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The Gut-Brain Axis and How Digestion Impacts Patients’ Mental Health

Posted by PCC Institute for Health Professionals on October 28, 2016

The relationship between the digestive system and a person’s psychological state is commonly referred to as “Gut-Brain” Axis. Essentially, what we eat and how it affects our gastrointestinal functions influence our brain health. This can manifest in the form of stress, anxiety, or even depression. More formally referred to as the Enteric Nervous System, this extensive highway of neurons, chemicals and hormones can also be described as our “second brain.”

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Topics: Healthcare, Mental & Behavioral Health

5 Mental and Behavioral Health Courses Every Healthcare Professional Could Benefit From Taking

Posted by PCC Institute for Health Professionals on September 09, 2016

As a healthcare professional, you will work with a variety of cultural groups, patient populations, and varying psychological diagnoses. Therefore, taking advantage of mental and behavioral health courses to improve your knowledge and skills will increase your success when working with different groups of people. The PCC Institute for Health Professionals offers five mental and behavioral health courses that can improve your competency as a healthcare professional.

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Topics: Professional Development, Healthcare, Mental & Behavioral Health, Communications

Why Every Healthcare Professional Needs Cultural Competency Training — Whether Required or Not

Posted by PCC Institute for Health Professionals on July 19, 2016

Cultural competence in the healthcare field enables medical professionals to bridge the gap in cross-cultural situations which ensures each and every patient receives adequate attention and gets their needs met. Without cultural competency training, the risk of failed care is high. This is why every healthcare professional needs cultural competency training.

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Topics: Healthcare, Mental & Behavioral Health, Communications

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