University of Southern Indiana
Health Professional Programs

SWI-AHEC strives to enhance access to continuing education in the health professions and to clinical information resources that are responsive to the needs of clinicians caring for medically underserved communities and the health care needs of those communities. Below is a calendar of continuing education events throughout the region. SWI-AHEC may provide financial support for health professionals from Critical Access Hospitals, Community Health Clinics, Federally Qualified Health Clinics, Rural Health Clinics to attend relevant continuing education opportunities.

Military Culture and Terminology
Recognizing the importance of improving services for our returning military service members and their families, a free continuing education webinar is being offered on August 15, 2012 at 11:30am CST [12:30pm EST]. This one-hour webinar will assist health care professionals with expanding their knowledge of military terminology and culture. (Registration)  (More information)

Critical Access Hospital-Continuing Education
SWI-AHEC partnered with the University of Southern Indiana to create a continuing education program focused on the needs of Critical Access Hospitals. This pilot program was a huge success and has been implemented as a continual program. This opportunity is available to Critical Access Hospital throughout the state of Indiana, as well as other states. SWI-AHEC provided financial support for the Critical Access Hospitals in Southwest Indiana, if your Critical Access Hospital is located in another region of Indiana there may be local AHEC funding available. To receive further information contact Jane Friona at (812) 461-5446 or email jefriona@usi.edu. (more information)


Educational Opportunities at Regional Colleges and Universities

Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana

University of Evansville

University of Southern Indiana

Vincennes University-Jasper Campus

Vincennes University


Indiana Rural Health Association
Indiana Rural Health Association is designed to provide health care leaders in rural/small communities of Indiana with networking and educational opportunities, as well as renewed motivation to tackle their challenging jobs. More information about joining IRHA and the opportunities.


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