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Learning Hub is a learning management system (used by all Prisma Health employees, contract workers, students and volunteers) that provides you with important healthcare modules required to begin your faculty, staff or scholar role (HIPAA, infection control, patient rights, etc.). All assigned modules must be completed prior to your rotation start date. Due dates listed in Learning Hub are not relevant for students, faculty, staff or scholars.
Learning Hub works best using Google Chrome browser. Issues have been reported by users of Internet Explorer, Safari and Firefox.
Prisma Health Student Affairs Administration will register you for Learning Hub. If you have any issues relating to logging in or completing modules, please email Student Affairs. DO NOT email LMS Help.
Please note, UofSC School of Medicine Greenville students in the classes of 2022 – 2024 will use their SMS numbers to log into Learning Hub.
Please note: You have a limited number of chances to pass the tests associated with the modules. You do, however, have the ability to view each test attempt to see which questions you missed prior to taking the test again. You may do this by selecting the dropdown arrow beside “Retake.” Select “Review” and then “View Training Details.”
Completing the compliance checklist:
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The following instructions are for current Prisma Health employees who are also participating in an academic experience (e.g. clinical rotations for advanced degrees or shadowing for future career advancement).
Please Note: Employees are strongly encouraged to submit the Attestation Form a minimum of two weeks prior to their rotation in order to avoid a delayed start date. Please note that the processing of this form by Employee Health can be delayed during high-patient volume times (i.e., flu season).
How to complete the compliance checklist:
If you are a Prisma Health employee, enter your 7-digit Employee ID number in the “new value” box.
Students who are NOT employees, should enter “N/A” in the “new value” box.
A 2021-22 version of the flu vaccine will be provided by Employee Health in the fall of each year. Please enter 11/01/2021 as the value for this item in your compliance checklist. You will need to add a placeholder (blank) document in order for the item to clear on your account.
You will need to update this item when you receive the 2021-22 vaccine and change the renewal date to 11/01/2022.
A 2021-22 version of the flu vaccine will be provided by UofSC Student Health Services in the fall of each year. Please enter 11/01/2021 as the value for this item in your compliance checklist. You will need to add a placeholder (blank) document in order for the item to clear.
You will update this item when you receive the 2021-22 vaccine and change the renewal date to 11/01/2022.
Please submit the background report that was completed during the application process. Enter the date the report was completed in the “New Value” box.
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Please submit your driver’s license state and number in the following format: SC 123456789. If you do not have a driver’s license, you may use your passport number or an official photo ID number.
M1 students: please select the “n/a” box for this item as you will receive your Prisma Health badges at orientation. You will be required to update this information after orientation.
What is Required:
Receiving the COVID-19 vaccine is optional.
Epic is the electronic medical record (EMR) system used by Prisma Health. In order to gain access to this program, you must complete modules in Learning Hub. These modules will not automatically be assigned to your account; you must search for and self-assign them. Please note, if you completed a module previously, you will not be required to take it again.
M1 & M2 Students: EPIC Clinical View Only M3 & M4 Students: EPIC E-Learnings Medical Students 100 and EPIC Ambulatory Physician
This item is only for M3 and M4 students.
Respiratory fit testing is required for M3 and M4 students only. Testing is completed by UofSC Student Health Services each year.
Respiratory fit testing will be completed by Employee Health during orientation.
UofSC School of Medicine’s Office of Student Affairs will upload copies of the background check report completed during the AMCAS application process. You do not need to submit anything in this section.
Please use this section to list any of the following that may apply:
You may also select the “n/a” button in that section if none are applicable.
This must be completed annually. Navigate to the “Documents” tab of your mCE compliance checklist.
Enter your mobile phone number (with area code) in the “new value” box of your compliance checklist.
M1 students will complete BLS certification in the fall. M3 students will complete ACLS certification.
Providing your vehicle’s information is necessary to receive a parking permit for the UofSC School of Medicine parking garage. If you will not be driving to campus, you may select the “N/A” button in these sections.
Your locker assignment will be provided at a later date. You may leave this item blank for now.
What’s Required (one of the following):
Navigate to the “Documents” tab of your mCE compliance checklist. The UofSC SOMC requires the following documents to either be signed or consented to annually:
Enter your AAMC ID number in the compliance checklist.
803-434-2431 (Midlands) 864-454-2358 (Upstate)
For students who are current or were previous volunteers at Prisma Health: Please complete the Volunteer Attestation form and email it to the email address listed on the document. Once it is returned, it is the student’s responsibility to upload the form to their mCE checklist as well as update the “New Value” boxes.
CITI training is required for students participating in research. If this item is not on your compliance checklist, you are not required to complete this training.
Click the following link for instructions: CITI Training
Your photo will be used for your Prisma Health identification badge. The photo must be saved in JPEG format and follow the same requirements as a passport photo:
DO NOT use a picture of your ID or passport. These often have a hologram and do not print clearly. Selfies are acceptable as long as they follow the same requirements as listed above. Note: If for any reason Prisma Health Badge Security Office decides the photograph uploaded is not acceptable, you will have to take a new photograph upon arrival to their department. Uploading a clear photo in mCE will save you time in the long run.