Educating Healthcare Providers About Care Management for Patients with Huntington’s Disease.

HSG Members are world experts in caring for individuals and families impacted by Huntington’s disease. The HSG wants to share its knowledge with as many healthcare professionals and care providers as possible, so HD families have access to quality care in their community. The Huntington Study Group’s popular CME4HD program provided at the annual HSG conference is now available online, anytime, anywhere – for FREE.

This program was planned and implemented by the North American Center for Continuing Education, LLC (NACCME) and the Huntington Study Group (HSG), and is made possible, in part, by independent educational grants from TEVA Pharmaceuticals (2019 lecture courses) and Genentech (2020 interactive case studies).

Creating Your Free HSG Learning Account

Click here to register for an account on our learning management system (Litmos), which hosts the CME4HD Online program. Fill in the form, and enter CME4HD in the Code field.

Once you have completed the initial registration, you will receive an email from Litmos to activate your account. When registering your account, be sure your first name and last name are correctly entered. You should also make sure to include any professional licenses or certifications in the appropriate profile field. The license and/or certification will be pulled into the completion certificate that is generated when you finish each course.

Logging into the HSG Learning Management System

Click the following link to open the HSG Litmos login page

Accessing the CME4HD Courses

Once logged in, click on the Content Library link. From the Content Library, click on the Learning Path button to view the available Learning paths. The following Learning Paths are available to all learner accounts:

2023 Edition

This 2023 updated release to the online curriculum is designed for healthcare professionals, including social workers, nurses, and neurologists, who provide care to patients with Huntington’s Disease. It is designed to provide a more self-paced experience for the learner on 8 core didactic modules, with 7 associated case studies.

HMP Education has designated all activities in this learning path for a maximum total of 5.0 credits. Learners should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

About CME4HD Courses

Each learning path is broken down into separate courses, which may be taken in any order. Each course is further broken out into individual modules. Modules within a course must be completed in order to be considered complete per accreditation requirements. Modules will include an Overview document with course-specific objectives and faculty disclosures, a video of the learning content presentation, a post-test quiz requiring at least 70% score to pass, and an evaluation.

The program can be completed on a computer, tablet, or mobile device, but at times you may choose to rotate your tablet or mobile device to see the entire screen more easily.

Earning Professional Credits

In order to receive an official certificate documenting earned credits, you must complete all modules for each course. Certifications can be downloaded by clicking on the Achievements link from the menu. If you have any questions, please contact the HSG at info@hsglimited-org.

CME4HD 2023 Edition is supported by an independent educational grant from Genentech.