Book Review: Ten Thousand Crossroads: The Path as I Remember It
A palliative care leader shares his response to Balfour Mount’s autobiography.
Fostering a Safe Space for Our LGBTQ+ Patients and Staff
A palliative care physician discusses some of the unique needs and experiences of LGBTQ+ patients, and how clinicians can improve care for these populations.
Learning about Palliative Care in India, While Waitlisted for Nursing School
A recent nursing school graduate, who learned about palliative care through a field-based program and Pallium India, reflects on her experience.
Part 2: The Ins and Outs of Prescribing Buprenorphine
Final post of a two-part blog series, which covers how to prescribe buprenorphine, considerations, and potential barriers for use.
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.
How to Address Vaccine Hesitancy for Patients Living with Serious Illness
A blog exploring the ins and outs of vaccine hesitancy, and an 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.
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.