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Graduate Certificate in Palliative Care

Niagara College, Welland Campus, Niagara – 1 Academic Year

Palliative Care Nursing Education For Nurses

Overview

Palliative care is aligned with the “National Norms and Principles of Practice” that have been developed by the Canadian Hospice Palliative Care Association. This certificate is designed to enhance the knowledge and skills of all health care providers who are working with or caring for those individuals living with terminal illnesses.

Program Status Accepting Applications
Location Welland, Ontario
Credential Ontario College Certificate
Start Date TBC
Registration Fee
*Registration fee is non refundable .
Rs.10,000* Pay Now
Tuition Fee
* Tuition fee is subject to change.
C$15,594*

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Academic Study Skills Module

The objective of this 4-6 weeks foundation course is to enhance the Academic Study, IT & soft Skills. The Academic Study module emphasizes on writing skills, reflective skills & assignment making.


Study at Niagara College


Semester 1
  • Palliative Care - Introduction
  • Palliative Care - Communications
  • Palliative Care - Psychosocial Aspects
  • Palliative Care - Understanding Death
Semester 2
  • Palliative Care - Comfort
  • Palliative Care - Ethics
  • Palliative Care - Simulation
  • Introduction to Inter professional Education and Practice

  • Applicants must have completed a Diploma/Degree in nursing and should be registered with the Indian Nursing Council
  • IELTS requirements of minimum 6 bands overall with no component less than 5.5 bands

This program is intended as an enhancement and enrichment program for people who already work in healthcare or human service areas. Graduates of this program may work in healthcare, social services, pastoral care, funeral industry, bereavement counseling and other areas where they can specialize in palliative care. They may also become members of Palliative Care teams in hospitals, long-term-care centers, group homes, hospices, community care agencies, and other areas where the needs of palliative care clients are addressed.

Students may be required to complete a Police Clearance Certificate and a Niagara College Communicable Disease Surveillance Form prior to beginning the clinical placement.

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