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Courses & Programs


Courses & Programs


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Professional Development in Communication and Supportive Care

This is a 6-month virtual, primary palliative care training program for interdisciplinary health care professionals who care for patients with serious, advanced illnesses. The comprehensive curriculum includes a full-day conference in-person and live-streamed, a half-day virtual communication skills workshop with simulated patients, mentored learning community sessions, weekly webinars, and half-day seminars for social workers and chaplains. Sessions are recorded for asynchronous learning. An extension course is available for physicians and advanced practice providers seeking specialty-level palliative care training.

Specialty-Level Palliative Care Webinar Series

This is a virtual webinar series on specialty-level palliative care topics for advanced practice providers, physicians, nurses, nursing students and medical residents who aspire to or currently work in palliative care. 11 webinars are presented 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.

Palliative Care Bootcamp for Students

The Palliative Care Bootcamp for Students is designed to introduce students in medicine, nursing, social work, chaplaincy, psychology, and occupational and physical therapy to a sampling of topics central to palliative care.

Dialogues about Supportive Care With Community Health Workers (CHW)

This is a collection of conversations between CHWs and Promotores/as de Salud and a psychologist, chaplain, and physician who have expertise in supportive care. Some dialogues are spoken in English and others in Spanish. They are intended to be used as supplemental resources in education and training programs.

Managing Pain During Serious Illness

This is a complimentary series of 3 CME/CE webinars presented on 11/15/2022, 11/29/2022 and 12/13/2022 at 11:00 am – 12:00 pm CT.
Speakers’ slides will be shared with participants. This webinar series will be available on demand in January 2023. This activity has been approved for 3 CME/CE credits.

In-Person CE Conference – Join us!

Psychological Tools to Support Complex Patient Care will teach teach providers how to incorporate the elements of trauma-informed care, resiliency, and communication practices to meet the unique needs of seriously ill patients. It will be held in Chicago at the lovely Malcolm X Conference Center with free on-site parking.


Tele-mentoring provides one-on-one consultation on matters relating to beginning, expanding or managing a supportive care program and professional development.

Clinical Hours

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.