Constance Dahlin, MSN, ANP-BC, ACHPN, FPCN, FAAN
Constance Dahlin has extensive administrative, clinical, and academic experience in hospice and palliative care across the health continuum. Currently, Ms. Dahlin is a consultant to the Center to Advance Palliative Care (CAPC) in community-based care and education. She is director of the Palliative Care APP Externship and a palliative nurse practitioner at Salem Hospital and adjunct faculty at the University of Maryland Graduate Program in Palliative Care and the MGH Institute of Health Professions. She serves on the AHA Circle of Life Committee and the Mass Serious Illness Coalition Nursing Taskforce. Ms. Dahlin served as author for the Palliative Nursing: Scope and Standards, Hospice and Palliative APRN Professional Practice Guide and A Primer of Reimbursement, Billing, and Coding: Essential Information for the Hospice and Palliative Advanced Practice Registered Nurse. She is coeditor of the Oxford University Press Advanced Practice Palliative Nursing and the Pocket Guide and edited the second and third editions of the National Consensus Project’s Clinical Practice Guidelines for Palliative Care. She served on Measurement Applications Partnership PAC/LTC Workgroup, Measurement Applications Partnership Clinician Workgroup, and co-chaired the Massachusetts Comprehensive Cancer Control and Prevention Network Palliative Care Workgroup.
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