Reducing Opioid Use Through Education (ROUTE + ONE) is a collaborative partnership between ONE TN and Powered by QuizTime. ROUTE + ONE is a grant-funded response to the opioid crisis in the state of Tennessee. ROUTE + ONE provides outreach and education to health care professionals.
ROUTE + ONE strives to enhance the wellness of all Tennessee citizens by combating addiction and saving lives.
In order to do this, ROUTE + ONE is committed to delivering a high-value, convenient mobile learning experience to doctors, nurses, and other health care professionals at their fingertips to promote best practices in pain management.
To benefit doctors, nurses, advanced practice providers, and other health care professionals, we are offering a seamless, on-demand Continuing Education opportunity that meets state licensing requirements.
Getting CE Credit
All Tennessee health professionals can enroll in ROUTE + ONE free of charge and participants will receive 0.25 practice specific credits for each question answered correctly on the first or second attempt. Up to 5 continuing education credits can be earned for the entire four-week learning module. In addition, the Tennessee State Health Professions Boards recognizes these credits as fulfilling licensing requirements for opioid education. PLEASE NOTE: This continuing education credit is currently for CME and CNE Only.
Working as ONE
To meet the challenge of educating thousands of health professionals across a large geographic area, the Tennessee Department of Health (TDH) turned to a team of clinicians, educators and information technologists at Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC). As part of this initiative, the TDH has also partnered with ONE Tennessee, a nonprofit organization whose goal is to improve patient care and safety for Tennesseans with acute and chronic pain, through collaboration and the promise of learning.
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The VUMC team has developed an innovative learning approach that delivers "micro-bites" of clinically relevant content to providers using a web app called QuizTime. In trials at VUMC related to opioid prescribing and other topics, this quizzing approach led to improved performance that was sustained for months. At VUMC and beyond, users rate the experience highly and would recommend it enthusiastically to their colleagues.
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