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Current HHQI University Courses

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The Home Health Quality Improvement National Campaign (HHQI) offers free, self-paced online educational courses with step-by-step instructions and continuing education (CE) credits through HHQI University. Browse the alphabetical list of all current courses below or browse courses by catalog on the HHQI University website.

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Get started. Register with (or log in to) HHQI University and browse the Student Resources for step-by-step instructions on how to enroll in, launch, and complete courses and download/print your CE certificates. If a particular course does not offer CE credits for your discipline, you will still receive a certificate of completion.
Course Name Nursing CEs
Physical Therapy
Social Work CEs
Actions to Improve Health Literacy 1.5 NA NA
Adult Immunizations 2.0 NA NA
Basics of Chronic Disease Management 1.5 NA NA
BP Control & Smoking Cessation 1.5 NA NA
1.25 NA NA
Cardiac Rehab Roundtable 1.75 1.0 NA
Cardiovascular Health
for At-Risk Populations
2.25 NA NA
1.5 NA NA
1.25 NA NA
1.5 NA 1.5
CVD: Reduction of Risk & Treatment through Diet & Lifestyle Changes 1.25 NA NA
1.25 NA NA
Depression Management 3.5 NA NA
(Home Health Aide course)
Diabetes Self-Management 3.5 NA NA
Engaging Caregivers as Partners 1.25 NA NA
Evidence-Based Practices for Improving Your Wound Management Program 2.25 1.0 NA
2.25 1.0 NA
Falls Prevention for Older Adults 3.5 2.0 NA

Fundamentals of Medication Management

2.0 NA NA
Fundamentals of Reducing Hospitalizations 2.25 NA NA
(Home Health Aide course)
1.5 NA NA
1.0 NA NA
1.25 NA NA
Lifestyle Management for Cardiovascular Health 1.0 NA NA
Long-Term Negative Effects of Trauma 1.5 NA 1.5
Lower-Literacy Approaches: Working with People with Dementia 1.25 NA NA
Master the Maze of BP Medications 1.0 NA NA
1.5 NA 1.5
1.5 NA NA
3.0 NA NA
Million Hearts® 2022 1.25 NA NA
1.25 NA NA
1.5 NA NA
Patient Safety: All in a Day's Work! 2.25 NA NA
Patient Self-Management 2.0 NA NA
Pave Your Path 1 2.0 NA NA
Pave Your Path 2 2.0 NA NA
Pave Your Path 3 2.0 NA NA
Pave Your Path 4 2.0 NA NA
Promoting Medication Adherence among Older Adults at Home 1.25 NA NA
(Home Health Aide course)
QAPI 101 1.5 NA NA
Recognizing & Caring for Patients with Sepsis 1.25 NA NA
Recognizing & Reporting Changes in Skin Conditions
(Home Health Aide course)
Reducing Avoidable Hospitalizations
(Home Health Aide course)
Serving Racial & Ethnic Minority Populations 1.25 NA NA
Statin Therapy for the Prevention & Treatment of Cardiovascular Disease 1.25 NA NA
Strategies to Care for Patients in Rural Settings 1.25 NA NA
1.25 NA NA
The State of Cardiovascular Health 1.0 NA NA
Tobacco Effects & Cessation Medications 1.0 NA NA
Translating Science into Clinical Care: The Story of Air Quality & Cardiovascular Health 1.25 NA NA
Treating Tobacco Use & Dependence: Current Practice Guidelines 1.25 NA NA
Value of Home & Community-Based Services 1.25 NA NA
Wound Management 3.25 NA NA

Continuing education credits (CEs) for nurses have been approved by the Alabama State Nurses Association, an accredited approver of the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation (ANCC).

Continuing Competence Units (CCUs) for physical therapists have been approved by the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy through ProCert. View list of accepting states at

Continuing education credits (CEs) for social workers approved by the National Association of Social Workers (NASW). Currently all states accept NASW CEs except Idaho, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, and West Virginia.