Updates in Hospice and Palliative Medicine and Intensive Physician Board Review Course
Online Access to Syllabus and Video Presentations
Please allow 24 hours for the Online Access to be activated. Please be advise that Friday, Saturday or Sunday registration will be activated on the following Monday.
This activity is targeted to physicians and fellows as a board review course for the Hospice and Palliative Medicine Board Certification, though some Advanced Practice Nurses may find the information beneficial.
The recording of the live Board Review Course will be available on-demand. This option includes online access to the recorded sessions, PowerPoint Slides, Test Questions and Answer Bank. The on-line matertials/videos will be available on-line for a minimum of 12 months. The videos cannot be download. The 2020 Board Review Course recording will be available by September 15, 2020. No CME or MOC credits are available for this option. See Registration Information, below, for instructions and applicable fees.
Caring for the cancer patient in the advanced stages of disease is particularly challenging to the healthcare team. It requires attending to the many dimensions of care including medical, psychosocial, ethical, and spiritual needs. In its 16th year, the Updates in Hospice and Palliative Medicine and Intensive Physician Board Review Course will continue to offer physicians and healthcare professionals’ educational updates and literature review to help them successfully take the ABIM exam.
Physicians, fellows and advanced nurse practitioners will gain the knowledge and competence pertaining to symptom and pain management, issues facing patients at end-of- life, and effective communication techniques to implement into clinical practice.
After attending the activity, participants should be able to:
- Interpret spiritual, legal and medical issues facing patients at end-of-life;
- Provide optimal End-of-Life care including symptom management, psychosocial support and state-of-the-art pain management;
- Demonstrate effective communication techniques with patients in the advanced stages of cancer or debilitating disease and provide quality end-of-life care;
- Identify non-cancer conditions needing palliative care.
- Audience Response System
- Internet Web Streaming Course
- Question/Answer Sessions