Promoting Excellence : Palliative Care Fellowship Curriculum

Department of Veteran's Affairs, West Los Angeles Medical Center - Palliative Care Fellowship Curriculum

An overview of a comprehensive curriculum for an inter-professional fellowship program for medicine, nursing, and social work, offered by the Veterans Administration Greater Los Angeles Health Care System.

Educational Tools - Clinician Education

Veterans Affairs - The Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System
Veterans Integrated Palliative (VIP) Program
11301 Wilshire Boulevard, 111-G
Los Angeles, CA 90073
Phone: (310) 268 - 3500
Fax: (310) 268 - 4272

M. Jillisa Steckart, Psy.D.
[email protected]

How the grantee used this instrument:
This curricula was developed for training interdisciplinary fellowship participants. Fellows completed training in the Veterans Integrated Palliative Program (VIP).

curricula, clinical competence, clinical training, physician training, nurse training, social worker training, training

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Posted October 2004

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