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Palliative Care Issues. Marianne Matzo, Ph.D., APRN, BC, FAAN Professor, Palliative Care Nursing University of Oklahoma College of Nursing. Palliative care is care provided by an interdisciplinary team Focused on the relief of suffering Support for the best possible quality of life.

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    1. Palliative Care Issues Marianne Matzo, Ph.D., APRN, BC, FAAN Professor, Palliative Care Nursing University of Oklahoma College of Nursing

    2. Palliative care is care provided by an interdisciplinary team • Focused on the relief of suffering • Support for the best possible quality of life

    3. Palliative Care is: Evidence-based medical treatment Vigorous care of pain and symptoms throughout illness Care that patientswant Palliative Care is not: Abandonment The same as hospice Euthanasia Hastening death Catastrophic Mass Casualty Palliative Care

    4. Good palliative care occurs wherever the patient is. • The community should be prepared about the principles of palliative care in a disaster situation.

    5. The minimum goal: die pain and symptom free. • Effective pain and symptom management is a basic minimum of service.

    6. Adequate and aggressive palliative care services should be available to everyone. • Palliative care under circumstances of a mass casualty event is aggressive symptom management.

    7. Prevailing circumstances Catastrophic MCE Triage + 1st response Receiving disease modifying treatment Existing hospice and PC patients The optimal for treatment The too sick to survive The too well

    8. Catastrophic MCE and Large Volume The too sick to survive * Initially left in place Other than active treatment site Then: Transport • * • Those exposed who will die over the course of weeks • Already existing palliative care population • Vulnerable population who become palliative care due to scarcity

    9. Clinical Services After Triage • Resources: • Personnel • Coordination • Supplies

    10. Clinical Process Issues • Symptom management, including sedation near death • Spirituality/meaningfulness • Family and provider support – mental health • Family and provider grief and bereavement • Event-driven protocols and clinical pathways

    11. Preparation For The Future • “Many of us discussed the need to evaluate what happened and learn how to be better prepared for the future.” • “You’re expected to know how to do mass casualty…. You must train for the worst and hope for the best.”