Rethinking Benefits and Incentives to Drive Equity for Black Patients During Serious Illness
New article written by CAPC staff published on the Better Care Playbook's blog.
Stay Ready: Attending to Implicit Bias in Health Care
A call for all in health care to become aware of unconscious, unintentional responses—or implicit biases—in order to provide the best care for patients and families.
CAPC Releases Key Findings from Literature Review of Health Care for Black Patients with Serious Illness
New literature review clearly establishes what is known about disparities, barriers, and successful interventions with 16 key findings.
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.
How to Promote Health Equity in Palliative Care by Collaborating with Nursing
What NASEM’s recent nursing report means for the path to health equity, and strategies that palliative care teams can implement to facilitate change.
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 an evidence-based roadmap for conversations about COVID-19 vaccines.
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.