Caring for Vulnerable Populations with Serious Illness
Tuesday, April 301:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. ET
About the event
When vulnerable populations experience serious illness, the quality of their care is much more likely to be shaped by forces beyond their control: access to care, social support, health literacy, and financial resources. Additionally, the clinical care they receive is often misaligned with their backgrounds, needs and goals. These gaps represent tremendous opportunities to improve the current system of serious illness and end of life care in vulnerable populations. This CAPC webinar will discuss these problems in the context of answering three interrelated questions:
- How do we serve our community’s most vulnerable members living with advanced illness?
- What partnerships do we need to provide this care?
- How do we develop resilience to moral distress and burnout?
- A PDF of the presentation will be made available prior to the webinar
- You will have the opportunity to participate in a Q&A session with the presenter
- Continuing education credits are not offered for this webinar
- Any questions? Contact Seema Setia at email@example.com
William Kennedy, DO
Senior Medical Director for Clinical Operations
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