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Featured Training Courses
You will be required to sign in to Therigy Knowledge Network to access these training modules.
This course is designed for specialty pharmacy staff who will use the non-clinical and clinical activities within TherigySTM.
Referral Manager provides a reliable way to support the management, tracking, and reporting of referrals.
This course is designed for those individuals who need to create reports from data collected within TherigySTM using TherigyInsights.
This course teaches users how to customize Therigy-created questions and answers and create new assessments.
Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT)
TherigySTM's training approach seeks to engage users early in the training experience, retain their attention and interest throughout, and allow them to interact with their instructor and fellow participants. Users can sign up for as many courses as needed
Open Virtual Training Sessions sessions are conducted via Adobe Connect and are offered at various times and days to accommodate our clients' scheduling and business needs. Led by Therigy’s Trainer, the Open Virtual Training Sessions instruct new users how to use the system based on their roles within the pharmacy. To register for an Open Virtual Training Session, please select the appropriate training module below (you must be signed in to the Therigy Knowledge Network to register):
TherigySTM (for PCCs and Clinicians)
Designed for PCCs and Clinicians (RPh & RN)Register
TherigyOnboard (Referral Manager)
Designed for Intake Coordinators and/or PCCsRegister
Designed for those individuals who create reportsRegister
Interactive and Multimedia Tutorials
Our multimedia tutorials put you in the driver's seat of your learning experience. These modular, self-directed videos contain short, 1-3 minute demos that you can engage with in your moment of need.
This technique, called microlearning, combats learner boredom and disengagement through short, focused sessions that are conveniently tailored for participants’ hectic schedules and require little interruption of normal work activities. What’s more, microlearning is better for knowledge retention, as it matches the brain’s working memory and attention span.
Featured Interactive and Multimedia Tutorials
Getting to Know TherigySTM
Animated video providing an overview of TherigySTM's framework and workflow
Activity Queue Features
This interactive video highlights the features of TherigySTM's activity queue.
Editing an Existing Activity
Interactive tutorial that takes you step-by-step through the process of editing an activity or assessment.