The UF PPC provides training for short (<40 hours), medium (40-299 hours), and long-term (>300 hours) level trainees in all disciplines. Admission, start dates, and the number of hours per week is flexible. Some stipends are available for graduate-level trainees. An educational plan is developed for each student, depending on the duration of time they will spend at the PPC, leadership goals, and trainee interests.
Students in each discipline have the option to choose additional courses from a list that is specific to their field.
For graduate-level social work students seeking to further their understanding of interdisciplinary care, medical social work, counseling, case management, advocacy, quality improvement, and public policy.
For graduate-level nursing students seeking to further their understanding of pediatric pulmonary medicine in an interdisciplinary care model. Additional opportunities exist in areas of advocacy, quality improvement, leadership and public policy.
Are you an advocate or an advocate for your child? Enhance your leadership skills by participating in a PPC Family Leader internship
For registered dietitian nutritionists and/or individuals completing supervised practice experiences to become eligible to take the registration examination for dietitians by the Commission on Dietetic Registration
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