Education for systemic change in primary care
Education is a pillar of the mission and a core value of the Moses/Weitzman Health System, with educational opportunities offered for individual practitioners, organizational and entire healthcare systems. Educational opportunities with MWHS and our affiliate organizations are available through synchronous and asynchronous offerings, as well as joint sponsorships. We invite you to explore the educational offerings on primary care health, related and intersectional topics, designed for a variety of specific health care audiences and environments by experts and practitioners around our System.
Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI Certificate Program)
This innovative program guides your team through seven asynchronous team-based online learning workshops where you’ll general an action-oriented, organizational change plan ready for implementation at your organization.
MWHS Administrative Fellows
The MWHS Administrative Fellowship provides a 12-month, broad-based exposure to the operations and management of the MWHS affiliates and the Weitzman Institute. Fellows receive an in-depth, hands-on experience learning the inner workings of a complex, high quality, primary care, education, and research delivery system based in Connecticut and serving patients, practitioners, and students nationwide. While Fellows are based near Middletown, Connecticut, they work in-person and virtually to support sites throughout Connecticut and the System hubs in California, Colorado and Washington D.C. Applications for the 2025-26 program year open in June 2024.
A National First: Nurse Practitioner Residency Training Program at CHC
The American health care system faces unprecedented demand for primary care providers who are trained to organize and deliver care that is timely, safe, effective, affordable, and culturally competent. While Nurse practitioners are critically important primary care providers—especially in the FQHC environment—they have historically had to assume roles in primary care without the benefit of formal post-graduate residency training programs to support the transition from new nurse practitioner to primary care provider. To address this need, MWHS affiliate Community Health Center founded the country’s first formal residency training program for family nurse practitioners in 2007, which has now grown to include tracks for psychiatric mental health nurse practitioners, adult gerontology nurse practitioners, and pediatric nurse practitioners.