The innovative environment of Clarehouse offers healthcare students a rare hands-on learning opportunity. Through tours, rotations and internships, students observe and participate in care as a unique, holistic experience that can significantly impact their understanding of death and dying.
"After learning about the Clarehouse mission regarding end of life and dignity, I realized that their philosophy was special and something I wanted to share with my students. At Clarehouse, death is less of a medical event and more of a family event surrounded by love and care. There truly is no other place in this region that offers students the opportunity to learn and observe an alternate end-of-life care choice."
- Crystal Stewart, BSN - Tulsa Tech Instructor
ELNEC - The End-of-Life Nursing Education Consortium (ELNEC) project is a national education initiative to improve palliative care. We host two classes annually - in spring and fall at Clarehouse, or it can be taught off-site to groups or organizations.
Our next course will be held in partnership with TulsaTech on the Lemley Memorial Campus over two evenings - October 18 and 19 from 5:45-10:15 p.m.
EOL ECHO - The End-of-Life ECHO is an eight-week online student nursing education course provided in partnership with OSU Project ECHO and ELNEC. EOL ECHO utilizes didactic and case-based presentations to educate student nurses on best practice in the care of people who are dying. The course is provided free of charge in the spring and fall semesters by expert staff and partners and is open to all nursing programs in Oklahoma.