Full course description
Course Title: Integrative Oncology Patient Navigator Training Program
The innovative Integrative Oncology Patient Navigation Training Program will vastly expand your knowledge of complementary health therapies. It will enhance your skills to empower patients/clients in accessing integrative cancer care resources to support them with an individualized, holistic approach to healthcare.
Format: Online, Self-Paced, On-Demand Professional Certificate Program
Time to Complete: Two (2) years upon initial enrollment*
*Learners will have two (2) years upon enrollment to access and complete the course content for the Certificate of Completion/CEUs at their own pace. Modules and content will be released in sequence upon completion of each prior pre-requisite module and/or content.
Category: Professional and Continuing Education – Online Program
Pre-Requisites: Healthcare-related degree/training; Complementary and Integrative Health credential; Holistic Health certification/training
Estimated Time to Complete: 8-course modules with multiple lessons, activities, handouts, assessments, and experiential activities; approximately 45 hours total (self-paced, with two (2) years access to content)
Credential: Professional Certificate of Completion and Training Digital Badge
CEUs/Contact Hours: 44 CEUs/Contact Hours (MUIH)
In order to successfully complete this course and earn a Certificate of Completion and CEUs/Contact Hours learners must complete all course Modules, successfully complete 7 module-based post-tests (participant must score 80% or higher), and complete and submit and evaluation form at the end of the course.
Additional Continuing Education Approvals:
MUIH is accredited by the Board for Certification of Nutrition Specialists℠ (BCNS℠) to provide Nutrition Professional Continuing Education (NPCE) credits for Certified Nutrition Specialists® (CNS®). MUIH designates this activity/material for a maximum of 44 NPCE Credits. Provider ID number: NPCE-0002
This program is approved for 24 health CEUs for the Nutritional Therapy Association (NTA).