Clinical Care

Program Spotlight: Motion Picture and Television Fund

May 31, 2016 | By CAPC Staff

The palliative care Program Spotlight series goes to the stars with an interesting behind-the-scenes look at the Motion Picture and Television Fund, operated by UCLA Health. The podcast also addresses utilizing palliative care data.

In this episode, we speak with Nurse Practitioner Linda Healy and Chaplain Rabbi Arthur Rosenberg. This is a wonderful program that was set up to help the entertainment community get proper care when facing serious illness. The program comprises geriatricians, nurse practitioners, nurses, licensed clinical social workers, chaplains, dietitians, and activity coordinators. Guidance and counseling is also provided for those struggling with complex decision making about medical issues.

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