PAHPM is proud to announce an exciting course designed and taught by PAs:
The CSU Shiley Institute for Palliative Care is launching an online, 12-week instructor-led course that prepares physician assistants in any practice setting to deliver high-quality care that effectively supports patients with advanced illness and their families.
Click on the link above for more information or here for a flyer to share with your colleagues! If the upcoming course doesn’t work for your needs now, watch for future dates to be announced!
Along with AAPA's Learning Central, PAHPM is Proud to present a CME Learning Opportunity:
Do the whole bundle Or the Individual Courses:
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Provides an approach to care for those hospitalized patients facing life-threatening and serious illness, with a focus on those patients nearing or at the end-of-life.Let's Be Honest: Talking About Prognosis
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Not Just for the Faint of Heart: Advance Care Planning for Healthy Patients
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