Culture & End of Life Care: Collaborating with Interdisciplinary Partners

Event Type: 
Online/Enduring Materials

This course presents four interactive case studies that address diversity among patients facing a life-limiting illness and the need for interdisciplinary collaboration in providing end-of-life and palliative care. Skills are taught for building continuity of care through collaboration with interpreters, CAM practitioners, chaplains and other professional. Participants actively engage in each case study in a variety of ways, including choosing among multiple options at decision points and rating video simulations of patient-provider interactions on critical dimensions. Targeted feedback is provided for multiple choice responses and commentary on best practice is provided for other types of responses.

Event Date: 
November 1, 2015 to October 31, 2017
Number of CME Credits: 
1.5