Supportive Care Training Programs

Practical Approaches to Complex Problems

Vision

To transform the health care system by maximizing compassionate expertise one professional at a time
 

Mission

  • To create practical skills-based professional education programs that result in rapid enhancements to the wellbeing of patients, families, professional staff and communities.
  • To create health care systems that are deeply humanistic, honest and responsible in the use of limited resources.
  • To create and nurture robust networks of professionals committed to lifelong learning and mutual support in the never ending pursuit of excellence
 

Current Training Programs

Attend a two- or three-day workshop based on adult learning models including: expert faculty, small group interactive exercises, didactic lectures, networking opportunities, phone and web-based follow-up support.

  • CBT and Related Interventions Training Program - The National Cancer Institute has funded a training project for health care professionals providing supportive cancer care. The training will be comprised of webinars followed by a three-day skills-based workshop. Each workshop will be limited to 50 people, and will use small breakout groups for a more personalized and intimate training experience.

    The workshops will be conducted by clinical leaders in the field including: William Redd, Ph.D., Matthew Loscalzo, L.C.S.W., Katherine DuHamel, Ph.D., Paul Greene, Ph.D, Yeraz Meschian, Ph.D, William Brietbart, M.D., Sonia Ancoli-Israel, Ph.D, Joseph Greer, Ph.D, and Paul Jacobsen, Ph.D. Ongoing monthly consultation will be provided following the workshop.

    The training program will provide you with evidence-based interventions which will enhance your interactions with cancer patients and survivors.

    Apply now for the October 12 to 14, 2017, workshop at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York. 

 

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  • For general questions, please reach out to us at: [email protected]
  • For further information about Implementing comprehensive biopsychosocial screening programs, please email: [email protected]
  • For further information about applying cognitive behavioral and related interventions in cancer supportive care, please email: [email protected].
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