Professional Development in Communication and Supportive Care is a 6-month, primary palliative care training program for interprofessional health care professionals who care for patients with serious, advanced illnesses. Training is evidence-based and incorporates interdisciplinary approaches to care. It is comprehensive, affordable and accessible for busy health care professionals.
The program consists of 3 full-day conferences; 3 half-day seminars for social workers and chaplains; 2 live webinars monthly; and small group discussions. A communication skills workshop with simulated patient encounters and real-time feedback from instructors and peers and a mindfulness workshop are included in the conferences.
The conferences and seminars will be held on Zoom or in-person, TBD, with health precautions as top priority during COVID-19. Webinars are presented live and available on demand. Small group discussion are held on Zoom or in-person.
This program welcomes professionals willing to travel to attend.
September 14, 2020 – February 22, 2021
28 – 34
In-person conferences and seminars are held in the Chicago metropolitan area.
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