On-Demand Courses

Browse our offerings by content topic to find an on-demand course that fits your needs.

The following courses are certified for AMA PRA Category 1 CreditTM and located within the UC Learning Center.

PAPR Use for Endotracheal Intubation for the COVID-19 Patient

Presented By: Dr. Ian Julie, Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine; and Monica Forbes, RN, Emergency Medicine

UC Davis COVID-19 Diagnostics: A review of testing methods and best practices

Presented By: Dr. Larissa May, Director, Department of Emergency Medicine and Outpatient Antibiotic Stewardship; and Dr. Nam Tran, Associate Clinical Professor, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine

Respiratory Failure and COVID-19

Presented By: Dr. Rod Fontenette, Emergency Medicine/Critical Care Medicine Physician

Basic Ventilator Management

Presented By: Dr. Matthew Greer, Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine

Ventilator Management of Severe Hypoxic Respiratory Failure

Presented By: Dr. Matthew Greer, Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine

Fundamentals of Infection Prevention During Covid-19 Pandemic at UC Davis Health

Presented By: Dr. Larissa May, Director, Department of Emergency Medicine and Outpatient Antibiotic Stewardship; and Dr. Scott Crabtree, Assistant Clinical Professor, Infectious Disease

COVID-19 and Cardiology: An Ongoing Saga

Presented By: Dr. Moosa Haider, Cardiology

Surveillance for Potential Nervous System Correlations with SARS-CoV-2

Presented By: Dr. Luhua Wei, Visiting Fellow, Department of Neurology 

COVID-19: Understanding a Pandemic

Presented By: Sandhya Venugopal, M.D., Associate Dean of Continuing Medical Education; Dean Blumberg, M.D., Chief of Pediatric Infectious Diseases; and Paul Aronowitz, M.D., Clerkship Director of Internal Medicine

Clinical Experience Treating COVID-19 in New York City

Presented By: Erik Laurin, M.D., Vice Chair for Education, Department of Emergency Medicine

COVID-19 for the Clinicians

Presented By: Archana Maniar, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine

Hospital Medicine: Introduction to Basic Management of the COVID-19 Patient

Presented By: Theresa Duong, M.D., Department of Internal Medicine

Preventing Firearm-Related Injury and Death: A Targeted Intervention

This course is designed to equip health care providers with the background and practical knowledge necessary to intervene with their patients for reduction of firearm injuries and deaths by identifying those at increased risk for firearm injury, asking about access to firearms when indicated, and counseling on safe firearm practices when appropriate.

Human Trafficking — Training for Healthcare Providers

This one-hour course is designed for health care providers who want to learn more about human trafficking, which involves the use of force, fraud, or coercion to obtain some type of labor or commercial sex act. At the end of the course, learners will be able to describe trauma-informed care, identify five red flags and/or risk factors for human trafficking, identify two conversation starters to discuss human trafficking with patients, and access resources when trafficking  is suspected.

This course is only available to UC Davis Health employees. Sign-in to the UC Learning Center to access the course module.

Limb Salvage Program — Introduction to Ankle Brachial Index Testing

This course is designed for health care professionals who wish to learn more about diagnosis and treatment of patients with lower extremity ulcers, including a comprehensive overview of ankle brachial index (ABI) testing.

Limb Salvage Program — Introduction to the Wound, Ischemia, Foot Infection (WIFI) Scoring Tool

This course is designed to teach health care professionals how to characterize a patients’ risk of amputation and need for revascularization using the WIFI tool.

This series of four modules is produced in conjunction with California BRIDGE. The goal of this series is to educate inpatient physicians on the identification, treatment, and follow up needs for patients with opioid use disorder.

Buprenorphine In The Hospital: How Do We Do It? 

The specific aim of this first module is to highlight both the ease and benefits of treatment with buprenorphine in the inpatient setting.

CA Bridge Model: Treatment, Culture and Connection

The specific aim of this module is to educate emergency physicians on how to identify, treat, and refer patients with substance use disorders.

Substance Use Navigators

A very important aspect of interdisciplinary treatment of substance use disorders is the role of the Substance Use Navigator. The goal of the course is to describe that role for other team members and to train new substance use navigators on what is involved with their position.

Nurses Drive Care for Opioid Use Disorder

This course is aimed at teaching nursing the skills necessary to assess patients for opioid use disorder. It also aims to improve their knowledge regarding the importance of identifying and treating these patients in the acute care setting.

UC Davis Pain Management Series: Pain Management and the Appropriate Care and Treatment of the Terminally Ill

The UC Davis Pain Management Series is only available to UC Davis Health employees. Sign-in to the UC Learning Center to access the individual course modules.

  • Module 1: Responsible Opioid Prescribing
  • Module 2: Opioid Agreement and Consent and Urine Drug Testing
  • Module 3: Strategies for Managing the Patient with Pain and Addiction
  • Module 4: Spinal Imaging for the Patient in Pain
  • Module 5: Non-Surgical Interventional Approaches for Spine Pain
  • Module 6: Spine Surgery and Who Needs It
  • Module 7: Understanding and Treating Neuropathic Pain
  • Module 8: Fibromyalgia and Myofascial Pain
  • Module 9: Cancer Pain Management and Supportive Care
  • Module 10: Approaches to Pediatric Pain Management
  • Module 11: Amplified Musculoskeletal Pain Syndrome (AMPS)
  • Module 12: End of Life-Pain Management and Supportive Care

UC Davis Health’s Regional Affiliations and Outreach department, in collaboration with UC Davis Children’s Hospital and the Office of Continuing Medical Education, offers the Pediatric Acute Care Education Sessions (PACES) program for community clinicians who provide care to children.

Pediatric Bronchiolitis Clinical Guidelines

Learn about evidence-based clinical guidelines for treating pediatric bronchiolitis. Learn about using a respiratory assessment score to evaluate infants and identifying parameters for high-flow nasal cannula and transfer. 

Pediatric Diabetic Ketoacidosis Clinical Guidelines

Learn about evidence-based clinical guidelines for monitoring and treating pediatric diabetic ketoacidosis. Course includes protocol for lab criteria, treatment and discussion of new evidence regarding fluid resuscitation.

Pediatric Sepsis Clinical Guidelines

Learn about evidence-based clinical guidelines for topics such as asthma, bronchiolitis, diabetic ketoacidosis, and sepsis. Course includes defining SIRS and sepsis for pediatric patients and discussing criteria for sepsis.

Pediatric Head Trauma

Improve performance in decreased number of unnecessary head CTs ordered for children with minor blunt head trauma and use of shared decision making with parents of children in intermediate risk groups. Implement evidence-based and expert consensus guidelines for pediatric and inpatient care, among other topics.

Acute Seizure Management

Improve care of patients with active seizures using a standardized guideline based on evidence-based science. The goal of the course is to increase the comfort level of healthcare teams managing patients with seizures or suspected seizures, and to optimize the interdisciplinary teamwork required to provide effective patient care.

E-cigarettes and Your Patients

Provided in partnership with the California Department of Public Health, this learning activity helps health care providers understand the negative health effects of e-cigarettes. Learn how to answer challenging questions patients may have about the use of e-cigarettes.

UC Davis Precision Interprofessional Neurologic Educational Learning  (PINECLE) Program

The UC Davis PINECLE Program combines teaching at a patient's bedside, simulation education, and online educational videos and modules to teach learners how to conduct a neurological examination, with a particular focus on stroke patients. It is only available to UC Davis Health employees. Sign-in to the UC Learning Center to access the individual course modules.

  • Module 1: Assessment of Consciousness/Orientation
  • Module 2: Language Assessment for Aphasia
  • Module 3: Eye Movement
  • Module 4: Facial Strength Testing
  • Module 5: Arm and Leg Strength Testing
  • Module 6: Sensation Testing
  • Module 7: Coordination Testing of Arms and Legs

X-ray and the Human Body Series

This series of complimenatry courses is aimed at helping learners be aware of the importance of radiation safety as it relates to fluoroscopy practice, as well as help reduce radiation exposure to both patients and operating room personnel during procedures.