Training all health care professionals in the clinical and leadership skills needed to address gaps in care for patients with serious illness.

How to Address Body Image Concerns in Patients with Breast Cancer

An oncologist, who is also a palliative care physician, shares how to help patients with their changing bodies when living with breast cancer.

Want to Strengthen Connection Within Your Palliative Care Team? Try Narrative Medicine

All about narrative medicine, including how to implement this team-building activity at your organization.

How to Provide the Best Care for Patients with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDDs)

A third-year medical student, who developed inclusive curricula for UMass, offers suggestions for clinical encounters with patients with IDDs.

Screening for Delirium: What Clinicians Should Know

Part one of a two-part blog post that explores the ins-and-outs of delirium, including risk factors, screening, and more.

Managing Delirium: What Clinicians Should Know

Part two of a two-part blog post, which covers how to manage delirium in patients with serious illness, including behavioral strategies and more.

Meeting the Tipping Point Challenge

A breakdown of CAPC’s third John A. Hartford Foundation Tipping Point Challenge.

How to Identify and Treat Fatigue in Our Patients with Serious Illness

Two palliative care clinicians provide the ins-and-outs of assessing and treating fatigue in patients with serious illness.

Fertility and Serious Illness: How to Support Patients with Reproductive Concerns

A blueprint for supporting patients with serious illness through sensitive conversations involving fertility and reproduction.

How to Address Sexuality and Intimacy with People Living with a Serious Illness

Five screening questions clinicians can ask patients to understand the impact of their serious illness on intimacy and relationships.

How to Assess a Patient’s Risk for Long Term Opioid Therapy

Drew Rosielle, MD, shares how to keep patients safe when prescribing opioid therapy, including risk assessment, comprehensive exams, and more.

Harnessing the Power of Improv During Uncertain Times

How three clinicians folded principles of improv into their clinical care to navigate uncertainties of the pandemic.

Psychedelics for Serious Illness: Five Things Clinicians Need to Know

An update on the state of science for psychedelics, and what all clinicians should know as they enter this uncharted territory.


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