Module 8: Teamwork in End-Of-Life Care

Topics
Format
CE Credits
2
Exam Items
10
Description
Integrative care, in which providers collaborate in their assessment, treatment plans, treatment implementation, and outcome evaluation has also been a trend in primary care. Despite the increasing expectation and need for patient care to be integrated care, most mental health professionals do not receive systematic training in interdisciplinary team processes, functions, or interdisciplinary education
Learning Objectives
  • Differentiate between different types of end-of-life care teams in medical settings and identify the strengths and challenges associated with them,
  • Identify psychological issues that affect patient and family coping near the end of life and the ways in which mental health providers working with treatment teams can contribute to the management of these issues, and
  • Apply specific skills for interacting with treatment teams involved with end-of-life care.
Instructor(s)
Biographies of the presenters: Donna M. Kwilosz, Julia Kasl-Godley
Co-sponsor(s)

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This program is available through the partnership of the APA Office of Continuing Education in Psychology (CEP) and eNURSING llc.

Price
$50.00 for Non-members
$40.00 for Members/Affiliates
Enrollment Limit
0