CourseShare is an exclusive online destination promoting excellence in teaching by providing free learning materials and is available exclusively to HIM educators who are active AHIMA members of CAHIIM-accredited or PCAP-approved programs or those in candidacy. CourseShare is a peer-reviewed repository of materials and resources to enhance teaching strategies and support faculty professional development.
Request CourseShare access here: firstname.lastname@example.org
CourseShare is now hosted in the Learning Center. Upon verification, faculty will receive an individual key for one-time enrollment and may access as often as they wish thereafter.
Consider submitting your materials to earn continuing education credit!
The Academic Advisor is electronically distributed bi-monthly and includes:
Previous issues of the Academic Advisor are available in CourseShare.
AHIMA members may subscribe to the Academic Advisor and other AHIMA newsletters via their membership profile by selecting my communication preferences link. To learn more about Academic Advisor and other AHIMA newsletters: http://www.ahima.org/about/communications/newsletters
A private academic community in the AHIMA Engage Communities, this forum is where educators can start discussion threads with each other and share resources. This resource is available exclusively to HIM educators who are active AHIMA members.
Access to the AOE Engage Community will be granted if the following criteria are met.
Request AOE Engage Community access: email@example.com
Visit engage.ahima.org to sign in to the community
A series of workforce flyers targeted at students and employers are available for digital download at no cost to educators. These flyers provide information and best practices on educating and expanding the HIM professional workforce and the need for qualified HIM professionals. Three student versions are available, focusing on:
There are also brochures for current HIM professionals and for employers.
Perspectives in Health Information Management (PHIM)
PHIM is a scholarly, peer-reviewed journal, referred to by professors, professionals, public officials, industry leaders, and policy-makers.
Learn More about PHIM