Are you interested in taking Telehealth and Connected Care: An Advanced course? Courses will begin on October 19, 2020. Learn how to apply here as a non-matriculated student.
Designed for clinicians to provide an understanding of the science underlying endocannabinoids, phytocannabinoids, and synthetic cannabinoids and their clinical applications.
Provides an in depth view of the botany and chemistry of the cannabis plant, cannabinoids pharmacology and resultant effects, and how to identify and quantify the different chemical components and potential toxicants in cannabis.
A combination of didactic and clinical experience, students will be prepared to become Certified Clinical Medical Assistants.
ECMO is a modified heart-lung machine that does the work of the heart and lungs allowing the organs to rest. Understand basic principles, indications and management for ECMO support.
Brings a new dynamic to professional healthcare education, focusing on mind-body strategies to reduce stress and improve health-related quailty of life.
This program will train participants to safely operate the heart and lung machine, and other advanced technologies, during surgical procedures where patients need cardiac and pulmonary support.
Developed by Emergency Medicine faculty and the National Academic Center for Telehealth, Jefferson’s program prepares the learner for the role of Telehealth Facilitator on the interprofessional healthcare team.
The Center for Digital Health plays a pivotal role in the promotion, resourcing, design and coordination of clinical and evaluative digital health research at Jefferson.
The mission is to advance the scientific basis, research efforts, educational opportunities, positive social impact opportunities, and patient experience associated with the clinical use of cannabis-derived therapies.
The National Center for Telehealth Education and Research is the home for leading innovations that accompanies clinical and operational initiatives focused on implementing the Telehealth and Connected Care approach.