European Palliative Care Academy (EUPCA) Leadership Course
Applications for the European Palliative Care Academy Leadership Course 2017 – 2019 are being accepted now! Deadline for applications is June 11th 2017.
Are you a palliative care expert who wants to make a difference and is looking for an advanced international training opportunity in palliative care?
Then the European Palliative Care Academy might be what you are looking for. With our innovative palliative care leadership curriculum we can help you develop your theoretical knowledge and skills in the fields of personal and project development, teamwork, research and advocacy. The European Palliative Care Academy was initiated by the Robert Bosch Stiftung and is a joint project of the four academic centres:
- University Hospital of Cologne/ Germany
- King's College London, Cicely Saunders Institute/ United Kingdom
- Nicolaus Copernicus University Toruń / Poland
- Hospice Casa Sperantei, Brasov/ Romania
Together, these institutions have worked closely together to develop a curriculum aimed at emerging palliative care leaders of all professional backgrounds from across Europe. The new course starts in September 2017. Deadline for applications is June 11th 2017. For further information on the European Palliative Care Academy and the application process, please visit EUPCA's website.
We'll also be at the EAPC Conference in Madrid in May where we'll be happy to discuss EUPCA and the forthcoming course with you. See you there!
Please feel free to forward this information about this unique opportunity to other people and colleagues you think may be interested in applying.
Prof. Raymond Voltz, Dr Jonathan Koffman, Rev. Dr Piotr Krakowiak and Prof. Daniela Mosoui