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Mandatory Training Modules for UPMC Staff

Every day, the decisions and actions of UPMC staff members impact patients, communities, and the health care industry. As part of your commitment to excellence as a UPMC staff member, you are required to complete this education in order to keep you compliant with various laws, policies, and regulations, and to reaffirm our common goal to provide outstanding patient care in a positive and safe environment.

Before taking the training modules, confirm with your supervisor if there are additional trainings required for your UPMC facility. 

  • If you are a UPMC staff member working at a facility that utilizes the UPMC uLearn system, you must access the training modules through uLearn and your My HUB account in order to fulfill your requirement.
  • If you are a UPMC staff member working at a facility that does not utilize the UPMC uLearn system, or a designated non-staff member providing services, you may access the training modules through the links below. Remember to review the module and complete the accompanying assessment or acknowledgement. You must achieve a score of 80 percent or higher to fulfill your requirement. Print and return all confirmation pages indicating your assessment score and/or acknowledgement to your supervisor.

 

Mandatory Clinical Training Modules

Access the 2013 Mandatory Clinical Training Modules

EMTALA Training Modules

If you need additional assistance, contact the Learning and Development Team.

 

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