Pearls for Practice is a bundle of sessions that were recorded live at the 2017 Annual Assembly.
The Education Strategies and Innovation, Part 1 bundle contains the following sessions in MP3 format:
We're Stuck! Please Help!! Palliative Care to 'The Goals of Care' RescuePresenters: Erin Stevens, DO, Michael Westley, MD FACP FCCP
Objectives: Describe a “differential diagnosis” of how patients/families use information and how they “process” it to make difficult choices, identify methods and tools...
Objectives: Describe a “differential diagnosis” of how patients/families use information and how they “process” it to make difficult choices, identify methods and tools for Palliative Care clinicians to better understand the patient/family perspective of their decisions, recall methods to assist patients/families to move forward once their perspective is clear and recognize when to ask for additional assistance when these methods seem ineffective.
Resilience, Compassion, and Communication: How the Schwartz Center Rounds Promotes Primary Palliative CarePresenters: Steven M. Radwany, MD, Pamela Mann, MSSA, Rod Myerscough, PhD, Aileen Jencius, MLIS
Objectives: Recognize the value of an interdisciplinary forum that promotes collaborative working relationships to advance patient-centered care, demonstrate how these Rounds promote enhanced palliative care skills among attendees while promoting positive culture change and provider resilience in a healthcare organization, and plan and promote Schwartz Center Rounds within your home institution borrowing from the experiences of a program led by palliative care providers.
Creating a Village and Supporting Culture Change: Facilitating Advance Care Planning by Teaching Everyone How to Have an 'Introductory Conversation'Presenters: Gordon Wood, MD FAAHPM, Eytan Szmuilowicz, MD, Katie Clepp, MA MEd
Objectives: Describe a model for the “Introductory Conversation” by which any staff member can introduce advance care planning and/or respond when a patient or family member expresses a concern or need, practice an “Introductory Conversation”, and list one way this model could be applied to catalyze culture change at the participant’s home institution.
Bridging the Gap between the Health Delivery Systems, Community Organizations and Faith-based Communities in Managing Advanced IllnessPresenters: Cynthia Carter Perrilliat, MPA, Valerie Steinmetz, BA
Objectives: Discuss the formation and operation of the Alameda County Care Alliance Advanced Illness Care Program, discuss the training and deployment of faith-based community care navigators, and describe effective ways to provide resources and information to predominantly African American, low-income persons needing advanced illness care and their caregivers.
Primary Palliative Care Education: A Case Study in Needs Assessment and Curricular DevelopmentPresenters: Thomas Carroll, MD PhD, Neal Weisbrod, MD, Laura Hogan, MSN RN NP-C ACHPN, and Timothy Quill, MD FACP FAAHPM
Objectives: describe the process of designing needs assessment and survey instruments, describe the process of curriculum development for professional leaders, and utilize needs assessment to drive curriculum development and implementation.