If you’re a social worker, nurse, chaplain, or other healthcare professional involved in palliative care, please check out our growing list of professional programs. We are constantly updating and adding to our palliative care knowledge base so that you and your organization are using the best practices in palliative care.
Corporate Training Now Available
We are now providing customized programs for our corporate clients. Whether your organization is in healthcare or any other field, an educated workforce is a more productive workforce. We've recently partnered with companies like Datron and Kaiser Permanente to co-present important palliative care education to employees. See this recent news release to learn more or contact us to discover how we can customize a palliative care program for you.
Social Workers - Special Event
If you're a social worker interested in improving your palliative care skills, sign up for our FREE Post-MSW Certificate in Palliative Care Webinar, Thursday April 17th at 11am Pacific. Gary Gardia will be hosting this event to give you an overview of this popular online 8-month program. Learn more.
FREE Caregiver's Handbook
Get your free Caregiver's Handbook when you sign up for our Consumer Newsletter. This 35-page eBook is designed to give the caregiver or one relying on others for care, guidance in organizing and simplifying your unique situation.
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About the CSU Institute
for Palliative Care
The California State University Institute for Palliative Care at Cal State San Marcos (CSUSM) is the first statewide educational and workforce development initiative focused on palliative care. We offer health care professionals the opportunity to enhance their careers by learning more about palliative care. We educate our communities in San Diego County on the importance and power of palliative care.
Founded in 2012 by the largest higher-education system in the U.S., the Institute is addressing the growing need for professionals who can help individuals and families managing serious and chronic illnesses achieve quality of life along with quality of care. The Institute is leveraging the CSU’s renowned faculty expertise, its interdisciplinary curriculum, and its role as one of the largest producers of healthcare graduates in California to develop the palliative care workforce needed by 2020.
Envisioned to be a state-wide resource and nationally recognized model for serving the educational needs of today’s professionals, students and the public at large, the CSU Institute for Palliative Care will create a template for palliative care education and community engagement that can be adopted by other CSU campuses across the state and at institutions around the country.
We are always looking for opportunities to leverage our resources and expertise with like-minded organizations. Please contact us if we can be of assistance in your efforts to share this important message.