Applying Evidence-based Supportive Care Skills in Real-world Practice
Manage Symptoms. Communicate Clearly. Lead Change.
Supportive care interventions have been shown to improve quality of life for patients and families, decrease unnecessary and costly interventions for patients near the end of life, and even extend life in certain patients.
City of Hope is one of only a handful of organizations nationwide that is changing the health care landscape around supportive care.
This skills-based training program offers the knowledge and tools needed to provide a gold standard of care in supportive medicine. Creating a broader network of providers trained to offer supportive care will meaningfully transform the quality of life for patients and families.
overview of Training program Curriculum
- Communication Skills
- Coordination of Care Skills
- Translating Leadership to Clinical Skills
- End-of-Life Skills
- Patient Education/Resource Skills
- Enhancing Wellness in the Health Care Environment
- Symptom Management
Upcoming training workshop funded at no cost to participant
October 17-18, 2019
For physicians, social workers, psychologists, psychiatrists, nurses, pharmacists and administrators.
This two day skills-based workshop is designed to provide you with compassionate supportive care skills in your clinical settings.
Attendance, breakfast and lunch are funded at no cost to participant. Travel, parking and lodging expenses are not included.
Apply Practical Skills to:
- Manage pain safely and effectively
- Assess opioid and other substance abuse and learn what to do about it
- Manage difficult behaviors in patients, families and colleagues
- Introduce family goals of care meetings
- And much more!
CE CREDITS OFFERED FOR THOSE IN ATTENDANCE
and our community of generous donors
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