Documentos sobre el cáncer

The National Cancer Institute (NCI) is a component of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), one of eight agencies that compose the Public Health Service (PHS) in the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS). The NCI, established under the National Cancer Act of 1937, is the Federal Government's principal agency for cancer research and training. The National Cancer Act of 1971 broadened the scope and responsibilities of the NCI and created the National Cancer Program. Over the years, legislative ... Read More

Educating Physicians in End of Life Care

The EPEC training is easily accessible on line or to bring into the community as a credentialed workshop program. The EPEC mission is to educate all healthcare professionals on the essential clinical competencies in palliative care. The EOLCA co-sponsored an EPEC training for the Sonoma County region in 2001 and 2003 with more than 100 physicians and many other health care professionals taking the two day in-depth training. All EPEC materials including CD Rom, Trainors Manual and Plenary video tapes ... Read More

End of Life Values-Choices Checklist

English The End of Life Values-Choices Checklist is a form that lets you think about end of life choices and values, and commit them to writing. If you prefer, you can download the End of Life Values-Choices Checklist in Microsoft Word (.doc) format. Spanish The End of Life Values-Choices Checklist is a form that lets you think about end of life choices and values, and commit them to writing. If you prefer, you can download the End of Life Values-Choices Checklist in Microsoft Word (.doc) ... Read More

End of Life/Palliative Care Education Resource Center, Medical College of Wisconsin – Milwaukee

The purpose of EPERC is to assist physicians and other educators involved in all aspects of physician end of life (EOL) education through: Brief abstracts describing peer-reviewed instructional and evaluation materials A list of core resources for EOL educators and opportunities for training, extramural funding, and pending conferences Submission of your educational materials for peer review and potential inclusion on the site Through your participation, EPERC seeks to create a community ... Read More

End-of-Life Nursing Education Consortium (ELNEC) Project

The End-of-Life Nursing Education Consortium (ELNEC) project is a comprehensive, national education program to improve end-of-life care by nurses, and is funded by a major grant from The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Primary project goals are to develop a core of expert nursing educators and to coordinate national nursing education efforts in end-of-life care. Visit End-of-Life Nursing Education Consortium (ELNEC) Project ... Read More

Environmental Center of Sonoma County

The Environmental Center has three functions. It supports the work of member organizations, serves as an information and referral service and provides opportunity for ad hoc groupings to work on specific issues. Member groups and guests use it as their home base, and/or as a place for presenting programs, having meetings, mailings, or other work sessions. Most of this activity is open to the public directly, or through enrollment in one of the member organizations. Visit Environmental Center of ... Read More

Ethical Considerations for Life’s End

Start: Wed, 11/02/2005 - 11:30 Location: Kaiser Medical Center, Santa Rosa This presentation by Susan Keller for Kaiser physicians addresses issues related to knowing and honoring a person’s end of life wishes. Topics covered include the importance of meaningful conversations, understanding lifestyle and cultural orientation, planning tools and techniques, and palliative care as an equal opportunity choice. Susan is Author, Journey to Life’s End: A Traveler’s Guide © 1996; Community ... Read More

Fast Facts (from End of Life/Palliative Education Resource Center)

Fast Facts services of the End of Life/Palliative Education Resource Center (EPERC) provides peer reviewed, one-page outlines of key information on important end-of-life clinical topics for end-of-life educators and clinicians. Categories include: clinical interventions, communications, disease categories, ethics, non-pain symptoms/disorders/syndromes, pain, terminal care/ patient’s – family experience. Requires that you register and login, but it is free. Also provides online community of ... Read More

Final Crossing: Learning to Die in Order to Live

The Final Crossing: Learning to Die in Order to Live is a new book by Dr. Scott Eberle, Medical Director, Hospice of Petaluma. “This book is itself a rite of passage. Extraordinary insights shared by two remarkable people, one dying, the other the inner life and decisions of the physician and friend attending this fine fellow preparing to head into death. This is the best work of its sort I have come across. There are so many levels, so many books in this book that it might well become a teaching ... Read More