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That was a game changer: clinical impact of an emergency department-based palliative care communication skills training workshop.

Related Articles That was a game changer: clinical impact of an emergency department-based palliative care communication skills training workshop. Emerg Med J. 2020 May;37(5):262-264 Authors: Wright R, Hayward B, Kistler E, Vaughan Dickson V, Grudzen C Abstract OBJECTIVE: To explore the impact of an adapted goals-of-care communications skills workshop created for ED physicians from the physicians’ perspective. METHODS: Semi-structured, one-on-one audio-recorded interviews lasting 30-60 min were conducted with twelve physicians who had completed the training workshop. Interviews explored the experience of undertaking the workshop, its impact on their clinical practice and their ability to teach new skills to other clinicians using…
Origen: That was a game changer: clinical impact of an emergency department-based palliative care communication skills training workshop. – PubMed

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ECHO Telementoring for Pain, Palliative Care, and Opioid Management: Progress, Challenges, and Future Goals.

Related Articles ECHO Telementoring for Pain, Palliative Care, and Opioid Management: Progress, Challenges, and Future Goals. Pain Med. 2020 02 01;21(2):220-225 Authors: Katzman JG PMID: 31913483 [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE]
Origen: ECHO Telementoring for Pain, Palliative Care, and Opioid Management: Progress, Challenges, and Future Goals. – PubMed

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End of life care in the emergency department.

Related Articles End of life care in the emergency department. Emerg Med J. 2020 May;37(5):273-278 Authors: Dawood M Abstract The importance of end of life care (EoLC) for patients and their families is well documented, however, the skills and knowledge of emergency clinicians in delivering EoLC is not widely understood but it is clear from the existing literature that we fall short in delivering consistently good EoLC although there is recognition of the need to improve. This paper will acknowledge the challenges of delivering good EoLC in the emergency department (ED) but more importantly consider practical ways of improving EoLC…
Origen: End of life care in the emergency department. – PubMed

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The Chicago Consensus on peritoneal surface malignancies: Palliative care considerations.

Related Articles The Chicago Consensus on peritoneal surface malignancies: Palliative care considerations. Cancer. 2020 06 01;126(11):2571-2576 Authors: Chicago Consensus Working Group Abstract The Chicago Consensus Working Group provides multidisciplinary recommendations for palliative care specifically related to peritoneal surface malignancies. These guidelines are developed with input from leading experts including surgical oncologists, medical oncologists, gynecologic oncologists, pathologists, radiologists, palliative care physicians, and pharmacists. These guidelines recognize and address the emerging need for increased awareness in the appropriate management of peritoneal surface disease. They are not intended to replace the quest for higher levels of evidence. PMID: 32282059 [PubMed – indexed for…
Origen: The Chicago Consensus on peritoneal surface malignancies: Palliative care considerations. – PubMed

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