If we offered a UNet core competencies curriculum, what would you hope to gain? This was the question we asked the transplant community in our previous educational needs assessment. 622 of you responded and here are your top 4 answers:
- An understanding of the system
- Access to resources
- Continuing education
- Networking with other professionals
With these 4 needs in mind, we created UNet University, which will be available through UNOS Connect in September. You can use each of our six online learning modules as an onboarding tool. We designed them to orient you or your staff to the UNet system, engage employees, and retain staff.
You’ll find practical exercises, policy explanations and an overview of additional resources, such as the help documentation in UNet. The curriculum also includes a community discussion board that gives you the opportunity to exchange ideas with and learn from other UNet University students. And you’ll earn Category 1 Continuing Education Points for Transplant Certification (CEPTC) for each module.
Who is the audience?
We designed UNet University for new transplant professionals, but even those of you already familiar with UNet can benefit. Completing the modules will help staff effectively use the systems and submit more accurate data.
You’ll learn to:
- Navigate UNet applications
- Identify the relationship between policy and the UNet system
- Explain the interrelated nature of UNet applications
Watch for more announcements.
Originally published July 1, 2019