Continuing Education Courses

Try a course demo below, check out the course descriptions and download the  CAPC Curriculum Continuing Education Credits Overview. CAPC members receive free continuing education credits.

Course Demo

The CAPC Curriculum At-a-Glance

  • Comprehensive pathway to best practice
  • Online, interactive, 35-65 minute self-study courses for members
  • Clinical courses for frontline clinicians - from all disciplines and all specialties - who work with seriously ill patients
  • Operational courses to support palliative care program planning and growth
  • Leadership support for palliative care program managers
  • Designation status available in Pain Management, Communication Skills and Symptom Management
  • Free continuing education credits for physicians, physician assistants, nurses, case managers, and social workers (including New York State social work)
  • Accessible from a computer, tablet or smartphone
  • Unlimited access for users from CAPC member institutions
Note: CAPC is pleased to announce that 37 of our online CME courses have been approved for Medical Knowledge MOC points as part of the American Board of Internal Medicine’s Maintenance of Certification program. Beginning in early March 2019, CAPC will issue MOC certificates to physicians who complete qualifying courses.

What Members are Saying

"[The Comprehensive Pain Assessment course] helped me to feel more comfortable discussing medications, performing pain assessments, and educating on pain management strategies with my oncology patients. I feel like a greater asset to my patients after completion of the course."
- Emily Cone, RN BSN, Dayton Physicians Network

"As a palliative social worker, this course was helpful because it offered practical applications to my work."
- Liz Griswold, MSW, MedStar Union Memorial Hospital

"I would definitely recommend this as a resource. I will have our addiction medicine fellow use these modules!  Also great for future geriatric and hem-onc fellows."
- John Hopper, MD, St. Joseph Mercy Ann Arbor

Clinical Skills Training

Pain Management

Communication Skills: Written by the experts at Vital Talk.

Symptom Management

Preventing Crises Through Whole Patient Care

Operational Skills Training

Building Your Community Program

Building Your Hospital Program

Leadership Support

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