At a glance
What: Palliative and supportive care programs offering practical strategies for clinical care of serious illness, emphasizing communication, shared decision-making, and advocacy
Who: Taught by leading researchers and UW-Madison faculty specializing in palliative and supportive care
Certification: Programs meet multiple licensure requirements for continuing education
Questions? Contact program coordinator Beth Fahlberg at firstname.lastname@example.org or 608-890-3628
Flyer: upcoming courses with ANCC nursing & ASWB social work credit»
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Wed, Apr 5, 9am-3pm
Mon, Apr 17, 9am-4pm
Tue, Apr 18, 9am-4pm
Tue-Wed, May 16-17, 8:30am-4:30pm
Mon, Jun 5, 9am-4pm
Thu, Jul 13, 9am-3pm
Fri, Jul 14, 9am-4pm
$225 through July 1; $255 after; includes lunch
Anticipated start date of Feb 22, complete within 1 month
Anticipated start date of Mar 15, complete within 1 year
Intensive training for working with older adults experiencing mental distress.
Skill-building and evidence-based approaches for care managers working with older adults who have mental illness.
Independent-study course prepares you for the nursing home administration licensing exam. Available on CD.
This online course is intended for employees of community based residential facilities or adult family homes, and individuals interested in providing care and services to adults with intellectual disabilities. This course is authored by Professor Barbara Bowers of UW-Madison School of Nursing and is a collaboration with the Department of Health Services Bureau of Assisted Living.