First-of-its-Kind Fully Online Advanced Practice RN Certificate in Palliative Care
Jun 16, 2014 - 12:33:16 PM
The CSU Institute for Palliative Care's Executive Director, Helen McNeal, said, "Participants will walk away from this course with a variety of new skills, a new appreciation for the power of palliative care, and a renewed sense of purpose and confidence to continue our important work in hospice and palliative care."
What sets this program apart?
"This is a comprehensive online course designed by experts in palliative care. It is not a condensed, abbreviated or in any way a reduced online version of a typical series of classroom courses," said McNeal.
If the participant is currently employed and working in palliative care, the institute will work with the participant and their supervisor to arrange their own unique fellowship program. The Fellowship will run concurrent with the coursework for the APRN and will give the participant the added benefit of direct supervision hours not required by the certificate. Learn more about the fellowship option on the website.
For more details, or to register, please contact Cindy Gordon at: 760.750.4020 9AM - 4PM PST.
Learn more at: Advanced Practice RN Certificate in Palliative Care with Optional Fellowship
About the CSU Institute for Palliative Care
The CSU Institute for Palliative Care is America's first statewide educational and workforce development initiative dedicated to palliative care. The Institute offers professional development and continuing education courses designed to enhance the skills of current and future health care professionals. It also delivers customized corporate educational and community awareness programs designed to increase awareness of palliative care across California and around the nation. In addition to the hospice and palliative care programs offered, the Institute has made the eBook - Caregiver's Handbook available on its website at no charge.
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