The Home Health Quality Improvement National Campaign (HHQI) now offers free online learning courses through HHQI University. These educational courses are evidence-based and focus on improving patient outcomes and quality improvement. All courses are free and accessible to everyone who is registered with HHQI.

Free Continuing Education Credits

All educational courses offer certificates of attendance, and many include continuing education (CE) credits. Nursing CEs are approved by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation (ANCC) and are accepted in almost every state. Many state and national therapy organizations/boards will accept certificates of attendance toward required continuing education. Please check with your organization/board’s specifics.

How to Register &  Enroll in Courses

HHQI University's courses utilize many of HHQI's educational resources. These materials are free, but registration on the campaign website is required for access.
  1. If you are new to HHQI, please register for the HHQI National Campaign. This will give you instant access to the Best Practice Intervention Packages (BPIPs) which are used for HHQI University courses.
  2. Register for HHQI University to access the course catalogs and enroll in specific courses.
  3. Download the 1-page How to Enroll flyer or the Quick Start Guide below for step-by-step instructions with screen shots.
  4. Once you are registered, you can access HHQI University directly at www.HHQIUniversity.org.

Quick Start Guide

Continuing Education FAQs

Current Courses

HHQI January 'Save the Dates'

Each month, the healthcare industry spotlights a variety of health-related topics to heighten awareness, increase education, or recognize the contributions of professional groups. In January, we will celebrate the following observances:

To help your organization promote these observances, the Home Health Quality Improvement National Campaign (HHQI) offers an abundance of tools & resources, educational videos & webinars, and online courses with continuing education credits at no cost or obligation to you. Visit the HHQI website for a list of featured resources related to December’s observances that you may use, free of charge. Please note: HHQI registration/log in is required to access to some of these featured resources, but it's easy and free!

January 14

Last day to ‘Close out your HHCDR’ in order to receive your personalized Home Health Cardiovascular Data Registry (HHCDR) Report around January 23.

January 15

HHCDR patient data available for the next month.

January 17
11am - 12pm PT

Underserved Populations (UP) Network webinar

Please join the HHQI team in welcoming guest experts from Alzheimer’s Los Angeles as they present Low-Literacy Approaches: Working with People with Dementia. 

Upon conclusion of this free, 60-minute webinar, you will be able to:

  • List two barriers experienced by many people with lower literacy levels.
  • Explain two ways to improve agency’s written materials.
  • Describe how the IDEA! Tool can be used to improve management of behavioral symptoms for patients with Alzheimer’s Disease.

This activity has been submitted to Alabama State Nurses Association for approval to award contact hours. Alabama State Nurses Association is accredited as an approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. To receive CE credit, participants must watch the webinar and enroll in the corresponding course in HHQI University to complete an additional 15 minutes of related coursework.

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