How to Get Started Building a Community-Based Palliative Care Program
This is the first course in the 11-part series of Building a Community-Based Palliative Care Program. You can take this single course or the entire series.
Developing a new community-based palliative care program is an essential element of a post-acute care strategy. The development process requires an investment of time, resources, and finances. Rather than waste time with false starts, inadequate plans, and rushed implementation, wouldn’t you rather begin with a head start?
This self-paced How to Get Started online course provides a brief overview of the ten-step process for building community-based palliative care programs, as well as the rationale for each of the steps in the process. With this overview, you can become acquainted with the Building a Community-Based Palliative Care Program series, developed by national leaders and experts, specifically for the CSU Shiley Institute for Palliative Care.
What You’ll Learn
- The Community-based Palliative Care Development Process
- The Multidisciplinary Implementation Team
- Do You Need a Consultant?
What You’ll Earn
- Describe the ten-step community-based palliative care development process
- Discuss the benefits of convening a multidisciplinary palliative care implementation project team
- Analyze the pros and cons of hiring a consultant to assist in your implementation process
Buy the Building a Community-Based Palliative Care Program series for $1495. Learn more.
- Kathy Brandt, MS
- Helen B. McNeal
Completion and Refunds
In order to complete this course and obtain a certificate, you must view the course in its entirety, correctly answer all case studies and quiz/test questions (as appropriate) and complete the evaluation. You will have 90 days to access this course from the date of purchase. No refunds are given for self-paced courses.