Join us for one of our virtual information sessions!
The Palliative Care Program hosts a series of virtual information sessions in the spring and fall.
Faculty will present an overview of the masters program and the graduate certification option. You'll have an opportunity to ask questions about program formats, time commitment, admissions details, and more!
Each session is tailored for one of three audiences:
Allied Health: Social Workers, Spiritual Care Professionals, and Psychologists
Nursing: Nurses and Nurse Practitioners
Physicians: Physicians and Physician Assistants
Please register for the session that best suites your needs, even if you're not sure you can attend.
All registrants receive an application fee waiver.
SESSIONS FOR SOCIAL WORKERS, SPIRITUAL CARE PROFESSIONALS, AND PSYCHOLOGISTS
SESSION FOR SOCIAL WORKERS, SPIRITUAL CARE PROFESSIONALS, AND PSYCHOLOGISTS
SESSIONS FOR INDIVIDUALS INTERESTED IN THE COMMUNITY HOSPICE AND PALLIATIVE MEDICINE FELLOWSHIP
Those interested in the Community Based-Hospice and Palliative Medicine Fellowship are welcome to attend a Session for Physicians and Advanced Practice Providers. Please note that to be eligible for the fellowship, you must be admitted to the MSPC program and have successfully completed 3 semesters.