• LCPC-SHC Postgraduate Course in Palliative Medicine

    Course Description & Objectives:
    This is a 3-day foundational course, designed especially for doctors across all settings. This course covers the basic principles and practice of palliative medicine. The trainers in this course include experienced doctors, nurses and allied health professionals from the palliative care field. They will cover a comprehensive range of palliative care topics through interactive lectures, case discussions and role play activities. The aim is to build / increase professional confidence and competence in participants by equipping them with the necessary knowledge and skills to work with patients and families facing life-threatening illnesses.
    Who Should Attend:
    Any medical practitioner interested in learning about palliative care. Priority will be given to local doctors.

  • NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine – Graduate Diploma in Palliative Medicine
  • The Palliative Care Centre for Excellence in Research and Education
  • Lien Centre for Palliative Care – Palliative Care Course for Pharmacists (Basic)

    Course Description & Objectives:
    This is a 0.5-day basic certificate course, designed especially for pre-registration level pharmacists. It covers the foundational principles and practice of palliative care. The aim is to build professional competency and confidence in pre-registration pharmacists, by equipping them with the necessary knowledge to work with patients and families facing life-threatening illnesses.
    Who Should Attend:
    Pre-registration level pharmacists who are interested in learning more about the foundational principles and practice of palliative care.

  • Lien Centre for Palliative Care – Palliative Care Course for Pharmacists (Advanced)

    Course Description & Objectives:
    This is a comprehensive certificate course, designed especially for in-service pharmacists. It comprises of two parts: Part 1 covers the foundational principles and practice of palliative care while Part 2 moves on to advanced-level topics. The aim is to build professional competency and confidence of the pharmacists by equipping them with the necessary knowledge to work with patients and families facing life-threatening illnesses.
    Who Should Attend:
    In-service level pharmacists who are interested in learning more about the principles and practices of palliative care. Priority will be given to pharmacists who are working in settings with predominantly life-limiting illnesses.

  • Lien Centre for Palliative Care – Palliative Care Course for Social Workers (Basic)

    Course Description & Objectives:
    This is a 16-session basic certificate course carried out over a duration of 4 months, designed especially for social workers across all settings. This course will cover the foundational principles and practice of palliative care. The aim is to build professional competency and confidence in participants by equipping them with the necessary knowledge and basic skills to work with clients and families facing life-threatening illnesses.
    Who Should Attend:
    Social Workers who are interested in learning more about working with patients and families facing life-threatening illnesses. Priority will be given to social workers who are working in the palliative care setting.

  • Lien Centre for Palliative Care – Palliative Care Course for Social Workers (Advanced)

    Course Description & Objectives:
    This is a 12-session advanced structured course carried out over a duration of 6 months to train social workers for community and hospital settings to deliver appropriate and effective end-of-life psychosocial care. It builds upon the basic course designed specifically for social workers and covers in increased breadth and depth a range of topics relevant to social workers managing patients with life-limiting progressive illnesses.
    Who Should Attend:
    Social Workers who are interested in learning more about working with patients and families facing life-threatening illnesses. Priority will be given to social workers who are working in the palliative care setting.

  • The Palliative Care Centre for Excellence in Research and Education
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