:
To download the 2020 careLearning Iowa Users Group Meeting brochure, click here.
For more information about careLearning, email Jen Nutt, vice president, nursing and clinical services.
The careLearning Users Group Meeting, scheduled Thursday, Sept. 24, at the IHA Conference Center in Des Moines, will address the needs and concerns of all levels of careLearning users and answer questions for potential users. It will provide a forum for local users to exchange information and share experiences.
Offered by careLearning, careSkills is a comprehensive competency-management system that helps hospitals identify and understand the skills needed to be successful in their organizations through competency and performacnce courses:
careLearning's Passport Program provides students participating in clinical rotation programs education that orients them quickly and effectively once for all sites they may report to. There are no fees to the health care facility or college for this program. The students each pay $10.00 either through our site or via student fees at their respective school. The program can: