Release date: November 26, 2018
BPCC’s OnDemand™ is now offering the course, “The Ten Tenets of Healthy Lifestyles and Financial Health,” and is available to anyone, anytime, and anywhere.
The course, designed to educate people on effective ways to keep from physically, emotionally and spiritually dying young, focuses on ten very important lifestyle tenets and how to incorporate them into your wellness structure. The tenets include brain health, healthy relationships, spirituality, stress management, sleep fitness, nutrition and gut health, hormonal balance, body movement, financial health
Instructors for the course are Dr. Karen M. Pendleton and Dr. John J. Ward.
- Pendleton earned a Doctor of Medicine degree from Tulane University School of Medicine, 1984; completed Ophthalmology Residency, 1993 and Fellowship training in Cornea and Refractive Surgery, 1994 at the LSU Eye Center, both institutes in New Orleans, LA.
- Ward earned a Doctor of Medicine degree from LSU Shreveport School of Medicine, 1981; completed Orthopedic Surgery Residency, 1987 and Fellowship training in Orthopedic Surgical Oncology, 1988 at the University of Alabama, Birmingham, AL.
The cost of the BPCC OnDemand™ course is $110, and upon completion, participants will receive a certificate and be eligible for a complimentary 30-minute Health History Consultation with Dr. Pendleton. To register, visit https://www.bpccondemand.com.
BPCC OnDemand™ is a Learning Management System (LMS) that delivers non-credit, customizable, and self-paced online training. BPCC has created an accelerated and modernized approach and is instantly available to anyone, anytime, and anywhere.
BPCC OnDemand™ mutually benefits both individuals and companies. Individuals benefit by gaining the credentials they need to be competitive in their field while employers benefit by utilizing a professional development platform that is cost effective, user friendly, and customizable. The BPCC OnDemand™ team has the capability to create virtually any type of training to meet employers’ needs.