- Medical Residents
- Occupational Therapists
- Physical Therapists
- Physician Assistants
- Social Workers
This is a new collection of short, 30-40 minute, on-demand webinars for interdisciplinary health care providers and students seeking COVID-informed skills in topics ranging from pain and symptom management, resource allocation, conflict resolution, emotional intelligence and emotional contagion, and nursing home care ethics, and more.
This is a 10-week virtual webinar series on specialty-level palliative care topics for advanced practice providers and physicians who aspire to or currently work in palliative care. One-hour webinars are presented weekly, live on Zoom, by expert palliative care providers. Presentations are evidence-based and case-based. Participant interaction is encouraged. Recordings will be available on the course site on the Canvas Learning Management System at the University of Chicago throughout the course duration.
This is a 6-month palliative care training program for interdisciplinary health care professionals who care for patients with serious, advanced illnesses. The curriculum is entirely virtual and includes a communication skills workshop with simulated patients, mentored learning communities, and asynchronous webinars. An extension course is available for physicians and advanced practice providers seeking more specialty-level palliative care training.
This is a 5-month online course for Michigan health care providers, clergy, educators and public service leaders vested in improving the quality of life of persons with serious illness. It consists of 10 webinars, monthly case-based discussions, and weekly open office hours. Webinar recordings and speakers’ slides are available. Up to 15 CME/CE credits are available.
Tele-mentoring provides one-on-one consultation on matters relating to beginning, expanding or managing a supportive care program and professional development.
Clinical hours are an opportunity for one-on-one consultation with a highly experienced mentor in your field to discuss your clinical or case-based questions.