To clarify...the following survey is open to ALL fellowship directors, APDs, and educators involved in fellow training, not just those in adult-aged programs. We welcome input from ALL of those who teach principles of pediatric palliative care. Thank you!

The AAHPM Pediatric Curriculum Work Group has been meeting over the last year to draft a list of essential topics in pediatric palliative care for HPM fellows in training programs focused primarily on adult patients. We are approaching the end of this work and need your help crystallizing these objectives and identifying priority areas for content development and guidance.

Based on the results of a national survey last fall and brainstorming at the Annual Assembly HPM Fellowship Directors Forum a few years ago, this work group has created a list of main content areas and learning objectives to help guide curriculum review and development for all of our HPM training programs.

Since we were not able to do this vetting in person in San Diego, we are asking program directors, associate program directors, and other educators to complete the following online survey. We are interested to see what is already being taught, what is feasible in our training programs, what is needed, and what might be missing from the draft list.

Comments and suggestions for improvement are encouraged.

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* What is your primary specialty training? (select all that apply)

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* Which settings best describe where you practice HPM regularly? (select all that apply)

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* How many years have you been practicing HPM?

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* On average, with what frequency do you see pediatric patients? For the purpose of this question, please consider "pediatric patients" to include prenatal through age 21.

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* In what role are you currently involved in HPM education? (select all that apply)