Training & Advocacy

Part of our advocacy encourages each one of us to improve quality of life for those around us. Through our Leadership of HOPE Education Program, we empower everyone in the community to become equipped in reaching out to their neighbors living with chronic illnesses. We offer introductory talks, certification courses, and case-based learning.

For a full list of our curriculum and opportunities, visit ruth.ph/LFH.

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End-of-Life Nursing Education Consortium (ELNEC)

This is a certification course for healthcare professionals. It is designed to improve confidence, critical judgment, and competence in managing patients with life-limiting diseases and their families through mastery of the ‘Palliative Care Approach.’

This 2-day training is regularly offered by the foundation in partnership with hospitals, schools, and other medical institutions. Occasionally, this is partnered by a specialization in Pediatrics, Geriatrics, or Critical Care. ELNEC is recognized internationally, referencing the original curriculum by City of Hope and American Association of Colleges of Nursing.

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ELNEC Core

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ELNEC PEDIA

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ELNEC Critical care

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