Arizona Telemedicine Training Program

Tracy Skinner & Pete Yonsetto addressing questions during a training program from local participants in Tucson as well as from remote participants at our Phoenix video conferencing classroom.

  

The Arizona Telemedicine Training Program and the Southwest Telehealth Resource Center offers 1-day training courses on telemedicine and telehealth.  There are two tracks offered throughout the year; 1) Developing a Telemedicine Program and 2) Telemedicine Applications. ATP's staff and colleagues, many of whom are national experts in telehealth, distance education and the business of telemedicine, teach both tracks.  The Arizona Telemedicine Training Program is accredited by the American Telemedicine Association.  Advanced Registration is required to attend ATP training courses.

Unless otherwise indicated, training locations are:

Tucson:
University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucson
Arizona Health Sciences Library
1501 N Campbell Avenue, Room 2102
Tucson, AZ 85719

Phoenix:
University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix
T-Health Institute
600 E Van Buren
Phoenix, AZ 85004

 

TRACK 1: Developing a Telemedicine Program


2020: January 27, June 1, September 14

 

Course Content:

This conference gives a broad overview of a variety of telemedicine topics, including:

  • Clinical services
  • Telecommunications and infrastructure development/operations
  • Distance education
  • Evaluation
  • Business aspects
  • Equipment demonstration virtual tour

Who should attend?

This course is excellent for individuals or groups who have some telehealth experience and are interested in expanding their services.  It is also a great course for those new to telehealth who are interested in gaining a deeper understanding of this growing industry.

Conference Goals:

  • To provide ongoing training for health care professionals involved or interested in clinical telemedicine and telehealth services
  • To promote improved public health in rural and urban communities by providing current telemedicine and telehealth information and training
  • To provide health care systems throughout Arizona and nationally with information, training, and expertise in telemedicine and telehealth applications

Register Now!

 

 

TRACK 2: Telemedicine Applications

2020: March 23, July 20, November 2


Course Content:

This conference covers advanced telemedicine topics through an in-depth look at real-world clinical applications of telemedicine and telehealth.

Who should attend?

This course is excellent for individuals or groups who have some telehealth experience and are interested in expanding their services.  It is also a great course for those new to telehealth who are interested in gaining a deeper understanding of this growing industry.

Conference Goals:

  • To provide ongoing training for health care professionals involved or interested in clinical telemedicine and telehealth services.
  • To promote improved public health in rural and urban communities by providing current telemedicine and telehealth information and training
  • To provide health care systems throughout Arizona and nationally with information, training, and expertise in telemedicine and telehealth applications

Register Now!

 

Join us at an upcoming training course to enhance your telemedicine and telehealth knowledge, to network and build relationships, and discover resources to help advance your telemedicine and telehealth efforts.

 

Space is limited.  Contact Melanie Esher-Blair for more information.

 


Arizona Telemedicine Program
1501 N. Campbell Avenue
AHSL Rm. 1156
Tucson, AZ 85724

Melanie Esher-Blair, MAdm, Program Coordinator, Sr
Phone: 520-626-6103
Fax: 520-626-4774
mesher@telemedicine.arizona.edu


Disability-related accommodations:
Please contact us regarding any questions about disability-related accommodations that will facilitate your full participation in this event such as ASL interpreting, captioned videos, Braille or electronic text, etc.  Our contact information is located here: http://telemedicine.arizona.edu/contact


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