What You’ll Learn

Navigating a complex health care system while coping with a serious illness can be stressful and bewildering. Clinicians can support patients and families, avert crises, and improve outcomes by understanding and addressing their patients’ real-world challenges.

Take the courses in the Preventing Crises Through Whole-Patient Care unit to learn techniques for identifying patients at risk for poor outcomes, including falls, delirium, and caregiving challenges; supporting caregivers of people living with serious illness; and coordinating care to ensure communication and safe care transitions.

What You’ll Earn

CAPC members can earn the following free continuing education credits and MOC credits:

  • 1.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™
  • Case Management: 3.00 CE
  • Nursing: 3.50 CNE
  • Social Work: 3.00 CE (NASW)
  • Social Work: 3.00 CE (NYSED)

The continuing education values listed on this page apply to the current term of accreditation for the courses in this unit. See individual course pages for more information about the accrediting bodies.

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Reducing Risks for Older Adults

This course provides context and best practices for identifying older adults at risk for poor outcomes, including falls, delirium, and caregiving challenges.

Supporting the Family Caregiver: The Burden of Serious Illness

Assessing and supporting caregivers of people with serious illness.

Care Coordination

Guidance for all clinicians on improving communication and ensuring smooth transitions of care for patients living with serious illness.

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