CAPC’s Diane Meier: Palliative Care Demand Skyrocketing During COVID

February 17, 2021

by Jim Parker, Hospice News


Palliative Care Specialist Access is Associated with Rankings of Hospital Quality

February 16, 2021

by Jaan Nandwani, et al., Journal of Pain and Symptom Management


Geriatrics and palliative medicine leadership is needed now more than ever: What are the training gaps?

February 12, 2021

by Ayla R. Pelleg, MD, et al., Journal of the American Geriatrics Society


Diane Meier to Step Down as CAPC Leader, CSO Brynn Bowman to Succeed

February 08, 2021

by Jim Parker, Hospice News


Palliative Care Team Perceptions of Standardized Palliative Care Referral Criteria Implementation in Hospital Settings

January 21, 2021

by Rachael Heitner, MA, CHPCA, et al., Journal of Palliative Medicine


Improved Serious Illness Communication May Help Mitigate Racial Disparities in Care Among Black Americans with COVID-19

January 19, 2021

by Lauren T. Starr, PhD, MBE, RN; Nina R. O’Connor, MD, FAAHPM; and Salimah H. Meghani, PhD, MBE, RN, Journal of General Internal Medicine


Race, Socioeconomics Are Largest Barriers to Hospice and Palliative Care

January 19, 2021

by Holly Vossel, Hospice News


Concerns and Care for Health Care Colleagues during the COVID-19 Pandemic

January 15, 2021

by Rebecca Goett, MD, et al., Journal of Palliative Medicine


Updated ACC HF Guidelines Include Palliative Care

January 11, 2021

by Nicole Lou, MedPage Today


Transition of a Palliative Care Outpatient Clinic to Telehealth

January 05, 2021

by Kate Lally, MD, et al., Journal of Clinical Pathways


Congress Members Call for Medicare Palliative Benefit

December 24, 2020

by Jim Parker, Hospice News


Young-Rock Hong, PhD, on Specialty Palliative Care in NSCLC

December 18, 2020

by Shalmali Pal, ASCO Reading Room (MedPage Today)

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