The Long COVID and Fatiguing Illness Recovery Program (LC&FIRP) quarterly courses are CDC-funded asynchronous learning sessions being offered by Family Health Centers of San Diego, the ECHO Institute, the University of Washington, the University of New Mexico and the University of Colorado. Quarterly Course 4, which is now open, is a 45-minute, self-paced course intended to rapidly disseminate Post-COVID Conditions (PCC) and Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS) findings and emerging best practices.
Quarterly Course 4 consists of four modules, each featuring an interactive activity following the course content. These activities were created in Articulate Storyline, which is software used for creating interactive online learning experiences. The activities ask learners to engage with the content of the module in an interactive format. For example, Module 1 has a click-and-drag activity that asks participants to identify whether displayed symptoms are examples of brain fog or cognitive red flags.
“This format offers a low stakes way for learners to engage with a lot of course content at once without it feeling like a test,” said Garrett Ruzicka, ECHO Colorado Instructional Designer.
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