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Award for Palliative Care Leadership Programmes

We are delighted to announce a new leadership award in palliative care. We are looking for evidence of leadership capacity building programmes worldwide that are striving to develop palliative care at a time when it is needed most. These initiatives could take place in your hospice, hospital or other palliative care institution.

Deadline: 15th November, 2016

For more Information on the Award and how to apply please click here

 


The European Palliative Care Academy is a joint project of the Robert Bosch Stiftung/ Germany and the four academic centres

  • University Hospital of Cologne/ Germany
  • Nicolaus Copernicus University Toruń, Collegium Medicum in Bydgoszcz/ Poland
  • Hospice Casa Sperantei, Brasov/ Romania
  • King’s College London, Cicely Saunders Institute/ United Kingdom

These institutions have jointly developed the curriculum and will be offering it to emerging palliative care leaders of all professional backgrounds from across Europe. They offer one face-to-face teaching week each, so that the participants will visit all four institutions throughout the course. The medium of instruction is English. In addition to the four teaching weeks, the participant will do one week of observation in a European palliative care institution of their choice.

Together with continuous assignments and a personal project the course comprises approximately 700 hours and should be completed within 1.5 years. The course is to be completed part-time, enabling participants to continue their work in palliative care.

The Leadership Course 2015-17 starts at the end of September and runs until May 2017. Nineteen excellent palliative care experts, representing six different professions and from ten countries across Europe have been selected to take part in the course.

The next course run, EUPCA 2017-19, will be announced in December 2016 and the deadline for applications is planned for June 2017.

The European Palliative Care Academy is funded by the Robert Bosch Stiftung, a major German charitable foundation associated with a private Company.

Aims

The overall aim of the European Palliative Care Academy is to enhance palliative care in Europe by contributing to closing the gap in further education.

The aim of the course is to support future leaders to develop the necessary skills, abilities and expertise to advance palliative care across Europe and to address future challenges in the field.