Education and Training for Health Care Professionals

Learning is an ongoing process, especially in today's fast-changing health care environment.

At UPMC, we're committed to providing the educational and training resources our health care professionals need to be their best. We encourage our physicians, nurses, advanced practice providers, and allied health professionals to take advantage of these opportunities.

Continuing Education Resources for Health Care Professionals

UPMC Physician Resources Free online CME courses for physicians on a variety of medical topics.
Center for Continuing Education in the Health Sciences Live and online educational training for physicians and other health care providers.
School of Nursing Continuing Education Office On-site and online continuing education programs for nurses, advanced practice nurses, nurse educators, and nurse administrators.
Internet-based Studies in Education and Research Online training modules — some offering continuing education credits — for physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and other health care professionals.

Learning and Professional Development Opportunities

Residencies and Fellowships A full range of accredited residency and fellowship programs at UPMC.
Advanced Practice Providers​​ Education and professional development programs for nurse anesthetists, physician assistants, and other advanced practice providers.
Allied Health Continuing education and career development pathways for allied health professionals and the prehospital care community.
Nursing Career and professional development opportunities and training programs for every level of nursing.
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine Degree, nondegree, and enrichment programs for clinicians and researchers.

 

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