Palliative Care Fellowship
MD Anderson's Palliative Care and Rehabilitation Medicine fellowship program offers a unique training opportunity in symptom control and palliative care for cancer patients. All aspects of palliative care are covered, including comprehensive assessment and management of all types of oncologic pain and other symptoms, with emphasis on cachexia, fatigue, dyspnea, anorexia, nausea, delirium, psychosocial and ethical issues.
Cancer Rehabilitation Fellowship
The Cancer Rehabilitation Fellowship Program is a unique opportunity for graduates of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation residency. The program is sponsored by the Department of Palliative Care and Rehabilitation Medicine at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. The Cancer Rehabilitation Fellowship is an academically oriented program that has trained fellows since 2007. The program has articulated educational objectives, a strong and thorough core curriculum, abundant teaching service patients, and excellent faculty supervision. This is a one year multidisciplinary fellowship training opportunity for individuals interested in the rehabilitation of cancer patients. Specific skills are developed in assessment and management of impairments, disabilities and handicaps with such patients.
Conference & Board Review
- 18th Annual Interdisciplinary Conference on Supportive Care,
Hospice and Palliative Medicine
September 5-6, 2014
- Review course prior to the conference:
Updates in Hospice and Palliative
Medicine and Intensive Physician
September 2-4, 2014
Watch a previous Board Review video.
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