The 2018 program is now full. 2019 applications will be accepted in Fall 2018.
The ACH's Relationship-Centered Communication Facilitators Program (RCF) is a program to develop future facilitators. Participants who successfully complete the RCF program will be recognized as “ACH Facilitators." Graduates of the RCF program will receive a certificate of completion along with permission to facilitate future ACH programs on behalf of their sponsoring institution. The RCF program is the pre-requisite track for individuals who may wish to apply to the ACH Faculty-in-Training (FIT) program. Entry to the FIT program will be available as an option upon completion of the RCF program. Please review details and application processes below.
Questions? Contact Lindsay Overall email@example.com.
RCF Program Directors: Lynn O'Neill firstname.lastname@example.org or Kara Myers email@example.com
Director of Clinical Quality Improvement
Director of Dana-Farber Pathways Operations
Quality & Patient Safety
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Associate Health Sciences Clinical Professor
Director Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Program
Behavioral Health Provider Women’s HIV Program
Senior Associate Consultant
Department of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine
Master of Physician Assistant Program
Eastern Virginia Medical School
Doctor of Physical Therapy, Department of Orthopedic Surgery
Duke University School of Medicine
Associate Professor, Medical Director of PA Residency Program, Learning Communities Mentor
Department of Emergency Medicine
University of New Mexico