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Nursing & Medicine

We offer a variety of credit programs, courses and certificates in the area of Nursing & Medicine. Browse the list below to find the right match for you.

Clinical Research Advanced Topics Non-credit

Course work includes an in depth study of drug development, data management, FDA regulations for research with novel agents, and clinical trial biostatistics. This course also includes a clinical research “journal club” where participants will learn to interpret and analyze…

Clinical Research Professional Certificate Program Certificate

  Program Dates August 24 - November 16, 2022 New Feature The Certificate Bundle now includes a virtual Career Fair with prospective employers (November 30, 2022). Certificate Overview The Clinical Research Professional Certificate Program is designed to train Clinical Research…

Clinical Trials Ethics Non-credit

This course will provide an understanding of ethical code of conduct for individuals engaged in clinical research. Information provided will include a historical perspective as well as current federal and state laws and regulations.

Community Based Participatory Research (CBPR) Non-credit

In this course, the core principles of community based research will be presented in order to gain knowledge about how to effectively utilize community engagement for research. Specific attention toward addressing health disparities in Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander populations…

Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) credit

For RNs who have a Bachelor’s or Higher Degree The Doctor of Nursing Practice program offers the terminal degree in Nursing Practice and is designed as a post-baccalaureate or higher degree program to meet our statewide demand for a highly competent nursing workforce equipped with the skills to ensure the delivery of safe, quality nursing […]

Free Informational Zoom Webinar for Clinical Research Professional Certificate Program Non-credit

Dr. Joe Ramos, Interim Director, University of Hawai'i Cancer Center, hosts a free informational Zoom webinar for interested students to learn more about the new and innovative Clinical Research Professional Certificate Program at the University of Hawai'i Cancer Center. Get…

Graduate Entry Program in Nursing (GEPN) credit

The Graduate Entry Program in Nursing (GEPN) offers post-baccalaureate entry to the Master of Science in Advanced Population Health Nursing (APHN) and Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP).

Human Subjects Protection Non-credit

This critical module provides participants an understanding of the regulations that protect human subjects involved in research. Attendees will gain a knowledge of current regulatory and compliance information. In addition, all participants will complete national CITI training which is a…

Introduction to Cancer Non-credit

This course will cover the basics of the etiology and incidence of cancer, the role of genetics in cancer development, and the 10 principal characteristics of the disease.  In addition, concepts of cancer metastases, cancer epidemiology, and cancer health disparities…

Introduction to Clinical Research Non-credit

This course will cover the basic concepts of clinical research and cancer clinical trials, the purpose of ethics in research, clinical trial study design, and information about informed consent. A description of the types of clinical research studies that are…

Master of Science in Nursing credit

The Master of Science program is designed as a post-baccalaureate or higher degree program to meet our statewide demand for a highly competent nursing workforce equipped with the skills to ensure the delivery of safe, quality nursing care in Hawaii.

Mindfulness Meditation Non-credit

The principles of mindfulness meditation are put into practice to reduce burnout and live life more fully in the present moment. Life skills are learned to enhance awareness and self-mastery, resulting in increased gratitude, joy, compassion, forgiveness, and contentment while…

Minority Health Research Training Program in Health Disparities (MHRT) credit

The Minority Health Research Training (MHRT) Program in Health Disparities offers students from underrepresented minority groups or disadvantaged backgrounds the opportunity to engage in out-of-state NIH-funded research projects, in areas including tropical medicine, infectious diseases, chronic diseases, community-based participatory research, public health, and epidemiology.

Online Associate Degree in Nursing to Bachelor of Science credit

UH Manoa Nursing is pleased to announce a new Bachelor of Science (BS) program for nurses with an Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN).  Admission will be offered in August and January to provide flexibility for students to progress at their own pace. With the BS degree, the graduate can proceed to graduate education and pursue […]

Online Graduate Certificate in Clinical Research credit

      The Graduate Certificate in Clinical Research is a 2-semester, credit program that combines online learning with mentored clinical research. You have the option of pursuing the certificate full-time or part-time. A bachelorʻs degree is required.   About the Graduate Certificate in Clinical Research: Through the Department of Quantitative Health Sciences (DQHS), Graduate […]

Online Speech Pathology and Audiology Prerequisite Program (SPAPP) credit

The University of Hawaiʻi, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders (UH CSD), offers an Online Speech Pathology and Audiology Prerequisite Program (SPAPP) through the John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) and UH Mānoa Outreach College.

Understanding the Complexities of Medicare Non-credit

Understanding the Complexities of Medicare is designed to train practicing professionals in healthcare, social services, or human resource management to facilitate their ability to educate patients, clients, or employees as they transition into the Medicare system. This course is delivered…

‘Imi Ho‘ōla Post-Baccalaureate Program credit

‘Imi Ho‘ōla is a 12-month post-baccalaureate program designed to provide educational opportunities to students from disadvantaged backgrounds who are deemed capable of succeeding in medical school.