Health Care Is Changing and You’re Ready to Help People Navigate the System
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As a registered nurse (RN), you know that continuum of care is paramount for a growing, aging population filled with individuals with complex, multilayered needs.
That’s why Shenandoah University and Inova have partnered to offer a Patient Care Navigator certificate program* for RNs through the Inova Center for Personalized Health, conveniently located just outside the Beltway, on Gallows Road in Fairfax, Virginia. The program is open to currently licensed RNs from any organizations
- This program consists of fifty-six contact hours and an eight hour preceptorship with a currently employed patient navigator
- Offered in four distinct modules in four separate weekends in fall and spring semesters
- Course cost of $2000 for 40 hours of continuing education hours
- Trains you to assist patients in navigating complex health care services across the continuum of care.
- Helps build skills in delivering care coordination services within new healthcare models and patient settings
- Combines online learning with a hands-on simulation/application exercise
- Prepares you to take on the role of patient navigation for all your clients
Shenandoah University is excited to introduce this new program.
*This is a school certificate of completion for the program providing you with continuing education validation. It does not provide you any new credential; it allows you to say Shenandoah University has stated, along with the VNA, that you have met the course requirement and are competent in the material we covered. This distinction is important as you work with your facility for tuition reimbursement. Be sure to clarify it is continuing education rather than certification as the limits for this type of education are usually different.
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Eleanor Wade Custer School of Nursing's programs are challenging, but the rewards of completing your degree and entering this critical profession are many. We are committed to providing an outstanding education to nurses at all levels— from people entering the profession with a Bachelor's degree in nursing, to advanced practice nurses seeking doctoral-level training. Our programs are dynamic and responsive to the needs of our students and the health care industry. Shenandoah Nursing offers classes in Winchester at the Health and Life Sciences Building, and in Fairfax at the Shenandoah Northern Virginia campus. We're excited to share our programs with you.
The curricula for the Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) and Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) programs combine important knowledge and skills with a friendly and caring spirit. Students like you share diverse backgrounds and personal and professional experiences with seasoned teaching faculty and clinical preceptors, who contribute to robust classroom discussions and enriching and exciting clinical interactions. Our goal is to prepare and challenge you for that next step in your professional career.
Shenandoah’s experienced and practicing faculty take every opportunity to provide you with the academic foundation you’ll need to meet the standards and rising expectations for practice in the nursing profession. They provide an environment where you can be inquisitive, grow and excel.
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