Alaska Nurse Practitioner Association

Advance Practice Provider Palliative Care Fellowship

Posted about 1 year ago by Charity Manwaring

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Advance Practice Provider Palliative Care Fellowship

Generously Funded By:
Providence Alaska Foundation
Interprofessional Palliative Care Training Grant

Why have a Palliative Care Advance Practice Provider (APP) Fellowship?

  • Improve access to Palliative Care for Alaskans through dedicated training
  • Promote certification in Hospice/Palliative care for APRNs and nurses through Hospice and Palliative Credentialing Center
  • Endorse commitment to Palliative Care

Who is funding and coordinating the Palliative Care Interprofessinal fellowship?

  • Proudly funded through Providence Alaska Foundation with community donor support
  • Coordinated by Providence Alaska Medical Group Palliative Care team in collaboration with Spiritual Care Department
  • Guided by an integrated palliative care curriculum for an APP, a MD/DO fellow and clinical pastoral education resident

What is this APP Fellowship?

  • Structured 1 year (full time) clinical and educational fellowship for an APP to learn the necessary skills for specialty practice in Palliative Care and/or Hospice
  • Develop educational, research, and leadership scholarly skills to nurture local and national Palliative care growth
  • Stipend and benefits provided

Where will clinical experience take place?

  • Providence Medical Group Palliative Care Inpatient and Outpatient Service at PAMC
  • Providence Hospice, Anchorage
  • Electives, local and out-of-state, are possible to enhance learning experience

When will the fellowshiop begin?

  • August 2018

Contact Marianne Johnstone-Petty, Palliative Care APP Fellowship Director at:

Phone: 907.212.8352