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; monthly webinars; small group discussions; and an in-person seminar series for social workers and chaplains. 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 are held in person. Webinars are presented live and available on demand. Small group discussion are held in person and by telephone.
This program welcomes professionals willing to travel to attend.
Coming Fall 2020
28 – 34
In-person conferences and seminars are held in the Chicago metropolitan area.
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