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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, providers, or their employer, will have to pay a course fee to take these courses and start engaging in online classes and tutorials.

That depends on the course, however, the great part about our courses is- the majority of the courses offered are conducted one hundred percent online. This means that unless you have a clinical practicum, a lab or a workshop to complete,  you will never have to step foot outside of your home to attend a lecture, class or session. Everything will be delivered to you on this platform via online so you can complete it at your own pace, at your own convenience through your laptop, PC, or smartphone.

Simply go to the homepage on this website and click on Register under the course you want to take.

Yes, providers are not required to complete a group of courses unless it is a specialization series. Providers can choose whichever course interests them the most or is most relevant to them and finish it at their own pace and convenience. Providers are free to take a single course or indulge in multiple courses. Learn brilliantly!

Yes, providers need not be members of the IPA to complete a course or a group of courses unless it is a specialization series exclusive to IPA members.  Providers are free to take a single course or indulge in multiple courses as guests, or save money by joining and being a member. Learn brilliantly!

No, you pay for the course one (1) time, in the beginning and have lifetime access to that course, as long as IPA offers that course. There are no hidden costs associated with the courses.

Absolutely! Providers can access the courses from anywhere in the world. In fact, IPA creates courses with closed caption in multiple languages so providers all around the world can raise the bar in unison with one another.

Most of the courses are one (1) to two (2) hours, however, there are courses and conferences that go into the days with several hours and multiple credit hours of educational contact.

You do not need to download any particular software or learning management system to start or complete the course. You only need a computer with a reliable internet connection, and the time to dedicate to your future.

You only need time, a laptop, computer, tablet or smartphone and an internet connection.

You do not need to have any prior experience, knowledge or preparation before taking any of these courses. The purpose of these courses and the specialization courses is to build your knowledge and understanding of a particular topic, allowing one to expand beyond one’s own self-imposed limitations, further challenging one on their existing capabilities.

You will receive a higher education on a particular subject matter, in addition to Continuing Medical Education Contact Credits from the University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine, Office of Continuing Medical Education for having completed the course and passing the test. This training will help you obtain a deeper understanding of the topic and enable you to apply this knowledge in the practical arena effectively leading to greater success.

Every course offered by the IPA, and IPA.Education is accredited through a Joint-Providership with the University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine, Office of Continuing Medical Education and is certified as  AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Therefore, ALL LICENSED HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS CAN USE THIS CONTACT TOWARDS THEIR ANNUAL CME/CE/CEU REQUIREMENTS. You can inquire more about this from your institution or university.

Yes, for IPA members. For more information on financial aid, please reach out to your membership coordinator or your local IPA Membership Delegate.

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