Committed to changing the way medical care is delivered to those facing serious illness and those at the end of life, the MGH Palliative Care Service emphasizes the comprehensive, interdisciplinary nature of palliative care. We strongly believe that good medicine is at the heart of our growing area of specialization, but its foundation also rests upon excellence in psychosocial and spiritual care, ethics, and multidisciplinary teamwork across a variety of clinic settings.
The MGH Palliative Care Fellowship Program aims to establish a standard of excellence in the field of palliative care training with specific emphasis placed on comprehensive, interdisciplinary end-of-life care.
The Palliative Care Nurse Practitioners serve as preceptors and supervise in collaboration with the Knight Nursing Center for Clinical and Professional Development.
An inpatient-focused, month-long palliative care rotation in which residents care for patients with serious and life-threatening illnesses.
The International Program of the Harvard Medical School Center for Palliative Care, based in the Palliative Care Service at MGH, offers training and technical assistance in palliative care, especially to colleagues in low-income countries.
One-year, full-time advanced practice nursing fellowship, providing interdisciplinary training in palliative care at one of the nation's oldest and most established academic palliative care services. Train with Harvard faculty and Harvard Palliative Medicine Fellows and work alongside a dedicated staff experienced in mentoring and training future leaders in the field of palliative care.