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Cases

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Case of the Month, Palliative Care Program; University of Pittsburgh
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Clinical Teaching Vignette for Palliative Care, University of Louisville School of Medicine, Amy L Holthouser, MD
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Delirium Adapted from Improving End-of-Life Care A Resource Guide for Physician Education, Weissman et al (PDF)
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DNR Role Play Adapted from Improving End-of-Life Care A Resource Guide for Physician Education, Weissman et al (PDF)
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Dyspnea Adapted from Improving End-of-Life Care A Resource Guide for Physician Education, Weissman et al (PDF)
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Family Conference Role Play Adapted from Improving End-of-Life Care A Resource Guide for Physician Education, Weissman et al (PDF)
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Hospice Referral Role Play Adapted from Improving End-of-Life Care A Resource Guide for Physician Education, Weissman et al(PDF)
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Pain Assessment Adapted from Improving End-of-Life Care A Resource Guide for Physician Education, Weissman et al
10. Pain Management Adapted from Improving End-of-Life Care A Resource Guide for Physician Education, Weissman et al
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Pocket Instructional Aids

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AAHPM Pocket Guide to Hospice/Palliative Medicine American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine (AAHPM)  CONTACT the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine, 408 W. University Ave., Suite 500, Gainesville, FL 32601; Tel: 352/377-8900; AAHPM Website: http://www.aahpm.org/bookstore/index.html.
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3. When to Consider Palliative Care Pocket Card - Cooper Green Hospital
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Presentations

Long Term Care Intensive Train-the-Trainer Series
1. Pain Management - Presentation: Managing the Adult Resident’s Pain: Pharmacologic Concepts in the LongTerm Care/Hospice Setting
2. Grief, Loss, Bereavement - Presentation: Long Term Care Staff, End of Life Care
3. Imminent Death - Presentation: Last Four Weeks to Last Four Hours: Facilitating Transitions
4. Historical Perspectives of Dying and Death in America - Presentation
5. Ethical and Legal Concerns - Presentation: Long Term Care Staff, End of Life Care  
6. Communication Skills at End-of-Life - Presentation
 

 Long Term Care Intensive Train-the-Trainer Series

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Authors: Carol Barker, Ph.D., R.N., and Mary Foerg, CSW, ACSW ©
Hospice of Michigan
 
Editor
Jennifer Mendez, Ph.D.
Institute of Gerontology – Wayne State University
 
Presented by:
Institute of Gerontology Wayne State University
In partnership with: Hospice of Michigan
 
The development of this training manual has been funded by a grant from the
Michigan Department of Community Health Long Term Care Initiatives
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Standardized Patient Materials

1. Communication Teaching Modules for the End-of-Life Educator. Weissman DE and Biernat K
2. Discussing Treatment Goals and Prognosis: Standardized Patient Case (PDF) - Weissman, David E
3. Palliative Medicine Extended Standardized Patient Scenario - Jack P. Freer, MD; Karen H. Zinnerstrom, PhD
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Web-based Medical Education

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The Center for Palliative Education Training Curriculum. Anthony Back, MD; J. Randall Curtis, MD, MPH; Frances Petracca, PhD; Liz Stevens, MSW
 Modules and powerpoint presentations for downloading. Topics Include:
  • Communicating About End-of-Life Care
  • Culture and Ethnicity in End-of-Life Care
  • HIV/Aids
  • Pain and Symptom Management
  • Psychosocial and Spiritual Issues
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Education Techniques in Palliative Care: Learn anywhere, anytime! CAPC Campus Online is convenient and easy to use and gives you complete flexibility because it's available when you're available, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

3. Doctorate Nursing Programs in the New Millennium - Online Nursing Programs
Today, more than ever, nurse practitioners with extensive medical experience are taking responsibility of healthcare tasks traditionally held by doctors.
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Palliative Medicine Extended Standardized Patient Scenario. Jack P. Freer, MD; Karen H. Zinnerstrom, PhD
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Introduction to Palliative Care The Palliative Response - F. Amos Bailey, MD (PowerPoint presentation)
6. The Palliative Response - Religious and Spiritual Issues - F. Amos Bailey, MD (PowerPoint presentation)
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Teaching Palliative Care Skills Using Simulated Family Encounters - Brown C, Gephardt G, Lloyd C, Swearingen C, Boateng B.
8. Top Tools for Palliative Care Programs - CAPC has collected tools from the best palliative care programs around the nation, and pulled them together into one convenient toolkit.
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Topics in Pain Management - Russell Portenoy, MD et al (click on "For Professionals")
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Tough Talk: A Toolbox for Medical Educators - Kelly Fryer-Edwards, PhD - University of Washington School of Medicine

Common teaching challenges plus tips for recovering from them • Optimizing small group dynamics • Providing effective, honest feedback • Helping clinicians develop and operationalize personal learning goals • Motivating engagement and self-assessment in reluctant participants
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University of Maryland School of Medicine Junior Rotation in Hospice and Palliative Care - DD Ross, CS Alexander, T Keay, D Timmel; S Roy, C Cochran-Jackson, C Dignon, M Hull
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Educational Manuals

Educational Resources - National Organizations