When Aligning is Hard: Treatment Planning for Children Living with a Serious Illness

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  • Thursday, January 30

    3 p.m. - 4 p.m. ET

Some situations present unique challenges to the health care team, for both non-palliative and palliative care clinicians. In this session, Debra Lotstein, MD, and Rachel Rusch, MSW, discuss ways to approach situations where patients, parents, and providers may disagree over the course of treatment for a child living with a serious illness.

Presented By

  • Debra Lotstein

    Debra Lotstein, MD, MPH, FAAP, FAAHPM

    Director, Division of Comfort and Palliative Care, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
    Associate Profess…

  • Rachel Rusch

    Rachel Rusch, MSW, MA

    Clinical Social Worker, Division of Comfort and Palliative Care, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles

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