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Innovations in Cancer and Palliative Care Education (Dimensions in Cancer and Palliative Care Education)

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Published by Radcliffe Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Palliative medicine,
  • Education & Training,
  • Oncology,
  • Terminal Care,
  • Medical

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsNigel Sykes (Foreword), Lorna Foyle (Editor), Janis Hostad (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages280
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11914305M
    ISBN 101846190568
    ISBN 109781846190568

    The first, Delivering Cancer and Palliative Care Education (Radcliffe, ) was reviewed in this column. This book contains a wealth of material on teaching and learning theories and techniques, much of it innovative, some of it inspiring. The experience and expertise of the contributors is obvious. Participants were selected from an application process that concluded in August of this year. The Walther Program in Palliative Care Research and Education at the IU Simon Cancer Center is funded through a grant from The Walther Cancer Foundation.

    The PDQ Supportive and Palliative Care Editorial Board consists of experts in the fields of pain and palliative care, psychology, medical oncology, and pediatric oncology. This Board meets six times a year to develop and modify supportive care information in PDQ. Components of the Care Pathway for Primary Palliative Care GPs interested in implementing the CPPPC are taught about the four pillars in the development of care pathways: (1) research evidence, (2) clinical expertise, (3) local organization of care and use of tools and resources and (4) patient preferences [ 23 ].Cited by: 5.

      Telemedicine uses telecommunications technology as a tool to deliver health care to populations with limited access to care. Telemedicine has been tested in multiple clinical settings, demonstrating at least equivalency to in-person care and high levels of patient and health professional satisfaction. Teleoncology has been demonstrated to improve access to care and decrease health care Cited by: 9. INDIANAPOLIS — The Mary Margaret Walther Program in Palliative Care Research and Education, part of the Indiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Cancer Center, will host a two-day symposium, “Passages and Promises: Innovation in Palliative Care Research, Education and Communication,” Nov. 17 and 18 at Indiana University-Purdue University.


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This practical, evidence-based guide has been specifically designed for teachers in cancer and palliative care. It is completely up-to-date and covers the recent complex changes in cancer and palliative care delivery, offering Cited by: 5.

Innovations in Cancer and Palliative Care Education. DOI link for Innovations in Cancer and Palliative Care Education. Innovations in Cancer and Palliative Care Education book. 4, Prognosis. By Lorna Foyle, Janis Hostad.

Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 3 October Cited by: 1. Designed for teachers in cancer and palliative care, this work covers the complex changes in cancer and palliative care delivery.

It includes highlighted key points, self help questions for reflection, and references where applicable. High fidelity simulation in cancer and palliative care education. The use of competencies in palliative care education. Problem based learning: not such a problem.

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Innovations in Cancer and Palliative Care Education: v. 4, Prognosis - CRC Press Book This work includes Foreword by Nigel Sykes, Medical Director, St Christopher's Hospice, London. This practical, evidence-based guide has been specifically designed for teachers in cancer and palliative care.

Get this from a library. Innovations in cancer and palliative care education. [Lorna Foyle; Janis Hostad;] -- This work includes Foreword by Nigel Sykes, Medical Director, St Christopher's Hospice, London. This practical, evidence-based guide has been specifically designed for teachers in cancer and.

The quality of cancer and palliative care is going through unprecedented change and development as a result of policy initiatives. The impact of these policies on education is unparalleled and it is essential that clinicians and educationalists are aware of the policy formation processes and educational strategies that meet the demands of these changing times.

Illuminating the Diversity of Cancer and Palliative Care Education examines a myriad of original approaches, techniques, methods, educational strategies and imaginative innovations within this vital field of : Paperback.

The quality of cancer and palliative care is going through unprecedented change and development as a result of policy initiatives. The impact of these policies on education is unparalleled and it is essential that clinicians and educationalists are aware of the policy formation processes and educational strategies that meet the demands of these changing times.

Palliative care is care given to improve the quality of life of patients who have a serious or life-threatening disease, such as cancer. Palliative care is an approach to care that addresses the person as a whole, not just their disease. The goal is to prevent or treat, as early as possible.

This is an important book and one which should be read by all clinicians, educators and managers responsible for improving services in cancer and palliative care. Table of Contents The impact of health and social policy on cancer and palliative care education.

Illuminating the Diversity of Cancer and Palliative Care Education examines a myriad of original approaches, techniques, methods, educational strategies and imaginative innovations within this vital field of : Illuminating the Diversity of Cancer and Palliative Care Education examines a myriad of original approaches, techniques, methods, educational strategies and imaginative innovations within this vital field of medicine.

Its contributors share a range of educational techniques. Illuminating the Diversity of Cancer and Palliative Care Education examines a myriad of original approaches, techniques, methods, educational strategies and imaginative innovations within this vital field of medicine. The MJHS Institute for Innovation in Palliative Care is pleased to offer our free and fee-based interdisciplinary webinar series, live and on demand, delivered by frontline experts, typically offering AMA PRA Category 1 Credit ™ for Continuing Medical Education (CME), Nursing continuing education (CE), and Social Work CE credits.

Our NEW 5-module interactive e. This new edition of the Oxford Textbook of Palliative Medicine has been thoroughly updated to offer a truly global perspective in this field, and new sections include information on assessment tools, care of patients with cancer, and the management of issues in the very young and the very old.

It covers all the new and emerging topics, and the multi-disciplinary nature of palliative care. CanCer anD Palliative Care eDuCation.

MSc Delivering Quality initiative which aims to develop senior practitioners CanCer ServiCeS One year full-time, years part-time research and innovation in the cancer field, ensuring a highly stimulating course that challenges students to think in different ways about how they deliver the.

Guidance on cancer services: improving supportive and palliative care for adults with cancer. The manual. National Institute for Clinical Excellence, London, ). Palliative rehabilitation helps enable people to participate as fully as possible in. Book Title: Innovations in cancer and palliative care education: ISBN: APA6 Citation: McCready, T., & MacDonald, J.

Pre registration nursing: cancer and palliative care education. Innovations in cancer and palliative care education, - Author: T. McCready, Julie. MacDonald. Myra Glajchen is the Director of Medical Education at the MJHS Institute for Innovation in Palliative Care and an Assistant Professor of Family and Social Medicine at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York, New York.

George Handzo is the Director of Health Services, Research.The quality of cancer and palliative care is going through unprecedented change and development as a result of policy initiatives. The impact of these policies on education is unparalleled and it is essential that clinicians and educationalists are aware of the policy formation processes and educational strategies that meet the demands of these changing : Lorna Foyle, Janis Hostad.Introduction.

There has been a drive in the last decade to shift the delivery of palliative care from the hospital setting to community-based and hospice settings; this change is a response to both patient preference and to the variable quality of care experienced by patients dying in hospital.1–3 Although more people are living and dying at home, around half still die in hospitals.