CAPC Membership Transition: Beginning on January 15, 2015, CAPC member institutions will have unlimited access to all CAPC tools, training and hands-on technical assistance. At the same time, CAPC will be launching its new, user-friendly website. To preview CAPC’s online curriculum, also launching in January, click here. The full roster of courses includes tracks on Pain Management, Communication, Palliative Care in the Community and Operations. CAPC courses will be available to the entire staff of each CAPC member institution. The courses can be accessed on computers, smart phones or tablets and all courses are linked to free CME/CEU credits. For questions, contact CAPC to speak to a membership representative.

Fast Facts and Concepts is Coming to CAPC: As of January 15, 2015, CAPC will also begin to host Fast Facts which will provide concise, practical, peer-reviewed and evidence-based summaries on key topics important to all frontline clinicians and trainees. Fast Facts will remain a free resource accessible to everyone, including non-CAPC members.

CAPC National Seminar 2015: The CAPC National Seminar is heading to San Antonio, TX November 12-14. The CAPC National Seminar provides the insight and tools necessary to start and sustain a palliative care program – whether in the hospital setting or in the community. The event offers comprehensive training in all aspects of planning, implementing and growing a palliative care program. To watch a recap of CAPC National Seminar 2014, which set a record for largest Seminar attendance, click here.

In preparation for this annual event, CAPC is seeking submissions for presentation abstracts from speakers interested in sharing their knowledge and expertise at the Seminar. Abstracts are due by January 12, 2015. Click here to submit and review all details.

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  1. Nancy Carney says:

    I am a Massachusetts hospice nurse who was recently asked by a hospital physician if I was aware of a new mandate requiring physicians to give an educational document to a patient regarding the difference between hospice and palliative care. I have been looking on the web and can’t find any article that speaks about this. Can anyone address this question for me?
    Thank you

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