About Practicing Clinicians Exchange

Practicing Clinicians Exchange (PCE) is an innovative, multisupported, multichannel educational initiative created specifically for nurse practitioners (NPs) and physician assistants (PAs). Launched in 2006, this unique continuing education program provides live, home study, and Internet-based educational opportunities designed to meet the real-world clinical needs of NPs and PAs.

PCE Symposia Include:

  • A full day of complimentary continuing education credits
  • Robust Q&A after each presentation
  • Meet the Experts: one-on-one consultations with faculty
  • Clinical workshops: hands-on sessions for smaller groups
  • Follow-up home study content delivered upon completion of live meetings

PCE Online Continuing Education for NPs and PAs
to Receive CE & CME Credits

Our featured programs:
  • e-Courses
  • e-Newsletters
  • e-Cases
  • On-demand webcasts
  • Live video activities
  • Disease state reviews

Online Offerings

PCE website offers:
  • Video highlights with expert faculty
  • Everything you need to know about nurse practitioners and physician assistants
  • Online resource center with useful professional links
  • Special section devoted to NP and PA oncology specialists
  • Slide presentations from PCE Symposium Series
  • Educational surveys
  • e-Visory Board
  • Daily posts on current therapeutic affairs

Why We Do What We Do

Significant and persistent changes are occurring in today's healthcare environment. Fewer physicians are practicing in primary care and many are about to retire; the baby boomer generation as a patient population is growing; and current-day economics are influencing staffing options in primary care offices. These changes are culminating in a compensatory increase in the national demand for NPs and PAs. Extensive market research conducted by PCE led to the creation of this educational initiative. Currently, PCE is the only significant national CE & CME program created specifically for the educational needs and goals of nurse practitioners and physician assistants.

Disclaimer: The materials presented here do not necessarily reflect the views of Continuing Education Alliance, Practicing Clinicians Exchange, or companies that provide educational support for programming on practicingclinicians.com. These activities may include discussion of therapeutic products that have not been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration and off-label uses of approved products. Readers should verify all information and data before treating patients or implementing any therapies described in these educational activities. © 2017 Continuing Education Alliance and Practicing Clinicians Exchange. All Rights Reserved. Terms and Conditions.