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ONLINE TRAINING MODULES

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NIHAN Online training modules are available to all health professionals and community-based organizations.

Online modules developed by NIHAN Educational Committee and subject-matter consultants aim to train health professionals about interprofessional geriatric care and treatments for managing multiple chronic conditions among older adults based on the 4M framework.

To access the modules, participants will create a password-protected account, which includes completion of a demographic survey. Collected survey information will only be used for HRSA reporting purposes. 

Participants will receive an email with a temporary password that is automatically generated by the website system. The password can be changed in the account profile.

Each online training module includes course descriptions and instructor information. Each module will take approximately 10-15 minutes followed by post-training quiz and a short course evaluation survey. Modules are free of charge. Financial support for NIHAN training modules is through a HRSA GWEP award #U1QHP33069.

On-site training is also available. See our latest class offers and register here.

If you have problems viewing the online training modules or logging in, please call 702-272-0826 or send an email to nihan@unlv.edu.

Online Training Modules Available

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Alternative Treatment of Chronic Opioids in Older Persons with Arthritis: Non-pharmacologic Approach
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Behavioral Problems in Dementia
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Caregiver Burden in Dementia
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Health Literacy in Older Adults
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High-risk Medications in the Older Adult
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Integration of Oral and Behavioral Health in Primary Care: Diabetes Care in Older Adults
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Medication Assisted Treatment for Opioid, Alcohol, and Smoking
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Mental Health Conditions and Substance Use Disorder in Nevada Older Persons
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Mobility, Equipment and Adaptation to Environment
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