课程信息
Palliative care provides invaluable help for patients living with serious or life-limiting illness and their family caregivers. Palliative care should be part of healthcare services to improve quality of life, the ability to tolerate and benefit from treatment and improve survival. In this course, you will learn about the nature of suffering and how this concept can help you understand the experience of people living with serious illness. Next, you will learn skills to more effectively communicate with patients, families and other care providers to both understand their experiences and provide an extra layer of support. In the next module you will explore your own core values and beliefs and how they impact your work with others. Finally, you will learn how to do a whole person assessment to understand the needs of people with serious illness so you can develop a plan to support them. You will be able to immediately use these insights, skills and tools in your work with people living with serious illness. In later courses, you will learn to ease pain and other symptoms, such as loss of appetite, shortness of breath and fatigue. In the final course, you will explore ways to ease psycho-social-spiritual distress. These courses will prepare you to bring basic palliative care to all in need....
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100% 在线课程

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完成时间为 4 小时

Suffering

In this module, you will learn about suffering. Suffering is different for each person living with serious illness. Suffering has many causes, such as pain, and other physical symptoms. People also suffer because of emotional, spiritual and social concerns. If you have done a great job of easing pain, but you don’t offer help for other problems, the person will still suffer. You will learn how to help people feel like someone understands them and they are not alone. You will learn how to help people feel better, with less confusion and more hope. Finally, you will hear Ollie Green talk about his experiences of illness and suffering....
Reading
14 个视频(共 49 分钟), 10 个阅读材料, 2 个测验
Video14 个视频
Are You Suffering?分钟
Core Values Defined2分钟
Understanding Suffering5分钟
A Conversation Between Ollie Green and Chaplain Julie7分钟
Empathy vs Sympathy2分钟
Palliative Care Definition4分钟
Talking to Patient About Their Illness2分钟
Two Questions1分钟
Nature of Suffering Evaluation Form2分钟
Ollie Green Dialogue 13分钟
Ollie Green Dialogue 25分钟
Ollie Green Dialogue 33分钟
What Have We Learned So Far1分钟
Reading10 个阅读材料
About Us: Palliative Care Specialization Team at CU Anschutz10分钟
What is Palliative Care Information10分钟
Understanding Suffering to Ease Suffering10分钟
Understanding Suffering30分钟
Ollie Green Story and Case Study: Background10分钟
Empathy vs Sympathy15分钟
Palliative Care Definition30分钟
Guides to Communications Pocket Card15分钟
Review the Nature of Suffering Evaluation Form30分钟
What Have We learned?10分钟
Quiz2 个练习
Nature of Suffering Quiz10分钟
Suffering Assessment30分钟
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2
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完成时间为 2 小时

SNAP

In this lesson, you’ll learn about SNAP, an easy-to-remember set of skills to use for effective conversations about values and beliefs....
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2 个视频(共 10 分钟), 2 个阅读材料, 1 个测验
Video2 个视频
Tips for SNAP5分钟
Reading2 个阅读材料
Steps of SNAP15分钟
Putting SNAP into Practice分钟
Quiz1 个练习
Steps of SNAP10分钟
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完成时间为 5 小时

Communication in Palliative Care

In this module you will learn about the importance of good communication skills as we work with patients and families living with serious illness. People often believe that communication skills are something you are born with... She is just ‘a natural’ at talking with patients and families. They always love to talk with her. I am just not good at talking with others… We would never say “She is just a natural at walking, reading, driving a car or any of other things that we need to be able to do to live and enjoy our lives." We watch and learn from others and then we work and practice until we can master a new skill. We all can learn ways to be better at communicating with patients and families. We can learn basic skills of active listening, being supportive, providing and reinforcing information to patients and families, and encouraging the patient/family caregiver to talk with us. In this module, we will review some specific techniques to use when we share bad news with a patient and family caregiver. This can be scary and uncomfortable for both the patient, the family caregiver and the healthcare providers. However, this too, can become a natural part of our goal of patient-centered communication....
Reading
11 个视频(共 54 分钟), 6 个阅读材料, 1 个测验
Video11 个视频
Feeling Heard and Understood1分钟
A Conversation Between Ollie, Judy, and Bob11分钟
Transmission vs. Transactional Communication2分钟
Transactional Style of Communications3分钟
Effective Communications Can Be Healing6分钟
Understanding the Severity of an Illness, Importance of Informed Consent, and Plan for an Uncertained Future6分钟
CLASS7分钟
Introduction to Sharing Bad News2分钟
SPIKES8分钟
NURSE3分钟
Reading6 个阅读材料
Feeling Heard and Understood分钟
Ollie Green Story and Case Study: Background10分钟
Next Steps55分钟
Tips for Better Communications30分钟
SPIKES30分钟
NURSE30分钟
Quiz1 个练习
Communication Skills in Palliative Care30分钟
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完成时间为 4 小时

Effective Palliative Care Begins with Self-Awareness

This module has three lessons. In the first lesson, you will explore your personal values and beliefs around health, illness and dying. This self-awareness will improve your ability to have effective palliative care conversations with people who have serious illnesses. In the second lesson, you will reflect on your values and beliefs from childhood and consider what's important to you as an adult. We will focus on values and beliefs around health, illness and dying, all of which are important to consider in palliative care. Lastly, you will reflect on your potential to judge or pull away from people who don't share your values and beliefs. ...
Reading
7 个视频(共 22 分钟), 3 个阅读材料, 2 个测验
Video7 个视频
Importance of Self-Awareness3分钟
Reflecting on Your Values and Beliefs3分钟
Reflecting on Health3分钟
Reflecting on Illness3分钟
Reflecting on Dying3分钟
I'm Not Judgmental!4分钟
Reading3 个阅读材料
Why Do I Need To Be Self-Aware?分钟
Reflecting on Your Values and Beliefs10分钟
I'm Not Judgmental!40分钟
Quiz1 个练习
I'm Not Judgmental15分钟

讲师

Regina Fink

Associate Professor
General Internal Medicine

Maurice Scott

MD
University of Colorado - Palliative Medicine

Kelly Arora

Co-Director, Interprofessional Graduate Certificate & Master of Science in Palliative Care (MSPC), Allied Health Professionals
University

Amos Bailey

Director, Interprofessional Graduate Palliative Care Certificate/Master of Science in Palliative Care
Internal Medicine University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus

Nancy Robertson

Nurse Practitioner
University of Colorado Anschutz medical Campus

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关于 Palliative Care: It's Not Just Hospice Anymore 专项课程

People living with serious, life-limiting, chronic illness experience significant suffering. Fortunately there are new and developing treatments which may cure some and improve survival for many people living with serious illness. However, seriously ill people and their loved ones still experience many distressing physical symptoms as well as spiritual, social and psychological distress. There is much we can do to support people to live well with serious and life-limiting illness by understanding the causes of suffering, using effective communications, and incorporating careful assessments and interventions designed to address specific needs. The Palliative Care: It’s not Just Hospice Specialization covers core concepts on the nature of suffering and demonstrates how to evaluate suffering and illustrates this in realistic patient scenarios. In subsequent weeks we learn and practice specific skills to improve communication with patients and families to help them express their experience, express and understand their core goals and values and our own empathic response. You will also learn about specific problems such as physical pain, fatigue and shortness of breath as well as psychological issues such as depression and anxiety. In addition, spiritual and social distress will be discussed with a focus on the practical evaluation and management of these challenges. All of these skills will enable you to support people to live active and full lives despite serious illness....
Palliative Care: It's Not Just Hospice Anymore

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