Health education you can put into practice.
Stay current in your practice with our Health Professional Development courses and programs.
Our online and on-campus courses are designed to reflect the latest research and developments in healthcare topics that are often required for continuing education credits (CECs) within a professional organization. Please check with your association to ensure that the courses you take can be used toward obtaining CECs.
These professional development opportunities are well suited for:
- nurse practitioners
- occupational therapists
- and other health and helping professionals
An Introduction to Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
Building Harmony: An Approach to Conflict Management in Healthcare Settings
Building Resiliency for Families of Trauma Exposed Workers
Building Resiliency on the Front Line
Canadian Fall Prevention Curriculum ©
Equity-Informed Palliative Care: Research and Strategies
Hoarding: Risk Assessment at the Door
How to Create a Mindful Society: A Panel Discussion
Managing Mental Health in the Community
Palliative Care Pharmacy
Personality Disorders: Support through Knowledge
Polypharmacy – Is It Simply Too Many Drugs?
Probiotics: Potential Benefits in Health and Disease
The Basics of Common Mental Health Challenges in Youth
The High Risk Foot
Wound Management for Health Professionals Level I
Wound Management for Health Professionals Level II
Courses open for registration
Courses open for registration
Gain a competitive edge in the workforce with our occupational health and safety training program, which incorporates a progressive environmental component. Available 100% online - learn from anywhere.
This non-credit program is designed for those who are seeking education and professional development in advanced population health analysis. The goal of the program is to provide participants with strong foundational knowledge and data analysis skills that can support their work within the field of population health.
Wound care is one of the fastest growing areas in health care today. This online program for health care professionals combines the most current evidence and trends in wound care to prepare participants to act as Wound Champions.
Well before the COVID-19 pandemic stretched every health care organization on the globe, health service planners were looking to “task-shifting” to make the best use of staff resources. Broad professional development equips health workers to take on new roles during a crisis, or when local conditions warrant.Read Story
Geography and epidemiology team up to characterize the modern scourge. We all know what geography is. It’s all that business about the names of countries, flags and making maps, right? A recent article in Wired surveyed the discipline among present circumstances with a refreshing resonance, whilst not overlooking its pragmatism. The point is that geography as a discipline has never really seemed so important.Read Story
The ability to use GIS and epidemiology to address emerging population health issues in our society are key components of the Population Health Data Analysis (PHDA) program.Read Story
Wound Management instructor Misty Stephens shares career advice, explains how she became a specialist wound care nurse only after her first career as a professional ballerina, and reveals the superpower she'd like to have.Read Story
Wound Management for Health Professionals Level I celebrates its 10th anniversary in 2020 with an extensively revised curriculum, launching early this year. The updated course reflects the evolution in healthcare practice in recent years, and brings the course into full alignment with new standards set out by provincial and national wound care organizations.Read Story
By Jason McInnis, an instructor in our Environmental and Occupational Health Program "Both ancient and modern societies have been slow to recognize and control the health hazards associated with work." – R.S.Read Story
By Misty Stephens, Wound Management for Health Professionals Instructor Our health care system is over capacitated and financially over burdened with chronic lower leg complications...Read Story
with student Rena Hayes By Therese Eley, Marketing Services "A good education is the key that will open many doors to a good career and a bright future.Read Story
Data now fuels decision-making in almost every sector of our society. As a result, interest in data-intensive science is growing rapidly as opportunities to explore this expanding resource source abound.Read Story
Rasha earned her Certificate of Completion in the Wound Level II course in the spring of 2018. She currently resides in Calgary, AB. Please share a little about yourself. Where do you live? What’s your profession?Read Story
Dezi Grant earned her Certificate of Completion in the Wound Level II course in the Spring of 2018. She resides in Edmonton, Alberta. Please share a little about yourself. Where do you live? What do you currently do for work?Read Story
New instructor for Wound Management for Health Professionals Level I We are excited to welcome Misty Stephens as a new instructor this fall. Misty has been a registered nurse for 12 years.Read Story
By: Vicky Scott, RN, PhD, Clinical Professor, School of Population and Public Health, Faculty of Medicine, University of British ColumbiaRead Story
Interview with Donna Saworski, Graduate, Environmental and Occupational Health Certificate What is your current position? My title is HR Specialist – Occupational Health and Safety.Read Story
Find out what is happening with our Wound Management for Health Professionals Program. We welcome a new instructor, catch up with a seasoned instructor, and list upcoming Wound Care conferences.Read Story
One of the brightest smiles and bubbliest personalities in our office belongs to Laura Vizina, our Director of Health Sciences and Public Relations Programs.Read Story
Anita Lynn Jessop (née Fournier) June 15, 1953 – June 16, 2017 It is with a heavy heart that we mark the passing of one of our own, Anita Jessop.Read Story
Last week, we lost one of our most passionate, long-time instructors, Noreen Campbell. Throughout the decades, Noreen was an inspirational educator and leader in continuing professional education.Read Story
Throughout our lives, many of us could say we’ve participated in formal and informal learning settings. Community enrichment, mindful practices and professional development opportunities touch us at different times in our lives. At the Division of Continuing Studies, we focus on the learner experience by creating diverse opportunities.Read Story
My job requires frequent travel and the flexibility of UVic's online program, plus advanced online tools and databases, made it possible to study from anywhere. Having previously completed an undergraduate and graduate degree in a traditional/on-campus program, I was highly impressed with the quality of education, instructors and students associated with the online program.Read Story
Many years ago, as a lab instructor in Biochemistry and Microbiology, I had occasional interaction with the staff in UVic's department of Occupational Health, Safety and Environment (OHSE), and always thought, “that seems like a fun and intRead Story
I had no inkling when I started in the Humanities Diploma Program in January 2004 that I would be a health care researcher.Read Story