Using Palliative Care to Support Equitable Care in the Midst of COVID-19
An overview of COVID-19-related health and health care inequities for African Americans, palliative care’s role in caring for impacted patients and families, and CAPC tools to support these efforts.
“We Are in a War”: Mitigating Burnout in COVID-19
Insights from health care and military experts on how the COVID-19 pandemic is accelerating burnout in health care professionals, and strategies to make it through this uncertain time.
Providing Soul Care in the COVID-19 Era
A palliative care social worker and chaplain share how they are supporting patients, families, and colleagues during the pandemic.
Leveraging CME Requirements to Improve Palliative Care Delivery
A deep dive into continuing medical education (CME) requirements across the country and how palliative care fits in.
Telemedicine: Virtual Connection in an Age of Social Distancing
Dr. Michael Fratkin makes the case for telemedicine and provides tips for the best possible interaction during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Nourish the Roots: The Importance of Palliative Care Education in Medical School
A fourth-year medical student makes the case for improving palliative care education at the medical student and resident levels.
How to Provide Palliative Care for Surgical Patients
Dr. Ana Berlin of Columbia University Medical Center discusses ways in which palliative care specialists can collaborate with surgeons to care for the underserved surgical patient population.
Veterans Affairs Moves the Needle in Median LOS with Concurrent Care Hospice
Dr. Ann Broderick addresses concurrent care hospice and its important role at the VA.