All documents for Inter-Disciplinary Team
Identifying Stakeholders (session 1 worksheet 2)
Creating an array that broadly identifies people who may be stakeholders is an important step in developing a program design, an approval strategy, and an implementation strategy. The above sheets focus on a “first cut” to help identify players.
Drafting your “dream teams” (session 1 worksheet 3)
Planning for Structure: Committees and Workgroups. This 3 page form builds upon the Identifying Stakeholders worksheet by asking the user to identify appropriate people for a Steering Committee, a Design Workgroup and a Proposed Team.
Changing Physician Behavior -Grand Rounds
Andrew Epstein, MD, partner, and Mark Wenneker, MD, MPH, Senior Consultant, discusses changing physician behavior about palliative care. The audio file is available for download.
Impact of Palliative Care Education on Students
Pull Up Three Chairs: Teaching Palliative Care at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, NY
This video download shows physicians, physicians-in-training and nurse practitioners discussing their rotation in palliative care.
Education and Training as Catalysts to Forming a Palliative Care Service
A CAPC Fall Forum 2001 Workshop
October 2001, Chicago, IL
Broaching the Topic of Palliative Care Consultation with Patients and Families
Last Acts Diversity and End-of-Life Care Literature Review
CAPC State Palliative Care Networks
Palliative Care Consultation Sample Eligibility Criteria
JCAHO Education Event: Essential Elements of Effective Pain Management
This one day educational event provides you and your colleagues with all the information you will need to implement the new Joint Commission pain management standards. This program is offered many times throughout the year at varied locations.
Staffing a Palliative Care Service
Recruiting an Interdisciplinary Care Team
A CAPC Fall Forum 2000 Workshop
Personnel Performance Evaluation:
Standards for all professionals who provide End Of Life Care