Doing Double Duty: Health Care Workers Who Also Care for Loved Ones
Recognizing the needs of health care workers who serve as unpaid caregivers after clocking out for the day—and the added stress of the pandemic.
A Roundup of the 12 Winning Innovations from the Tipping Point Challenge
Learn more about the initiatives that won gold, silver, and bronze in the second round of CAPC’s John A. Hartford Foundation Tipping Point Challenge.
How We Can Leverage Our Emotions to Create Positive Change for Palliative Care
A palliative care leader, who has supported hundreds of clinicians throughout the pandemic, offers healthy tips for channeling our feelings to move the field forward.
On Being a Palliative Care Clinician During the Delta Surge
A palliative care leader, who had a breakthrough infection, shares how he and his team are coping during this emotionally draining time.
How Nurses Can Help Promote Health Equity in Palliative Care
What NASEM’s recent nursing report means for the path to health equity, and strategies that palliative care teams can implement to facilitate change.
Finding a New Normal for Our Palliative Care Team in the COVID-19 Era
How Oschner Health's palliative care team is working through the tensions of the pandemic, while planning forward and healing, together.
How to Demonstrate Your Palliative Care Program's Value Through a Palliative Care Registry
A program leader shares how her team uses national palliative care registry data to demonstrate program value to key stakeholders.
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.
Leadership Tips: Preparing for a Stressful Budget Season
Budget season and business planning are often stressful for palliative care leaders. Find practical guidance for planning forward during the pandemic.