EPEC™-O Module 13 - Advance Care Planning
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- Define advance care planing; explain its importance.
- Describe the steps of advance care planning.
- Describe the role of patient, proxy, physician/health care provider, others.
- Distinguish between statutory and advisory documents.
- Identify pitfalls and limitations in advance care planning.
- Utilize planning to help put affairs in order.
EPEC™-O self-study course
After completing the EPEC™-O Curriculum, the learner will be able to:
- Describe the scope of knowledge, attitudes, and skills that comprise the core palliative care competencies needed throughout the course of comprehensive cancer care.
- Incorporate the described treatment recommendations and approaches into clinical practice.
The learner may choose to complete the entire curriculum, or only those modules of particular interest, at his/her own pace. After completing each module, take the associated online exam.
Target Audience: Physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants (particularly those working in the fields of oncology, family medicine, general medicine, and geriatrics), training program directors (particularly of oncology fellowships, palliative medicine fellowships, geriatrics fellowships, and family practice residencies), oncology nurses, oncology social workers, palliative care nurses, and therapists treating patients with cancer.
1.50 Contact Hours
Valid for nursing contact hours through October 31, 2014.
The Hospice and Palliative Nurses Association is approved by California Board of Registered Nursing (provider # CEP 7976) as a provider for continuing education for nurses.