End of Life Services in Middlebury Vermont is researching the provision of a Phase II opportunity to gain hands-on experience as an End of Life Doula.  We would like to receive feedback from you as to what might be beneficial to your professional/personal development in this field.  Thank you for your help!

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* 1. Following the UVM Larner School of Medicine End of Life Doula Program, would you be interested in paying for an Internship experience at a small community hospital?

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* 2. This Internship might be a month-long intensive program that would include didactic/cohort sessions; professional presentations/field trips; self-reflection and supervision time; practicum with on-call hours and on-site hours at a critical access hospital as a multi-departmental experience in: ARCH End of Life Suites, Emergency Department, Medical/Surgical Unit, Birthing Unit, Long Term Care Unit, Rehabilitation Unit, Memory Care Unit, Chaplain’s office, Palliative Physician’s office, Palliative Care Social Worker’s office. If a month-long intensive program doesn’t fit your schedule, what format would you feel best meets your needs?

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* 3. If you don’t live in Vermont, would you travel for a residential program?

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* 4. What else would you find helpful to further your journey on the End of Life Doula path?

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