EthosCE Learning Management System I Continuing Medical Education

400,000+ health professionals have earned over 6 million continuing education (CE) credits using EthosCE Learning Management System.

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EthosCE PRO

Software-as-a-Service

One monthly low price. One powerful LMS. Our most popular and economical plan for most medical associations, academic CME centers, and healthcare systems.

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Open Source

One powerful learning management system fully customized to your brand, feature sets, and source code. Ideal for large associations, academic centers, and health systems.

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+Easy-to-Use and Affordable

+Branded Interface

+Unlimited Learners & Courses

+Mobile-Friendly

+Graded Assessments & Evaluations

+Personal Profiles & CE Transcripts

+ACCME PARS, CE Broker, CPE Monitor

+24/7 Reporting

+SCORM, Tin Can & Digital Media Support

+e-Commerce & Shopping Cart

+Fully Hosted or Open Source Versions

+Expert Help Desk and Onsite Training

+Integrations with 3rd Party Applications

+Data Migration

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Introduction to the ANCC Nursing Activity Reporting System (NARS)

The ANCC Nursing Activity Reporting System (NARS) is a system provided by the American Nurses Credentialing Center. This web-based portal allows accredited organizations to report their activities to the ANCC every year, which is a requirement of accreditation. The new NARS is designed to make the collection and reporting of this data as simple and streamlined as possible. It's required to submit a report to the ANCC via NARS every year starting in 2018 in order to retain your organization's accredited status, so you need to get familiar with the new system. Here are some tips to help you get started.

Inputting Data into the Nursing Activity Reporting System

The easiest way to keep track of your organization's activities is to enter information about them into the new NARS as soon as possible. You can use the web-based interface to add activities as soon as you schedule them. When the activity occurs, you can update the entry with more information. For organizations that prefer to track their activities using a spreadsheet or XML file, it is possible to upload a batch of activities stored in these formats into the NARS using the...

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5 Tips for Designing an Engaging and Effective LMS Training

Professional development and training of any kind proves to be most effective when the trainees can stay engaged and make the connection to “why” of what they are learning.  This holds especially true when training staff on a complex tool such as a learning management system (LMS).  Here are 5 helpful tips for developing a successful training curriculum.

1. Outline the learning objectives

Laying out the learning objectives prior to developing the training sets the LMS training’s foundation.  These learning objectives should outline what skills or knowledge you wish your trainees to walk away with after training.  The learning objectives should also be concise, measurable, and achievable for the amount of training time allotted.  Good learning objectives will not only define the knowledge goals but will also aid in the design of your assessment and training activities.  Plan on presenting the learning objectives to your LMS trainees at start of the training.

2. Introducing the desired end-user workflow first

Learning to build an activity or update pages in an LMS with little understanding of how people will navigate through it is like trying to build a house without observing a model of what the homeowners should see and experience when living in it. Giving your...

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