The RTTC provides training, support, and technical assistance for implementing, expanding, and evaluating these types of programs in rural health care settings. These toolkits and resources are free, comprehensive, and based on established evidence as well as feedback from experts, rural health care stakeholders, and rural community members.
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Telementoring, or technology-enabled mentoring, is the use of telecommunication technology to deliver training, education, and support that builds health care capacity. Telementoring shares best practices with rural and remote areas and increases the capacity of the health workforce in these communities
Hub-and-spoke model using videoconferencing to connect a team of subject-matter experts with community-based health care workers. Sessions include didactics, deidentified case presentations, and interactive discussion.
Structured one-on-one interactions through telephone or videoconference between a specialist and a health care worker to inform clinical care delivery
Live audiovisual expert presentations delivered by an individual or panel with a discussion and interactive question and answer component
Audio (or audio with visual enhancements) broadcasts distributed through the Internet and able to be consumed via platforms such as web pages and handheld devices
Online Modules and Curricula
Self-paced, self-directed learning through online modules that consist of a series of slides with or without accompanying audio
Community Health Clubs
Peer-to-peer support via the formation of facilitated health clubs consisting of health care workers that meet regularly to educate about a specific health care issue.