Interprofessional Certificate in Palliative & Hospice Care

GRADUATE CERTIFICATE

GRAND VALLEY STATE UNIVERSITY

This post-baccalaureate interprofessional certificate is designed to prepare individuals interested in palliative and hospice care with a deep understanding of the personal, professional, economic and legal perspectives of delivering care to patients facing life-limiting disease, terminal illness and death. Person-centered, family-oriented care should be a priority, according to the 2014 Institute of Medicine report, Dying in America. The report acknowledges the need for better palliative care education in order to meet the goal of high quality, affordable care for persons with life-limiting illness.

Grand Valley State University
(Suite 102)

Shannon Owen, Director
Irina Grougan, Office Manager
Jacquelyn Abeyta, Office Coordinator

Phone: (231) 995-1785 or (888) 922-1785
Fax: (231) 995-1786
E-mail: nminfo@gvsu.edu
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Bachelor’s Programs:

  • Allied Health Sciences
  • Liberal Studies

Master’s Programs:

  • Education

– Educational Leadership (M.Ed.)
– Instruction & Curriculum-Early Childhood Ed. (ZS)
– Special Education (CI)

  • Physician Assistant Studies
  • Public Health 
  • Social Work: Advanced Generalist Concentration

Certificates:

  • Nonprofit Leadership (graduate)
  • Palliative & Hospice Care (graduate)
  • School Social Work (post-graduate)

Endorsements:

  • Early Childhood (ZS)
  • Educational Planned Program
  • Special Education, Cognitively Impaired (CI)


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