|The Academy of Lactation Programs offers online, non-credit lactation courses ideal for learning and advancing skills to work with childbearing women and their families, or to become a certified lactation consultant. This program meets part of the requirements for the qualifying exam of the International Board of Certified Lactation Consultant Examiners (IBLCE). |
| ||The Health Policy Academy (HPA) is designed to help decode and demystify the world of health policy. Participants in this program, regardless of past experience or training, will have the opportunity to learn the ins and outs of the health policy sphere. Learn about the policy concerns underlying current issues, the political framework surrounding them, and how to navigate the two as an effective advocate.|
| ||Arizona State University’s Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation and Thunderbird School of Global Management have partnered to offer an online, non-credit certificate program for health professionals interested in continuing their education as innovative leaders.|
| ||The goal of Fundamentals of Healthcare for Veterans is to increase specialized knowledge and competence of healthcare providers in the treatment and care of veterans and military families by educating them in fundamental concepts, knowledge, and skills needed to address the unique healthcare needs of veterans. Continuing education contact hours will be awarded through ASU’s Office of Interprofessional Continuing Health Education.|
Developed by the ASU Center for Advancing Interprofessional Practice, Education and Research at Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation, this microlearning course is designed for students and clinicians in all health professions across all practice. The course prepares learners to recognize and implement essential knowledge, skills and tools needed to build an optimal interprofessional Clinical Learning Environment.
International Health CertificateArizona State University’s Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation and Thunderbird School of Global Management have partnered to develop an online, non-credit program around International Health, which includes a business management/ leadership component. This program will be competency-based, and will focus on filling gaps in traditional training for healthcare professionals who find themselves transitioning into higher-level leadership roles on the international/global level.