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Professional Healthcare Training
PCC Institute for Health Professionals offers the highest quality training opportunities in the Portland, Oregon region with national and international clients. Our commitment is to provide first-class education including entry-level training for aspiring healthcare professionals, certification programs, and continuing healthcare education.
At PCC Institute for Health Professionals you can:
- Start your career in an in-demand healthcare field
- Advance or refresh your knowledge and skills
- Prepare for national healthcare professional exams
- Complete comprehensive certification programs
- Customize training for your healthcare organization
American Heart Association
American Heart Association (AHA) and cardiology-focused continuing education courses.
Emergency Medicine and Critical Care
Pre-hospital and in-hospital emergency medicine and critical care training.
Develop understanding and skills in complementary therapies such as nutrition, herbalism, Ayurveda, and more.
Mental and Behavioral Health
Acquire CEUs and learn the latest skills and best practices in mental and behavioral health.
From the IHP Blog
- Meet Your Instructor: Robyn Gobbel
- Sat, 05 Jan 2019
- Robyn Gobbel is part of the Institute for Health Professionals team at PCC and an instructor with the Interpersonal Neurobiology program.
- How the Sister Sciences of Yoga and Ayurveda Overlap
- Wed, 26 Dec 2018
Both yoga and Ayurveda have their roots in India, where they are commonly practiced as ways to improve the health of both the body and mind and prepare oneself for liberation. Though each of these sciences has been used for thousands of years, they have become more popular in Western cultures over the past few decades. By 2020, it is estimated that the Yoga industry in the US will reach $11.6 billion and the global Ayurveda market is not far behind. From a variety of yoga studios to herbs, spices and essential oils, the value of these practices is blossoming across the United States.
- Interest in a career in Clinical Research? 3 Key Things You Need to Know.
- Tue, 18 Dec 2018
Clinical Research Associates (CRAs) have a vital role in the healthcare industry. They help advance medical knowledge and patient care by monitoring clinical trials, ensuring compliance with trial protocol, reviewing case report forms and working closely with clinical research coordinators (CRCs). In some cases, the success of clinical trials rely heavily on the skills and competence of the CRA.
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