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Online learning has become particularly valuable for people like Sherry Johnson, RN, director of clinical development for UHS Pruitt.

The company needed a tool for educating staff members that gives everyone the same level of training. By partnering with Care2Learn four years ago, it accomplished that goal, Johnson says.

“Care2Learn is a great way to deliver consistent content in multiple locations,” she says. “The complexity of patient medical conditions has grown so much and they have a lot of content addressing that.”

The UHS Pruitt educational program consists of prerequisite courses from Care2Learn's Online University followed by live workshops. This format “re-establishes a baseline of knowledge” for employees, Johnson says. Plus, Care2Learn's system allows UHS Pruitt to measure employee progress, she notes.

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Care2Learn's online course library includes more than 500 accredited courses and over 300 in-services, spanning more than 15 disciplines, from leadership and management skills to computer courses.

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