Death & Dying Fellowship (January - March)
70% of Americans prefer to die at home; only 25% actually do
80% of people want to talk to their health provider about end-of-life care; only 7% have
The Death & Dying Fellowship takes on a key challenge: the reality that professionals are not well prepared to deal with death, dying, and grieving families, especially during an era of COVID-19. The Fellowship allows participants to learn, confront, and discuss the legal, medical, social, cultural, familial, and spiritual aspects of death and dying within a multidisciplinary group in a low-pressure environment. The sessions will include opportunities to practice conversation skills, facilitated conversations, and site visits.
Who Should Apply
Current or recent graduate students in the Pittsburgh area from health-related disciplines, including but not limited to: Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, Dentistry, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Speech Pathology, Social Work, Rehabilitation, Ethics, Psychology, Counseling, Health Policy, Public Health, Law, Business, Pastoral Care, and Psychology.
For More Information
If you have any questions, contact Lisa George, firstname.lastname@example.org
Interested in the Death & Dying Series for Healthcare Professionals? Learn more here.