Scholarly Project Guidelines
When the 60 continuing education credits are completed or near completion the project may begin. The initial step is to develop a proposal. This can be accomplished via a conversation with NCDE Director, Diane Moran, followed by a brief (1 - 2 page) written proposal for approval. The focus and format of the project is tailored to the area of interest and background of candidate. Examples of projects that have been completed are development of a curriculum, development and implementation of a service or educational program geared towards meeting the needs of the dying or the bereaved, completion of a manuscript, or a small research study.
Completed projects are kept on file in the National Center for Death Education library collection, Wadsworth Library, Mount Ida College.
Questions on the scholarly project can be directed to Diane Moran, email@example.com, or (617) 928-4649.
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National Center for Death Education
Mount Ida College
Newton, MA 02459-3323
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