Palliative Care 3-4-2010


At the conclusion of the presentation, the participants will be able to:

  1. Comprehend the history and evolution of the concept of PC
  2. Value the use of PC as an integral part of all areas of medical practice, not just end-of-life care
  3. Understand the importance of PC on patient/family quality of life issues as well as control and management of a chronic disease

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Participant Information

4. Are you Hispanic, Latino/a, or Spanish origin? * (One or more categories may be selected)
5. What is your race? * (One or more categories may be selected)

Program Evaluation

Using the rating scale, please rate the following.


Objectives/Learner's achievement of each objective
12. As a result of this educational activity, I am able to:


Presenter 1
13. John Gillespie, MD, Trustee and Consultant, The Center for Hospice & Palliative Care, Inc., Buffalo, NY

Presenter 2
14. George J. Giokas, MD, Attending Physician, Ellis Hospital; Consulting Physician, Sunnyview Hospital; Regional Medical Director, The Community Hospice of Schenectady, Director of Palliative Care

Presenter 3
15. (Not applicable)

Presenter 4
16. (Not applicable)

Presenter 5
17. (Not applicable)

Conflict of Interest

Outcomes of Education

23. Please list up to three specific barriers you have identified that will prevent you from incorporating what you have learned into practice.


24. Please list up to three specific strengths of this learning activity/offering.

25. Please list up to three specific areas to improve this learning activity/offering.

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(Not eligible for continuing education credits)