“Making the Case for Hospital Based Palliative Care”
“Measuring Quality and Impact of Palliative Care Programs”
“New Analysis Show Hospitals Continue to Implement Palliative Care Programs at Rapid Pace”
Palliative care programs can help hospitals and health systems achieve the ultimate win-win healthcare scenario.
The Dartmouth project uses Medicare data to provide information and analysis about national, regional, and local markets, as well as hospitals and their affiliated physicians.
Provides healthcare professionals with the tools, training and technical assistance necessary to start and sustain successful palliative care programs in hospitals and other health care settings.
The IPAL Project (IPAL-OP): Offers a central repository for learning how to start an outpatient palliative care clinic or home-based program.
Provides the best way to keep yourself informed of all the changes occurring within hospice and palliative care.
Tools to benefit patients, patients families and professionals when dealing with end-of-life care.
Is committed to stimulating, developing and funding research directed at improving care for seriously ill patients and their families.
Atraining program designed to train physicians on the essential clinical competencies required to provide quality end-of-life care.
End-of-Life Physician Education Resource Center is a repository for high-quality, peer-reviewed educational materials and information about end-of-life issues.
A national nursing education initiative to improve palliative care.
A palliative care center.
Enhance Your Knowledge. Enhance Your Practice.
An independent, not-for-profit organization, serving members of the public and health care professionals with information and education about caring for the dying and the bereaved.
An organization dedicated to social, professional, and policy reform to improve care for patients with serious illness and their families
Ira Byock, MD
Is a long-time palliative care physician and his website includes recommended books, articles, and websites; a discussion guide, The Grief Series, by Cathy Weber; and Landmarks and Developmental Tasks for the End of Life.
At Mount Ida College is dedicated to offering you and fellow care giving professionals in thanatology—the field of death, dying and grief—the latest industry knowledge and trends through a number of professional development programs.
Competencies and Fellowships:
AAHPM aims to meet this workforce shortage head on by providing subspecialty training.
There are few Palliative Care APRN Fellowships
Fellowship Program Directory
Certification through the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine
Hospice and Palliative Nurses Association (HPNA) – Certification Preparation
Pediatric Palliative Care:
CAPC’s Palliative Care Leadership Centers™ provide customized training and technical assistance to teams who treat children and want to provide expert, high-quality care.
Palliative Care in the ICU:
Improving Palliative Care in the ICU.
Dedicated to providing the best and latest information, professional resources, policy updates, and new and emerging education and research best practices in palliative and end-of-life care.