Continuing Education for the Healthcare Team

To reach the growing population of NPs and PAs, CE Alliance has created Practicing Clinicians Exchange (PCE), the national leader in education for NPs and PAs. Through this unique educational platform PCE provides live, enduring, and online activities tailored to the needs of these frontline clinicians.
As the role of the pharmacist has expanded beyond dispensing medication, CE Alliance has been committed to delivering high-quality education to support the growth of the profession. CE Alliance has been accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) as a provider of continuing pharmacy education since 2001.
Recognized as a provider of high-quality CME for over a decade, CE Alliance’s educational approach incorporates the latest adult learning principles and robust outcomes measurements to enhance the continuing professional development of primary care physicians and specialists.

CE Alliance Activities
  
Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants

All activities are featured at the Practicing Clinicians Exchange (PCE) Web site, practicingclinicians.com

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Featured Activities
  
PCE Online Symposium ProceedingsPCE Online Symposium Proceedings
PCE 2014 Online Symposium Proceedings is based on a series of CME lectures presented in May 2014 designed for nurse practitioners (NPs) and physician assistants (PAs). Each interactive presentation is a CME-accredited activity.


e-Course: Managing Patients With Taxane- and Anthracycline-Pretreated, HER2-Negative, METASTATIC BREAST CANCER: BALANCING EFFICACY AND SAFETY Options are limited for women with refractory metastatic breast cancer, but chemotherapy remains an important component of treatment. Three breast cancer experts present recent developments for heavily pretreated patients.

Treatment of Hepatitis C Virus Infection With Triple Therapy: ANTICIPATING & MANAGING SIDE EFFECTS
This online continuing medical education series reviews best practices for treating patients with HCV infection, including patients coinfected with HIV and HCV, monitoring of treatment side effects, adjusting the regimen when needed, and implementing tactics that may improve patient adherence to therapy.

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