eCampus CancerPEN In the Division of General Medical Disciplines

Palliation Education Network

New Open Modules

An online curriculum featuring expert video presentations, case studies, discussion forums and in-depth information — free-of-charge, no registration or sign-up needed.

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CancerPEN Member Modules are developed using the Blackboard® platform and require CancerPEN login in order to access the curriculum:

  • Step 1: Go to the Registration Page and fill in the registration form.
  • Step 2: Your CancerPEN Username and Password will be sent by email in 2 working days.
  • Step 3: Follow directions in email: go to and login using the CancerPEN login.
About CancerPEN

CancerPEN is designed to enable health care providers to develop an understanding of the scientific principles of palliative care as well as learn strategies to palliate common and distressing symptoms often seen in patients with advanced illness.

Our Member Modules require registration and sign-up; our Open Modules are open to anyone. Both are available free-of-charge.

What do our students say?

“Thanks for this great resource! I look forward to sharing this with my hospice team and hospitalist colleagues.”

—Brad Miller, MD

“Excellent teaching tools…Thank you for giving us a framework for thinking about these complex issues.”

—Robin Eisenhut, Stanford School of Medicine Student

“As a nurse/educator I experience similar situations on a daily basis. The online learning modules have helped me to become more confident in my communication with patients, families and mentoring newer nurses. Thank you for the on line curriculum!”

—Kathy McKeen, Nurse Clinician

“I'm very impressed with your modules…I spent a great deal of time looking for a program that is as comprehensive as yours.”

—VA Social Worker

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