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The U.S. health care system is undergoing monumental change. For primary care providers and systems, that means increased responsibility to improve health outcomes, meet multiple metrics of success, address social determinants of health — and more.

Launched in 1993, PCDC partners with practices and organizations to solve these and other challenges. Expert facilitators and curriculum development specialists provide hands-on, interactive trainings that impact every aspect of care delivery, including state and local associations, health systems, direct care providers, and administrators. PCDC’s curricula are fully customizable to address the unique needs of each client and patient population. Request more information here.

Trainings can be offered remotely or onsite at the client location, depending on needs and preference.

Preview PCDC’s most popular trainings below, or view more in each topic area to visit a full list of offerings.

Health Care Essentials and Care Management

  • Addressing the Social Determinants of Health
  • Essentials of Care Management
  • Trauma and Trauma-Informed Care
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Behavioral Health Integration

  • Care Management and Team-Based Care
  • Making a 30-Minute Visit a Reality
  • Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment
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Sexual and Reproductive Health

  • Addressing Sexual Health in Primary Care
  • Culturally Competent Care for LGBTQ Populations
  • Motivational Interviewing for Sexual Health
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HIV Testing, Treatment, and Prevention

  • Addressing HIV in Sexual Health History Taking
  • Collecting Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Data
  • Integrating and Expanding HIV Testing
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Training Spotlight

At BronxCare Health System, internal medicine residents participated in a half-day team-based care training led by PCDC. In just four hours, participants learned about team-based care for patients with multiple chronic conditions, defined team roles, and articulated the advantages of team-based care for both providers and patients. The training combined hands-on activities, group brainstorming sessions, and lecture, designed to engage all learning styles.

“This training opened my eyes in ways I didn’t expect [by] providing practical, real-world approaches to team-based care. I’m eager to take these new skills back to my own work,” a participant said.

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Meet the Lead Trainers

Yael S. Lipton, MPH, MCHES
Training and Curriculum Development Specialist
Sarahjane Rath, MPH, CHES
Training and Curriculum Development Specialist
Andrew Philip, PhD, LP
Senior Director, Clinical & Population Health

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