Global Family-Centered Care Fellowship Program for Providers
- Fellows are healthcare professionals who participate in educational exchange and virtual mentoring to enhance their knowledge, skills, and confidence in delivering child and family-centered healthcare.
- Case studies and topics chosen are based on the unique and individualized needs of the fellows. Topics may include, but are not limited to, building staff rapport, self-confidence, empathy, a child’s understanding of death/dying at different ages, ethics, navigating language barriers, patient and self-advocacy, legacy building & bereavement, professional boundaries and more.
- Training and mentoring are accomplished online individually and in small groups, as well as on site. Trainers are also available as needed for additional support when needs arise.
- Program Managers are Kasey Reinhardt, CCLS, and BobbiJo Pansier, MPH, CCLS, CTRS. Currently, there are Fellows at 4 hospital sites in The Republic of Georgia.
Global Psychosocial Care Development Fellowship for Leaders
- The Global Psychosocial Care Development Program provides one-on-one (or small group) mentoring and guidance to maximize strategic performance and quality improvement related to psychosocial care programming.
- The fellowship can focus on capacity building through collaborative identification of barriers to implementing effective and sustainable psychosocial and multidisciplinary healthcare services globally.
- Training and mentoring are done online individually and also on site.
- The Program Manager is BobbiJo Pansier, MPH, CCLS, CTRS. The program is currently running in Tbilisi, The Republic of Georgia in collaboration with Khatuna Dolidze, Ph.D., CCLS.
Here is the blog post that we did for the fellowship that may help you with the content.