Palliative Care Alaska Network (PCAN) board members stem from all disciplines and institutions across the state. Our diverse background adds depth and prepares us to meet the palliative care needs of our community. Our goal is to improve the quality of health care provided to all Alaskans.
PCAN is a 501c3, non-profit public charity, established in 2015. Our mission is to support palliative care through collaboration and education to empower a dynamic network of individuals, agencies, and communities to share tools and resources across Alaska. Out vision is to create an empowered, comprehensive, and dynamic network of individuals and communities that share tools and resources necessary to access, develop, and achieve the highest quality palliative care services throughout the State of Alaska.
Collaborate. Educate. Advocate. We embrace our mission and vision by hosting events throughout the year that support professionals and community members in their efforts to grow palliative care. We offer ongoing educational opportunities to build skills and knowledge, including our annual CE symposium.
Since 2017, PCAN has offered an annual all-day event comprising many educational and networking opportunities. We bring together hundreds of participants throughout Alaska to serve a unified mission of improving palliative care services.
How Pick.Click.Give. makes a difference
We use these donations throughout the year to bring palliative care resources to the community. Our mission is to grow a dynamic network of palliative care advocates by offering growth opportunities such as newsletters, webinar series, skill-building workshops, and our annual CE symposium. Your donation supports the routine functions of PCAN including marketing, website upkeep, promotional, and educational materials. Palliative care is good, quality care that everyone deserves. Our role is to grow a network within Alaska to continue to advocate for palliative care services for all.
Palliative Care Alaska Network is a 501c3 organization that looks to your generous donations to continue to provide high-quality palliative care education and networking throughout the state.