Certificates & Continuing Education
Integrative Nursing Fellowship
The INF is a first-of-its-kind program preparing nurse-educators to transform teaching/learning using the science, theory and practice of integrative health. During a 12-month fellowship, you will creatively and effectively incorporate integrative nursing into education programs.
University of Arizona Continuing Professional Education provides professional development for staff nurses, advanced practice nurses, and nurse leaders. A variety of program formats are offered, from one-hour grand rounds to self-paced online learning, to accommodate your schedule and meet your professional goals.
This online program prepares the community health worker to assume the role of cancer navigator, providing foundational knowledge and skills necessary to support patients diagnosed with cancer. Improve quality of life for patients and families and earn your cancer navigation certificate.
This certificate program prepares licensed healthcare professionals to assume the role of care coordinator within the complex healthcare system of the 21st century and attain the professional competencies necessary to manage transitions and coordinate care for individuals and populations.
Rural Health Professions Program
Through our innovative Rural Health Professions program (RHPP), we are preparing nurse practitioners to provide primary-care services in rural, medically-underserved areas, and to serve as leaders in improving quality and access to care for these patients.
Are you an advanced practice nurse looking to enhance your expertise in adult-gerontology acute care, family, pediatric, or psychiatric mental health? Our online graduate certificates are four-semester, part-time programs, helping you advance your education while you continue to work.
Rural Telehealth Certificate Program
Nurse Practitioners working in all areas of healthcare and especially in rural health care will engage in telehealth. The RTCP is designed to educate the next generation of rural health advanced practice nurses in telehealth. The innovative RTCP prepares nurse practitioners to provide telehealth services in rural, medically underserved areas, and to serve as leaders in improving quality and access to care for these patients.