Short Takes continued
Get Hospice-Specific Management Training Without Leaving Home
It normally takes at least one year to complete Levels I and II of NHPCO’s highly-acclaimed Hospice Manager Development Program (MDP), but your staff can now complete that training in just three months—right from their office or home.
What’s Being Offered During Summer School?
June 8 and 9: Two-Day Foundational Training For the first time, NHPCO’s MDP two-day foundational course (which is usually just offered at conferences) will be broadcast live on June 8 and 9 via the Internet from the NHPCO office at the National Center for Care at the End of Life. July and August: Numerous Webinar and Self-Paced Modules During July and August, staff can take up to 6 instructor-led Webinars and/or self-paced modules to complete Levels I and II of the Hospice MDP by Labor Day: Instructor-led Modules What is Hospice MDP?
It is a unique management training program that helps staff learn the skills to succeed in managing hospice programs, systems and people. Managing Conflict in the Workplace Managing the Changing Organization Managing Workplace Negativity
Plus, Modules in the Fall Hospice MDP Summer School also offers the following modules in the fall, which is especially helpful to staff who want to complete Levels I and II, but also have vacation plans. In September: Managing Conflict in the Workplace The IDT: Key Skills for Hospice Managers Inclusion and Access In October: Managing the Changing Organization Emotional Intelligence for Hospice Managers Managing Workplace Negativity
Interactive Webinar Modules
The IDT: Key Skills for Hospice Managers Emotional Intelligence for Hospice Managers
Self-directed Online Modules
Provision of Services: A Regulatory Module Health Insurance Concepts, Coverage and Plans
Help your staff learn key management skills and strategies which they can put into practice immediately. Learn more now or download the registration form.
Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of NewsLine - June 2011