Shifting Goals of Care Towards End of Life
Are you comfortable discussing end of life issues with your patients? Dr. Myers shares how to have these types of conversations.
Apply conversational strategies to goals of care discussion
Distinguish various members/roles or hospice care team
Outline multiple strategies to achieve goals of care
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|Shifting Goals of Care Towards End of Life - Handout (2.6 MB)||22 Pages||Available after Purchase|
Shelly Myers, DO is a board-certified family medicine physician. She earned her B.S. at Northern Arizona University, completed medical school at Midwestern University Arizona College of Medicine, and finished her residency at Honor Health Osborn. She specializes in hospice and palliative care, currently working with Hospice of the Valley in Phoenix, Arizona. Dr. Myers leads an inpatient hospice unit and performs house calls to homebound hospice patients living in the community.
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