The History and Story Behind Palliative Care
Date: Monday, October 11, 2021
Time: 7:00 PM (EST)
This Program is Free to Attend
Room opens 15 minutes early for networking
Rosemary Gibson was chief architect of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s twelve- year $250 million national strategy to establish palliative care in the nation’s hospitals. Her background in this program will set the stage for the history behind palliative care and what it was intended for. Topics which will be covered, besides personal stories, are the history of palliative care including:
• Studies leading to palliative care
• How and why palliative care was developed
• Who could and should expect to receive palliative care
• When to request palliative care
• Palliative care and hospice services -- similarities and differences
• Challenges to obtaining high quality palliative care
This program is approved for 1 CE by the Patient Advocate Certification Board to satisfy the requirements for Board Certified Patient Advocates (BCPA). Program Approval Code 18161.Pulse CPSEA charges a separate fee to process Continuing Education (CE) credits and certificates. Fee for 1 CE is $20. Use Approval Code # 18161 when making payment.
Payment here if you are attending for CE’s here. Use Approval Code # 18161 when making payment.
People for Patient Safety are members of the health care workforce (current or retired), patient advocates, people who care for others as caregivers, and all community members who have experience with the health care system who want to help empower patients and their families to navigate the healthcare system for safe, quality care.
We welcome guest speakers and participation from people to share experiences and knowledge about safe medical treatment. PPS is not about your health, it's about your health care which is the journey to better health outcomes.
Registration is required. as programs are offered through Zoom. Questions can be addressed to PeopleforPatientSafety@gmail.com
PPS was founded in 2014 as a way for health care professionals, caregivers, and community members to share helpful information about patient safety. Participants learn from each other what has worked for others and ways to become more knowledgeable about safe care and best practices.
PPS is not about your health and there is no medical advice offered. PPS is about health care which is the journey to the best health outcomes, often missed in caring for patients.
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