Course Topic: Physical Aspects of Care

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Transform your career. Learn evidence-based approaches in pain and symptom management to help support resilience and ease patients’ suffering. Help patients and families identify care goals of care. Build interdisciplinary teams.

This self-paced, online education series explores concepts and strategies integral to pediatric palliative care to help hospice and palliative care clinicians expertly support young patients with serious illnesses and their families.

Tailored for nursing professionals, this course focuses on the skills and approaches designed to integrate palliative care into the overall care of chronically and seriously ill patients.

Learn evidence-based approaches essential to primary palliative care, including communication, advance care planning, prognostication, assessing, and treating common physical symptoms of serious illnesses, care at the end of life, and more.

Improve patient care, reduce costs, learn when to refer and how to bill for palliative care services. Earn accredited CEs or CMEs with this evidence-based curriculum series, created specifically for clinicians in all settings who are caring for chronic and seriously ill patients.

For nurses working in hospice and palliative care or another care setting, this course provides you with the tools you need to better support patients and caregivers. Explore trajectories of common diseases and build expert skills in pain and symptom management, addressing emotional suffering, and caring for patients at the end of life.