- 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 self-paced virtual course for interdisciplinary health care professionals caring for patients with COVID-19 and other serious, advanced illnesses. Participants will develop an awareness of strategies for increasing psychological flexibility, acceptance, and value-based living with the intention of enhancing patient-provider interactions, psychosocial well-being, and overall quality of life.
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.
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.