Stony Brook Telehealth offers a range of educational programs for undergraduates, graduate students and clinicians. Learn from and collaborate with Stony Brook telehealth experts, while applying what you learn to deliver innovative patient care.
Course Title: Stony Brook Medicine Telehealth 101
Course Title: Telehealth: Docs, Data, and Disruptive Technologies
Faculty: Kimberly Noel, MD MPH; Erin Hulfish, MD
Course Code: HTZ035
Description: In the era of disruptive technologies in healthcare, clinicians will reach a new frontier in medical practice. With more data, technology and medical literature than ever before, how will the physician’s role adapt to the changing environment of the greatest reforms in healthcare? This selective will serve to introduce the topics of telehealth and telemedicine and discuss the advances in field as well as the laws, ethics, regulations and the evolving doctor-patient relationship. The course will aim to review the applications of telemedicine and future implications to the practice of medicine. https://www.stonybrook.edu/commcms/bioethics/education/mcs2-selectives.php
If you are interested in Telehealth education please contact: Telehealth@stonybrookmedicine.edu
The Interprofessional Telehealth Board is an academic collaborative composed of representatives from the different health science schools. The group creates educational resources for the healthcare community and develops standards for the practice of telehealth across disciplines, facilitates interprofessional research, creates and suggests interprofessional curricula and explores interprofessional clinical experiences.
Dr. Kimberly Noel (email Danielle Pavelka)
Dr. Stacy Jaffee Gropack (email Jessica Rotolo)
Stony Brook Clinical Informatics Bootcamp is a training program targeted to students, residents, and attending physicians, as well as nursing students, nurses, and pharmacists. The course is open at no charge to all at Stony Brook Medicine. https://bmi.stonybrookmedicine.edu/bootcamp