Philadelphia University + Thomas Jefferson University

HIPAA Training &
Safety Training

New Students

The HIPAA Training and Safety Training requirement must be completed by noon on the business day prior to the first day of class.  You must successfully complete BOTH of the presentations and quizzes before the hold will be removed from your account.*  Holds for this requirement are MANUALLY removed by the Office of Student Life and Engagement within two weeks of completion, beginning with the posted access date for each semester.

*Students in the Jefferson College of Population Health who are in an academic program that only requires HIPAA Training will have the hold removed after successful completion of the HIPAA presentation and quiz. 

FOR NEW STUDENTS, THE REQUIREMENT WILL BE AVAILABLE TO ACCESS AS INDICATED BELOW.

Pre-Fall & Summer Start Students – April 1st

Fall Start Students –
June 1st

Spring Start Students –
December 1st

Follow these instructions to complete the requirement.

Part One (Enroll in the Organization)

  1. Open a new web browser window to access Blackboard Learn.
  2. Enter your username (campus key) and password in the appropriate boxes.
    1. NOTE: If you do not know your campus key, you should select “Campus Key Lookup” from the Support Links on the left.
  3. Once you are logged in, select the “Community” tab at the top of the page.
  4. In the Organization Search box on the top left of the screen, type “Jefferson Students HIPAA and Safety Training” and click Go.
  5. In the results section,
    1. Put your mouse over the Jefferson Students HIPAA and Safety Training organization and you will see a downward arrow appear.
    2. Click on the arrow and then click on the link to “Enroll”.
    3. Then click “Submit” and then “OK”.  You should now be able to see the organization.

Part Two (View Presentations and Take Quizzes)

  1. From the menu on the left, select “Presentations”.
  2. Within the section titled “HIPAA Training Presentation” click on the link to “VIEW Presentation” and watch the presentation in its entirety. After you have finished viewing the presentation, you must then take the quiz.
  3. From the menu on the left, select “Quizzes”, then click on the link for “HIPAA Training Quiz.”
  4. Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the quiz and then view your results.
  5. You must obtain a score of at least 80 out of 100 points in order to satisfy this matriculation requirement. If your score is less than 80 points, you should watch the presentation again and re-take the quiz.
  6. Return to the “Presentations” page.  Within the section titled “Safety Training Presentation” click on the link to “VIEW Presentation” and watch the presentation in its entirety. After you have finished viewing the presentation, you must then take the quiz.
  7. From the menu on the left, select “Quizzes”, then click on the link for “Safety Training Quiz.”
  8. Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the quiz and then view your results.
  9. You must obtain a score of at least 80 out of 100 points in order to satisfy this matriculation requirement. If your score is less than 80 points, you should watch the presentation again and re-take the quiz.
  10. Once completed, you may log out of Blackboard Learn. You do NOT need to notify the Office of Student Life and Engagement that you have completed the requirement. Your scores will be automatically sent to our office.
  11. The Office of Student Life and Engagement will review your scores and record if you have satisfactorily completed this requirement.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact the Office of Student Life and Engagement at StudentLife@jefferson.edu or (215) 503-7743.

 

Returning Students

The HIPAA Training and Safety Training requirement must be completed by the deadline provided to you by your College/Department.

Follow these instructions to complete the requirement.

  1. Open a new web browser window to access Blackboard Learn.
  2. Enter your username (campus key) and password in the appropriate boxes.
  3. Once you are logged in, select the “Community” tab at the top of the page.
  4. In the "My Organizations" section, click on the link for "Jefferson Students HIPAA and Safety Training".
  5. From the menu on the left, select “Presentations”.
  6. Within the section titled “HIPAA Training Presentation” click on the link to “VIEW Presentation” and watch the presentation in its entirety. After you have finished viewing the presentation, you must then take the quiz.
  7. From the menu on the left, select “Quizzes”, then click on the link for “HIPAA Training Quiz.”
  8. Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the quiz and then view your results.
  9. You must obtain a score of at least 80 out of 100 points in order to satisfy this matriculation requirement. If your score is less than 80 points, you should watch the presentation again and re-take the quiz.
  10. Return to the “Presentations” page.  Within the section titled “Safety Training Presentation” click on the link to “VIEW Presentation” and watch the presentation in its entirety. After you have finished viewing the presentation, you must then take the quiz.
  11. From the menu on the left, select “Quizzes”, then click on the link for “Safety Training Quiz.”
  12. Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the quiz and then view your results.
  13. You must obtain a score of at least 80 out of 100 points in order to satisfy this matriculation requirement. If your score is less than 80 points, you should watch the presentation again and re-take the quiz.
  14. Once completed, you may log out of Blackboard Learn. You do NOT need to notify the Office of Student Life and Engagement that you have completed the requirement. Your scores will be automatically sent to our office.
  15. The Office of Student Life and Engagement will review your scores and record if you have satisfactorily completed this requirement.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact the Office of Student Life and Engagement at StudentLife@jefferson.edu or 215-503-7743.