Simulation Training: Build Skills to Lead
Real-Life Conversations That Change Lives

Earn A Certificate in Patient-Provider Communication

Complete 4 state-of-the-art virtual simulations and receive a Patient-Provider Skills Training Certificate and tools to confidently lead challenging conversations with your patients. What You'll Receive:

  • 4 Online Courses Offering Roadmaps for "Difficult" Conversations Around Mental Health and Substance Use
  • Evidence Based, Innovative, Game-Like Simulations With Virtual Humans
  • Strengthen Motivational Interviewing Skills and Gain Confidence to Lead Similar Conversations in Real-Life
  • Earn Up to 5.00 CME/CNE Credits
  • Patient-Provider Communication Skills Certificate Awarded Upon Completion of All 4 Activities
Courses Included in This Package

At-Risk in Primary Care

1.50 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM
1.50 ANCC Contact Hours


At-Risk in Primary Care—Adolescents

0.75 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM
0.75 ANCC Contact Hours


SBI Skills Assessment

0.75 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM
0.75 ANCC Contact Hours


SBI with Adolescents

2.00 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM
2.00 ANCC Contact Hours


Virtual Role-Play: Prep for Real-Life Patients

Participating in virtual CME from your home or office computer has never been quite so interactive.

With over 10 years of experience developing learning simulations, Kognito is the only company with health simulations listed in the National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP).

These are not your average case activities: Kognito uses gaming technology and incredibly lifelike virtual humans to create lmock clinical scenarios complete with role-play conversations between clinicians and patients.

The science of learning, the art of conversation, and the power of gaming technology combine in these learning simulations to supply a judgement-free zone for practice and feedback, which in turn helps clinicians build the confidence they need to initiate difficult patient conversations in real life.

Activities That Have Your Colleagues Talking. Hear What They Have to Say

"When you engage with these simulations, you have to really think about what you would say next or what would be the right strategy, and in...having to be really engaged, you learn something that you can apply pretty much every day in your practice. I was cynical initially about the role this technology could play....but it has a very important role in helping us scale our interventions with patients." —Adina Kalet, MD, MPH, Professor Medicine and Surgery and Director of Research on Medical Education Outcomes at NYU School of Medicine

"Though they're interacting with an avatar, it's very realistic and it very much replicates what happens in real life in clinical practices with people who may be at risk." —Deborah S. Finnell, Professor at Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing

"Staff and faculty who...[participate in] Kognito feel like they are really well prepared. They've practiced in a variety of different at-risk situations." —Kate Schaeffer, Profect Coordinator Alcohol & MH, Temple University

Handle Challenging Patient Conversations With Confidence Today.

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