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The Michigan Primary Care Transformation (MiPCT) Project. 2013 Annual Summit. The Michigan Nurses Association is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation. SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION:

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The Michigan Nurses Association is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.

  • SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION:

To receive contact hours, participants must attend the entire program and complete an evaluation. Please return your completed evaluation forms to an MiPCT staff member.

  • CONFLICTS OF INTEREST:

All activity planners for this educational activity have reported no relevant financial relationships with commercial interests.

Presenter(s) for this educational activity have reported no relevant conflict of interest.

  • COMMERCIAL SUPPORT:

No Commercial Support was received for this presentation.

  • NON-ENDORSEMENT OF PRODUCTS:

The presence of commercial exhibits during the presentation does not imply endorsement by MNA, the Michigan State Board of Nursing, or the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation

presenters and facilitators
Presenters and Facilitators
  • Paula Amormino MSA, RN, CCM
  • Marie Beisel MSN, RN CPHQ
  • Marilyn Begle, MS, RN, CHPN
  • Mary Ellen Benzik MD
  • Jodi Buchholz, MSW
  • Annette Carron, MD
  • Maureen Fallon MSN, RN
  • Marti Funnell, RN, MSN, CDE
  • Donna Mimikos MBA, RN, CCM
  • Cheri Powers, RN
  • Cecilia Sauter, MS, RD, CDE
  • Sue Vos BSN, RN
  • Christine Westphal, NP
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objectives of palliative care group session
Objectives of Palliative Care Group Session
  • Relate an introductory understanding of Palliative Care
  • Identify Palliative Care resources for pediatric and adult populations
  • Apply the 10 steps for “what to say and do” in a Palliative Care discussion
definition of palliative care
Definition of Palliative Care
  • Specialized medical care for people with serious illnesses
  • Focused on providing patients with relief from the symptoms, pain, and stress of a serious illness—whatever the diagnosis
  • Goal is to improve quality of life for both the patient and the family
  • Provided by a team of doctors, nurses, and other specialists who work together with a patient's other doctors to provide an extra layer of support
  • Appropriate at any age and at any stage in a serious illness and can be provided along with curative treatment
    • Center to Advance Palliative Care www.capc.org
available handouts
Available Handouts
  • Adult and Pediatric Palliative Care Resources
  • Ten Steps to Say and Do in Palliative Care
  • Differences in Palliative vs. Hospice Care
  • Eight Domains of Quality Palliative Care
resources used for palliative care group discussion
Resources Used for Palliative Care Group Discussion
  • Clinical Practice Guidelines for Quality Palliative Care; Second Edition, 2009; http://www.nationalconsensusproject.org/guideline.pdf
  • Center to Address Palliative Care; 2012,

http://www.getpalliativecare.org/providers/mi/

  • St. Camillus, San Camillo; Today.Tomorrow.Together, 2013;

http://www.stcam.com/hospice/palliative-vs-hospice/

  • Video; Palliative Care and the Human Connection- Ten Steps for what to Say and Do – how to lead a discussion

http://www.getpalliativecare.org/2013/02/palliative-care-and-the-human-connection-ten-steps-for-what-to-say-and-do

10 steps palliative care conversation video
10 Steps Palliative Care Conversation Video
  • Dr. Diane E. Meier is Director of the Center to Advance Palliative Care (CAPC,) a national organization devoted to increasing the number and quality of palliative care programs in the United States.
  • Dr. Diane Meier discusses 10 important steps in a discussion of palliative care from over a decade of research.

http://www.getpalliativecare.org/2013/02/palliative-care-and-the-human-connection-ten-steps-for-what-to-say-and-do

role play
Role Play

Please observe the role play demonstrating an appointment taking place in Dr. Young’s office

Refer to your handout label Palliative Care Scenario for Role Play

introduction of facilitators
Introduction of Facilitators
  • The facilitators are available to assist you in the group activity.
    • Marilyn Begle, MS, RN, CHPN
    • Jodi Buchholz, MSW
    • Annette Carron, MD
    • Cheri Powers, RN
    • Christine Westphal, NP
group work
Group Work

In a discussion with others at your table

  • Reflect on how you might approach this situation as:
    • Dr. Young
    • Sally
    • Karen
    • Mr. Kent
    • Mary
  • After the role play, share your observations and how this may impact your role as a care manager.
palliative care panel discussion
Palliative Care Panel Discussion
  • Opportunity for care managers to address any further questions regarding this exercise