APS Learning Center

***PLEASE NOTE: This APS CourseServer site will be disabled on August 15, 2014. Please ensure that all coursework and purchases are completed prior to that date.***

Please print and/or save your CME certificates before ***August 15, 2014***. After that date, this site will be disabled and users will not be able to log in.



Welcome to CourseServer.com, Advanced Practice Strategies' eLearning center on the Web.

First time users purchasing courses should do the following:

  • Register with CourseServer
  • Select desired courses
  • Select and enter method of payment
  • Click on My Courses to begin chosen course of study

Returning users purchasing additional courses should do the following:

  • Log into CourseServer (see box on the right of this page)
  • Select desired courses
  • Select and enter method of payment
  • Click on My Courses to begin chosen course of study

To access courses, 24/7:

  • Log into CourseServer (see box on the right of this page)
  • Click on My Courses to begin chosen course of study

For group or volume purchases, please contact APS.

Featured Courses

  • Postpartum Hemorrhage: Obstetrical hemorrhage is the leading cause of maternal mortality. This course uses real case studies to provide a comprehensive overview of how and why abnormal bleeding can occur after childbirth, and how to respond to it.
  • Resident Supervision: This course provides both residents and attendings with the background knowledge to understand communication, teamwork, and resident oversight challenges. Click here to learn more.
  • For a full list of courses, click here.

First Time? Click here to register and purchase.

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APS eLearning provides users with the following:

  • Easy Access — log in from any Web-enabled computer
  • Flexibility — save your place and return days, weeks, or even months later
  • Permanent Results Tracking
  • CE and CME Accreditation

APS courses were developed in strategic partnership with organizational leaders in patient safety—including CRICO/RMF of the Harvard Medical Institutions and the Hospital Corporation of America.