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DATE: May 5, 2014
“This is amazing. It seems like every week the homework is relevant to what is going on for me at work!” Recent Student
THIS is why Social Workers Should Seriously Consider This Powerful Course! See what this actual student says about her experience in our online Post-MSW course.
ADDITIONALLY, hear what Gary Gardia, a member of our faculty, has to say about the value of this program.
Time is running out to register for our next course! May 5th is just around the corner so please contact us if you have any questions!
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This is the first and only online certificate program designed to enhance the skills of MSWs in palliative care. The role of the social worker is central to palliative care’s goal of providing compassionate, patient and family-centered care that relieves the suffering and improves quality of life for those with serious or chronic illness.
The CSU Institute for Palliative Care’s Post-MSW Palliative Care Social Work Certificate Program is designed to provide master’s prepared social workers with the knowledge and skills to be successful working in a palliative care, interprofessional environment whether that is in a hospital, hospice or other setting.
|Related Courses You Might Find Interesting
-Critical Palliative Care Skills for Social Workers
-Palliative Care Chaplaincy Specialty Certificate
-Mental Health Fundamentals in Palliative Care For Spiritual Care Providers
DATE: May 5, 2014
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