INPE Course for MinuteClinic Clinicians

Dear MinuteClinic Clinician: Welcome to the Institute for NP Excellence, LLC (INPE).  INPE is honored to provide CE for MinuteClinic.  We are pilot-testing direct CE delivery for you, starting with our Vaccine Hesitancy course.  This multi-media course includes audio lecture paired with slides.  To allow complimentary delivery, the course is delivered through "Screencast" and this document gives some directions to help you navigate the process.  Details about the course, including objectives, is provided below.  To participate in the INPE Vaccine Hesitancy Course, download the handout below and then go to the course, which is housed on "Screencast". Please follow the steps below. 

As the program starts, you must enter your name and email and will be prompted for this again at the end.  This helps ensure that we verify completion of the program for the CE record.  To earn the CE credit, you must pass the post-test with a score of 70% or higher.  Once INPE has your passing score, we will send a CE Certificate to you by email within one week.   If you elect not to take the "quiz" or do not pass the post-test, you will not receive a certificate.   You may go back into the course, re-enter your information, and then take the quiz again, if necessary.

1) DOWNLOAD HANDOUT: Vaccine Hesitancy Handout  Note: This handout is ONLY available here.

2) START COURSE HERE: http://www.screencast.com/t/1qOnYd9sh

 

Vaccine Hesitancy

This program is designated for 1.25 contact hour NP CE credit with 1.25 ch pharmacology by the Institute for NP Excellence, an AANP Approved Provider (130325).  The course is designed to help learners consider the range of issues related to vaccine hesitancy and useful strategies to enhance acceptance of recommended and appropriate vaccines. Valid through 2/28/2019. 

This program was planned in accordance with AANP CE Standards and Policies and AANP Commercial Support Standards.

Objectives:Upon completion you will be better able to:

  • Identify factors commonly associated with decreased vaccination rates
  • Discuss definition of vaccine hesitancy and related concepts
  • Implement practical strategies to diminish vaccine hesitancy among patients, including their parents/family members