Palliative Care - Working with the Terminally Ill Ontario College Graduate Certificate
This certificate program has been designed to enhance the knowledge and skills of people involved in a helping capacity with the terminally ill and their families. It enables students to develop the provision of compassionate care where the quality of remaining life is the primary objective and symptom control is the basis for care. Participants will also be able to participate in a multidisciplinary approach that involves both client and family.
Admission Requirements: Proof of successful completion of an approved certificate program in health or social services or equivalent.
PLC100 Palliative Care – Orientation
PLC140 Pain and Symptom Control
PLC190 Exploring Dementia Care
PLC210 Interpersonal Communication Skills in Palliative Care
PLC220 Psychological and Social Implications in Palliative Care
PLC230 Ethical, Legal and Spiritual Concerns in Palliative Care
PLC260 Palliative Care – Field Placement
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