California State University Shiley Institute for Palliative Care Expands Program Offerings for Professionals with Summer 2014 Schedule
Innovative online palliative care skill-building courses easily accessible for social workers, nurses, chaplains and healthcare administrators.
San Marcos, Calif. — March 6, 2014 www.csupalliativecare.org. The California State University Shiley Institute for Palliative Care, located at Cal State San Marcos, announced the latest additions to its repertoire of palliative care programs designed by leading palliative care experts. The new programs cover everything from the discipline-specific best practices in palliative care to a unique program created to help clinical and administrative leaders make decisions about the need to create, sustain or expand a palliative care program.
The Institute’s Executive Director, Helen McNeal said, “We have expanded the depth and breadth of our programs with these additions. Our new Critical Skills for Social Workers is broad in appeal and perfect for all social workers working in or interested in palliative care. We are also very excited to announce ‘The Business Case for Palliative Care,’ developed by an experienced team of clinicians, analysts and educators, including Dr. Shelly Adler, Dr. Brian Cassel, Kathleen Kerr, and Dr. Mike Rabow.”