Clinical Education

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

Professional Development

ELNEC - The End-of-Life Nursing Education Consortium (ELNEC) project is a national education initiative to improve palliative care. This class is open to healthcare professionals - nurses, aides, social workers, chaplains, etc. - as well as family caregivers. We host one class annually in the spring at Clarehouse, or it can be taught off-site to groups or organizations.