Course Format: Self-Paced

Learn the fundamentals of palliative care and enhance skills that help you build stronger and supportive connections with seriously ill patients and their families.

Improve patient care, reduce costs, learn when to refer and how to bill for palliative care services. Earn accredited CEs or CMEs with this evidence-based curriculum series, created specifically for clinicians in all settings who are caring for chronic and seriously ill patients.

This is an online, self-paced course that will equip you for difficult conversations with clear and effective strategies that improve communication, encourage empathy, and reduce stress for patients, families, and the palliative care team. Earn 2 CE or CME hours.

For Nurse Practitioners and Clinical Nurse Specialists, this course ensures you have a foundational understanding of palliative care including conducting advance care planning discussions, assessing palliative care needs, having difficult conversations, and much more.

Learn effective strategies for incorporating palliative care into your daily practice and understand when to refer a patient to a palliative care expert.

Learn more about the principles of palliative care, the typical composition of the palliative care team, ways to identify patients who can benefit from palliative care, and key concepts in advance care planning.

This course explores the fundamentals of palliative care and delivers a number of tools and skills to help nurses improve care delivery for patients with serious illness. Learn about goal setting, functional assessments, delivering difficult news, advance care planning, and more.

This course provides physicians in primary care with an introduction to palliative care practice, including how to assess the need for palliative care, conducting advance care planning discussions, sharing difficult news, and more.

This course explores the fundamentals of palliative care and delivers a number of tools to help PAs improve care delivery for patients with serious illnesses. Learn how to assess the need for palliative care, delivering bad news, and understand advance care planning.