Professional Development in Communication and Supportive Care (PDCSC) is an interdisciplinary palliative care training program for health care professionals who care for patients with serious, advanced illnesses. The training program consists of 3 full-day conferences (with one as an in-person option); webinars presented live with on-demand recordings; discussion-based sessions; and seminars for social workers, psychologists and chaplains. The curriculum is aligned with professional core competencies in palliative care. Learn from our team of 35+ expert palliative care clinicians and speakers. No prior palliative care experience is necessary. Experienced providers appreciate the knowledge and skill updates offered in this course.
Average, monthly, time commitment: 4-8 hours
Overview of Course Schedule
34 – 42 CE/CME is available at the end of the course only. Eligible participants will also receive a certificate of course completion.
Advanced practice practitioners and physicians who aspire to or currently work in palliative care may add-on the Specialty-Level Palliative Care (SPC) Webinar Series when registering for the PDCSC
Professional Development in Communication and Supportive Care (PDCSC)
September 29, 2023 – February 29, 2024
Specialty-Level Palliative Care Webinar Series
March 2024 – May 2024, weekly
34.75 – 42.25
On the registration form, participants will indicate if they prefer to attend the September conference in-person or virtually:
A) In-person on Friday, Sept. 29, 2023 at the Morton Arboretum in Lisle, Illinois OR
B) Virtually on Saturday, Sept.30, 2023
The conference agenda will be the same, and there is no additional fee to attend the in-person conference.
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