CFHA Learns is a product of the Collaborative Family Healthcare Association geared towards promoting learning and sharing around integrated healthcare. All content on CFHA Learns is produced by CFHA members and vetted by the association's content committee. This committee reviews material to ensure that it represents CFHA's values, including our value around adhering to the evidence base. To this end, each course is assigned a "Level of Evidence" tag to aprise the viewer of the base upon which the course stands. A brief description of the levels of evidence is included below (see here for original).
Note that we have also introduced a color coding system help with identifying the evidence behind a session. Green indicates that the content is considered a level I through V degree of evidence. Yellow indicates that the content is considered level VI through VII. CFHA will not post material that is considered baseless or not within community practice norms at a minimum.
This level of effectiveness rating scheme is based on the following: Ackley, B. J., Swan, B. A., Ladwig, G., & Tucker, S. (2008). Evidence-based nursing care guidelines: Medical-surgical interventions. (p. 7). St. Louis, MO: Mosby Elsevier.
CFHA members receive a discount which provides most courses for free. Non-members can also purchase courses by simply creating a login and paying per course. Most courses are short 30-60 minute segments of self-paced & video-based didactic material along with supporting material.
The Collaborative Family Healthcare Association (CFHA) has always been about learning and sharing. Now this platform makes that even easier for members and non-members of our not-for-profit association. Our goal is to provide the best evidence-based content, shared by CFHA members, and through that to promote the integration of behavioral and physical healthcare. To access the content at the lowest possible cost, consider joining our movement today!
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