Best practices in clinical care delivery to improve quality of life for patients living with serious illness and their families.

Part 2: The Ins and Outs of Prescribing Buprenorphine

This follow-up blog post covers prescribing buprenorphine, considerations, and potential barriers.

Part 1: Buprenorphine as an Essential Tool for Palliative Care Clinicians

A two-part blog post which explores how buprenorphine can help people living with serious illness – especially those with pain and opioid use challenges.

Social Workers Can Lead the Way in Addressing Health Inequities

Three practical steps that palliative care leaders can take to empower their social work colleagues, and help bridge gaps in health equity.

How to Address Vaccine Hesitancy for Patients Living with Serious Illness

A blog exploring the ins and outs of vaccine hesitancy, and a new evidence-based roadmap for conversations about COVID-19 vaccines.

A Roadmap for Workforce Training to Meet the Needs of Patients with Serious Illness

CAPC’s new clinical training recommendations provide a roadmap, equipping clinicians and organizations with needed knowledge and skills.

How to Plan for Your Program in Periods of Uncertainty

A seasoned program leader shares how her team leaned in to uncertainty during the pandemic, gaining support and funding along the way.

The Invisible Millions: Caring for Latino Patients and Families during COVID-19

How the pandemic has impacted Latinos living with serious illnesses – and the important role palliative care teams play in providing culturally humble care.

How to Support Your Organization’s Emotional PPE Needs during COVID-19

Strategies that palliative care teams can implement when promoting well-being, without compromising themselves or their patients.

How to Reduce Risk for Older Adults with Age-Friendly Care

Breaking down five myths that may come into play for geriatric patients, and how clinicians can refocus on the realities for the best possible care.

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