US-Based “Advanced eClinical Training” Announces “Allied Health Certification Courses” for Pre-Medical Students

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New York, New York–(Newsfile Corp. – July 19, 2022) – U.S.-accredited online clinical training platform “Advanced eClinical Training” has launched its affordable online health certification courses, accessible and convenient for pre-medical students. Its mission is to provide pre-med students with valuable certification and expert clinical training before taking their industry certification exam. It helps them gain the essential healthcare experience required for their career aspirations in the industry during their undergraduate education without disrupting their formal school schedule.

Advanced eClinical training aims to provide students with the necessary skills and experience, but also to address the continuing shortage of qualified clinical assistants and support personnel across the United States. The shortage of manpower in the health sector affects timely patient care and medical assistance. A recent study identifies an insufficient number of graduate students as one of the main reasons for this shortage. “Advanced Clinical Education Online” specifically addresses this issue by making healthcare certification courses affordable and accessible to all pre-med students and ensuring their availability for industry.

Courses are designed as flexible, on-demand virtual learning certification programs that are immersive and experiential to provide students with the opportunity to interact with their own patients online. Programs include credible and valuable pre-health certifications accredited by the Department of Education for Clinical Physician Assistants, Patient Care Technicians, Pharmacy Technicians, Physical Therapy Technicians, and certificate courses for research clinical and medical terminology. They also include a wide range of mentorship programs. Advanced eClinical training is committed to impacting both the education and clinical roles of students by ultimately trying to bridge the clinical experience gap.

The idea of ​​“advanced eClinical training” was born from the difficulties faced by its founders during their pre-health training in 2015. They had no way to gain essential healthcare experience during their schooling to prepare for their industry certification exam in order to obtain national certification. accredited certifications. Their commitment to ensuring that no pre-med student will face this difficulty in the future led to the creation of this platform. Today, they have a 100% enrollment rate in their courses and have a reputation for providing credible and genuine help to thousands of pre-med students to achieve their professional dream.

“We were both pre-health students at some point in our lives. Five years ago we dealt with the same problem of inaccessible and unaffordable options for gaining healthcare experience. And today Today, through our initiative, ‘Advanced eClinical Training’, we are able to provide more genuine and credible help to students who are currently facing the same problem. We train and certify competent students. We have a rate of 100% employment. Our students enter the labor market directly,” Shabnam Safarzadeh and Shaghayegh Safarzadeh, the co-founders of the initiative, share their story.

‘Advanced eClinical Training’ was established in 2020 and is headquartered in New York. Its paramedic certification courses are designed for undergraduate pre-health and post-baccalaureate students. It enjoys endorsement and accreditation from a wide range of institutions and organizations, including the New Hampshire State Department of Education, the Clinical Research Accreditation Council, and the Education (ACCRE), National HealthCareer Association (NHA), Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB), and American Medical Certification Association (AMCA), among others.

Media Contact:
Name: Shaghayegh Safarzadeh
Email: [email protected]

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