Increasing access to palliative care and improving care quality for patients with serious illness through effective leadership.

Who’s Helping You? Coping with Trauma as a Health Care Worker

What repeated trauma without healing can do to a health care worker—and how to establish a new and healthier “normal”.

How to Determine Whether a Home-Based Palliative Care Company Can Meet Your Patients’ Needs

A clinician shares how she vets home-based palliative care companies to ensure they are providing the best possible palliative care.

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.

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.

Reflections from a Palliative Care Program Leader Two Years into the Pandemic

A palliative care leader shares how her team is navigating the ongoing crisis, and discusses long COVID, team preservation, and more.

Countertransference in Palliative Care Practice: What’s a Clinician to Do?

Understanding the psychology behind an unconscious response in patient encounters, and how clinicians can make meaning of these experiences.

Announcing CAPC's Top Blog Posts of 2021

We're welcoming the new year with a look at the most-read blog posts in 2021.

Let’s Stay on Message with Palliative Care

A new analysis shows we’re still mixing messages for palliative care.