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Curriculum

Register now for an upcoming clinic on palliative care.

Upcoming Clinics

Learning Objectives:

  • Introduce provider self care.
  • Define mindfulness.
  • Describe how to integrate mindfulness into a busy practice to support provider self care.
 
Presented by Danielle Noreika, MD

 

Previous Clinics

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Learning Objectives:
  • Define palliative care and differentiate from hospice.
  • Describe reasons for referral to palliative care.
  • Describe basic structure of palliative care team.
 
Presented by Danielle Noreika, MD

Surgical Palliative Care  Feb. 28, 2019

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Learning Objectives:
  • Define surgical palliative care.
  • Compare considerations in palliative patients undergoing surgery.
  • Highlight surgical challenges in palliative patients.
 
Presented by Emily Rivet, MD
Learning Objectives:
  • Define advance care planning.
  • Overview of legal documents in advance care planning.
  • Tools to help your patients complete an advance care plan.
 
Presented by Candace Blades, RN, JD
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Learning Objectives:
  • Define basic evaluation of pain assessment in cancer patients.
  • Differentiate cancer pain from non-cancer pain assessment.
  • Define broad strategies of cancer pain management.
 

Pediatric Palliative Care  Apr. 11, 2019

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Learning Objectives:
  • Define the pediatric palliative care patient population.
  • Define the difference between hospice and palliative care in pediatrics.
  • Describe reasons for referral to pediatric palliative care.
 
Presented by Kelly Lastrapes, MD and Amanda Gideon, Peds Palliative NP
Learning Objectives:
  • Review risk assessment in opioid prescribing.
  • Compare and contrast risk assessment for chronic non-malignant pain to pain management in serious illness.
  • Review data for UDS use in serious illness care.
 
Presented by Egidio DelFabbro, MD
Learning Objectives:
  • Define the POST form.
  • Describe patient care circumstances that apply to the POST form.
  • Discuss how to determine the medical care plan with a POST.
 
Presented by Danielle Noreika, MD
Learning Objectives:
  • Describe how different age groups receive and understand information around serious illness and death.
  • Summarize tools to aid in communication to children related to an adult with a serious illness.
  • Discuss various methods of memory making for children.
 
Presented by Amanda Gideon, CPNP