Integrative Therapies in Hospice and Palliative Care Program:
Transforming the Culture of Care
Transforming the Culture of Care
Earn up to 3 CE/CME Credits with Self-Paced, Reflective Learning
Help your patients have effective whole-person care.
Gain new confidence in advising patients on integrative therapies.
Increase patient and family satisfaction with your services.
Help your organization be a leader in Integrative Care.
The organizational culture of palliative care is undergoing transformation toward greater focus on whole-person care, with the widespread demand and popularity of integrative therapies playing a key role in this movement. This comprehensive self-paced online course offers up to 3 CE/CME credits for health care professionals, with exclusive content by Candace Hammer Chaney RN-CHPN, PhD, Director of Complementary-Integrative Health Services at LHC Group, a national network of hospices, long-term acute care facilities, home health and community-based services; and Caroline Hurd, MD, palliative care physician at the University of Washington and Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, and co-director of the Palliative Care Training Center, Cambia Palliative Care Center of Excellence.
What You Will Learn In This Course
This course addresses organizational culture change to embrace integrative care, how integrative therapies enhance the patient experience and satisfaction, payment and funding models, and the roles of caregiver education, community resources and academic partnerships.
You will gain a thorough grounding in:
- How the movement toward integrative care is being driven by consumers
- Enhancing the patient experience and increasing patient satisfaction with integrative therapies
- Incorporating integrative therapies into health care providers’ clinical practice activities
- Payment and funding models that facilitate use of integrative care
- The role of caregiver education programs
- Community resources and academic partnerships to facilitate integrative care
- Challenges to organizational culture in the implementation of integrative care in PC settings
- Practical strategies for design and implementation of integrative care services in PC settings
Proven Impact on Practice!
This course is one of nine that form the Integrative Therapies in Hospice and Palliative Care Program. The National Cancer Institute sponsored the development and evaluation of this educational program. In a randomized controlled trial with 170 physicians, nurses, social workers and other palliative care professionals, the program led to highly significant changes in practice behaviors that promote integrative care. Publication of study results is forthcoming, and will mark this as the first online CE/CME with documented impact on practice behaviors that promote integrative care.
Candace Hammer Chaney RN-CHPN, PhD
She is Director of Complementary-Integrative Health Services, and Director of Volunteer Services, at LHC Group, a national network of hospices, long-term acute care facilities, home health and community-based services, with 30,000 employees across the US. As a nurse educator she provides training in best practices for use of integrative therapies in hospice and palliative care settings.
Caroline Hurd, MD
She is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Palliative Medicine and a palliative care physician at the University of Washington and Harborview Medical Center in Seattle. She co-directs the Palliative Care Training Center as part of the Cambia Palliative Care Center of Excellence, where she trains interprofessional clinicians in palliative care skills.
Leila Kozak, PhD and William Collinge, PhD, MPH, founders of IPCI and principal investigators of the NCI-sponsored research, created the content and developed the collaborations for the Integrative Therapies in Hospice and Palliative Care Program
Leila Kozak, PhD
She has led NIH- and VA-funded research and implementation projects on integrative therapies in supportive cancer and palliative care, hospice and geriatrics. A former Whole Health Champion for the VA’s Office of Patient-Centered Care & Cultural Transformation, she has taught integrative care at medical, nursing and psychology schools.
William Collinge, MPH, PhD, LCSW
He has led NIH-funded studies on integrative therapies, mental health, palliative care and caregiver education. He has been a scientific review administrator for NIH and the DoD, has clinical background in both integrative oncology and community mental health, and has taught at several universities.
About the CE/CME Opportunity
CE/CME for this course is powered by CMEfy — a seamless way for busy clinician learners to use Internet Point-of-Care Learning opportunities that award credits for Reflective Learning. Instead of quizzes or tests, after each module the learner reflects on “nudges” — brief questions about what you learned and how it applies to your practice.
Credits are available for Physicians (ACCME), Nurses (ANCC), Nurse Practitioners (AANP), Physician Associates (AAPA), Pharmacists (ACPE), and others on the health care team who can use AMA PRA Category 1TM credits, via the accredited activity portal ReflectCE.
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$60. The base tuition includes 1 CE/CME credit. Up to 2 additional credits may be added at $10 each for additional reflective learning activity, making a maximum 3 credits available for the course.
Below is a list of the individual courses within our Integrative Therapies in Hospice and Palliative Care Program.
To purchase an individual course please choose/click one of the titled links below. Please contact us for more information, or support.
Course 2: Acupuncture
Course 3: Aromatherapy
Course 4: Biofield Therapies
Course 5: Expressive Arts Therapies
Course 6: Massage and Touch Therapy Interventions
Course 7: Mind-Body and Contemplative Therapies
Course 8: Movement-Based Therapies
Course 9: Transforming the Culture of Care