2017 PNW Palliative Care Conference

HONORING PATIENT AND FAMILY VALUES ACROSS THE CARE CONTINUUM

KEYNOTE: Robert M. Arnold, MD

 

***Pre‐Registration required for Tuesday afternoon workshops***

  Monday April 24th 8:00-5:00pm & Tuesday April 25th 8:00am-5:00pm

 

 

 

 

 

Shoreline Conference Center
 18560 1st Ave NE
 Shoreline, WA 98155

Sponsored by the Cambia Palliative Care Center of Excellence and Harborview Medical Center Palliative Care Committee

 Course Objectives:

1. Describe the stages of advance care planning from early goals of care through end of life care.

2. Deploy a step-wise framework to elicit preferences for future health and respond to emotions that arise

    during advance care planning.

3. Narrow disparities in healthcare for patients with serious illness by building communication skills for working

    with patients with diverse racial, cultural and spiritual backgrounds and preferences especially as it relates

    to decision making and goals of care.

4. List available tools and resources to conduct advance care planning from patient-facing tools, to provider

     education, to system-wide strategies.

5. Assess different advance care planning needs for a range of populations including patients with cancer and

    perinatal serious illness.

6. Describe how current research in the field of palliative care is changing how healthcare is delivered.

7. Explain ethical challenges and strategies for using surrogates in health care decision making.

8. Describe the POLST form and the role the POLST plays in advance care planning.

 

SCHEDULE

Monday April 24th  8:00am-5:00pm

Tuesday April 25th 8:00am-5:00pm

8:00am    Registration and Continental Breakfast

 

8:30am   Introduction & Cambia PCCE Updates

                J. Randall Curtis, MD MPH

 

 

 

10:45am   BREAK

 

11:00am   Breakout Sessions

  • "The Future of Advance Care Planning Education",
       Robert Arnold, MD
  • "POLST Form Case Review",
       Sharmon Figenshaw, ARNP
  • "Honoring Choices and Advanced Care Planning:
      learning from the UWMC experience",
     
    Lu Marchand, MD

 

12:30pm   LUNCH PROVIDED

 

 

1:30pm  Updates to Cambia PCCE Education Operations,
               Caroline Hurd, MD

 

1:45pm "The Role of Palliative Care in Population Health: The
               Perspective From the Health
System",
               Brian Goldstein, MD

 

2:30pm "Ethical Issues with Advance Care Planning",
              Patsy Treece, RN

 

3:15pm   BREAK

 

3:30- 5:00pm Breakout Sessions

  • "Challenging Cases", Patsy Treece, RN
  • "Considering Culture in Advance Care Planning",
      Jody Waldron, MD
  • "Advance Care Planning in Oncology",
       Mia Baumgardner
  • "The Advance Care Birth Plan: End of Life Planning at
       the Time of Birth, Josie Amory, MD

 

 

5:00pm   ADJOURN

8:00am     Registration and Continental Breakfast

 

8:30am     Welcome & Updates to Research Operations
                
J. Randall Curtis, MD MPH

 

10:00am   Research Presentations by UW Schools of Medicine,
                 Nursing and Social Work, UW Co-Chairs:
                 Ruth Engelberg, PhD & Ardith Doorenbos, PhD RN FAAN

 

   Oral Presentations

11:55am Poster Presentations

 

12:00pm    Lunch and  Poster Viewing/Networking

 

1:00pm - 5:00pm        Afternoon Workshops

              
NOTE: PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED For AFTERNOON WORKSHOPS

 

 

 

5:00pm     ADJOURN

Vendors

Contacts

U of Washington Bookstore (fee waived)

Providence Hospice of Seattle

Gentiva Hospice

Life Care Northwest

SightLife

Ladybug House (fee waived)

Safe Crossings (fee waived)

 

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