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COVID-19 Update, August 3, 2021
CPEP Seminars: Live, Interactive Video Education
In April of 2021, CPEP transitioned all seminars and courses to the CPEP LIVE™ (Live, Interactive, Video Education) format in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. That change allowed us to continue delivering high-impact, intensive education to healthcare professionals in a safe, timely, and effective manner. Same content, same faculty – new technology!
More than a year later, the feedback from hundreds of healthcare professionals has been overwhelmingly positive, and CPEP LIVE™ is here to stay. Going forward, essentially all CPEP seminars and courses will be held remotely. If public health conditions allow, CPEP may offer occasional “in-person” sessions for learners who require that approach.
For more information on CPEP LIVE™, please click here.
Most Skills/Competence Assessments Conducted Remotely
As is the case with our seminars, CPEP transitioned to Remote Competence Assessments, Reentry Evaluations, Screens and Re-eligibility Evaluations (“Remote Assessments”) in April of 2020. While this move was originally made due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it will remain our primary model for assessments moving forward. New processes leveraging available technology for remote testing and interviewing has resulted not only in enhanced safety, but greater convenience and reduced overall costs to participants. Feedback from both participants and referring organizations has been very positive as well.
Please note, assessments requiring technical simulations (e.g., surgical simulations, labor and delivery simulations) will still require an in-person component. In addition, CPEP may approve other in-person assessments on a case-by-case basis, and any in-person assessments will require travel to our Denver office.
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Have Questions? CPEP Offices and Contact Information
CPEP is closely monitoring the developments with COVID-19 and following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines as well as those of other state and local authorities. With that in mind, there are a few things our participants and healthcare organizations should be aware of.
Following recommendations and orders from the state of Colorado, the city of Denver, and Wake County, North Carolina, all CPEP staff in both Denver and Raleigh are working from home. Although callers may need to leave a message, staff continue to be available and responsive to e-mails and phone calls. Our Denver office can be reached at 303-577-3232, and the Raleigh office can be reached at 919-238-6436. Our general e-mail address is email@example.com and that account is monitored constantly throughout the day.
Assessment, Reentry, & Educational Interventions
Helping professionals demonstrate competence or address opportunities for improvement.
Professional Education Courses
High-impact courses and seminars. Designed to fulfill remedial education requirements of licensing and credentialing bodies or to simply boost critical skills.
Practice Monitoring Program
Ongoing quality of care reviews to meet licensing board requirements.