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Palliative Care in Cancer

   Mary V. Callaway, Director
   Kathleen M. Foley, M.D., Medical Director
   Palliative Care Program
   OSI Network Public Health Program
                                                                                       Books

World Health Organization




  http://www.who.int/bookorders/anglais/detart1.jsp?sesslan=1&codlan=1&codcol=15&codcch=459
                            Books



Palliative Care Textbooks
                                                                              Books


     UNIPAC Book Series: Hospice/Palliative Care
     Training for Physicians, A Self Study Program

     The tools you need to enhance your knowledge, improve your skills. UNIPACs
     can be ordered individually or as a complete set.

1. The Hospice/Palliative Medicine Approach to End of Life Care
2. Alleviating Psychological and Spiritual Pain in the Terminally Ill
3. Assessment and Treatment of Pain in the Terminally Ill
4. Management of Selected Non-pain Symptoms in the Terminally Ill
5. Caring for the Terminally Ill - Communication and the Physician's Role on the
   Interdisciplinary Team
6. Ethical and Legal Decision Making When Caring for the Terminally Ill
7. The Hospice/Palliative Medicine Approach to Caring for Patients with
   HIV/AIDS
8. The Hospice/Palliative Medicine Approach to Caring for Pediatric Patients



                               http://www.aahpm.org/bookstore/index.html#unipac
Books
                                                Trainer
                                                Manuals
Education for Physicians
on End-of-Life Care (EPEC)


                        Designed by experts to
                         educate physicians on the
                         essential clinical
                         competencies in end of life
                         care.

                        Combines didactic sessions,
                         videotape presentations,
                         interactive discussions, and
                         practical exercises.


 http://www.epec.net
Trainer
Manuals
Trainer
Manuals
Palliative Care Journals
   American Journal of Hospice and          Journal of Hospice and Palliative Nursing
    Palliative Medicine                      Journal of Neuropathic Pain and
   British Medical Journal: Palliative       Symptom Palliation
    Medicine                                 Journal of Pain & Palliative Care
   Cancer Pain Release                       Pharmacotherapy
   European Journal of Pain                 Journal of Palliative Care
   European Journal of Cancer Care          Journal of Palliative Medicine
   European Journal of Palliative Care      Journal of Psychosocial Oncology
   Innovations in End-of-Life Care          Journal of Social Work in End of Life and
   International Journal of Palliative       Palliative Care
    Nursing                                  Journal of Social Work in Long-Term
   The Internet Journal of Pain,             Care
    Symptom Control and Palliative           Loss, Grief & Care
    Care                                     Pain
   Journal of Cancer Pain and               Pain Reviews
    Symptom Palliation                       Palliative and Supportive Care
   Journal of Clinical Oncology             Palliative Medicine
   Journal of Pain and Symptom              Progress in Palliative Care
    Management
                                             Supportive Care in Cancer
                                             Free Email Newsletters



E-Newsletters
 Hospice Information Bulletin:
   avril@hospiceinformation.info
 CEE FSU Palliative Care Monthly E-Newsletter
   newsletter@hospice.hu
 EAPC-EAST Sylvia.Sauter@stockholmssjukhem.se
 ECEPT--Eastern and Central Europe Palliative Care Task Force
   anna.szczerbak@oncology.am.poznan.pl
 IAHPCO--International Association Hospice Palliative Care
   http://www.hospicecare.com/Newsletters/june2003/index.html
                                        Distance Learning Programs



   Distance Learning Programs


 University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada,
  http://www.palliative.org/pallcareednet/
 CancerNursing.org, Introduction to Palliative Care Nursing Course,
  free on-line course, www.cancernursing.org
 Master of Science in Palliative Care, King’s College London,
  www.kcl.ac.uk/palliative
                             Distance Learning Programs



Certificates in Palliative Care
 Certificate in Palliative Care, University of
  Wales, www.palliumwales.co.uk
 Certificate in Palliative Care, American
  Board of Hospice and Palliative Medicine,
  www.abhpm.org
                      Distance Learning Programs



Diplomas in Palliative Care
 MSc in Palliative Medicine
  www.palliumwales.co.uk/asp/dpm.asp
 Univ of Gloucestershire, email:
  shss@glos.ac.uk
 Sheffield Hallam University,
  www2.shu.ac.uk
                            Professional Membership
                            Organization




ESMO Working Groups

 dedicated to developing the role of supportive
 and palliative care both within medical
 oncology and in cooperation with other
 healthcare professionals. One of their
 important goals is to establish ‘Accredited
 Centers’ for Palliative Care throughout
 Europe and offer short-term Fellowships for
 medical oncologists to receive proper training
 in this field.
Professional Membership
Organizations
 Organization




www.cancer.org
Professional Membership
Organizations
Organizations
Professional Membership
Organizations
Professional Membership
Organizations
                                           Organization




http://www.worldoncology.net/palliative__care.htm
                       Professional Membership
                       Organization




http://www.hpna.org/
 Professional Membership
 Organizations




www.hospicecare.com
Professional Membership
Organizations
Resource Training Centers
   CROATIA    anica.jusic@zg.tel.hr
   HUNGARY    mhospicea@matavnet.hu
   HUNGARY    katalin.muszbek@hospicehaz.hu
   MONGOLIA    d_odontuya@yahoo.com
   POLAND     dangel@medianet.pl
   POLAND     jluczak@usoms.poznan.pl
   ROMANIA    hospice@rdslink.ro
   RUSSIA     fond@llgkb.ru
   SLOVENIA   Barbara.Ravnik@mail.ljudmila.org
                                    Organizations




http://hospice.ong.ro/e_index.htm
                                               Organizations




http://free.med.pl/ecept/poztraining_eng.htm
Organizations
University
University
                                                University




http://www.whocancerpain.wisc.edu/eng/13_1/center.html
University
                                        University




http://depts.washington.edu/pallcare/
University
                                        University

Pediatric Pain
http://www.dal.ca/~pedpain/index.html
                                             University


Pediatric Palliative Care
www.nursing.uiowa.edu/sites/PedsPain/index1.htm
Organization
Organiza
University
Organization
Organization
                                                  Organization




http://www.capc.org/Documents/document_142135856.html
                                           Organization




http://64.85.16.230/educate/content.html
Organization
                       Organization




http://stoppain.org/
                       Organization




http://lastacts.org/
                                    Organization




http://palliativecarenursing.net/
Organization
                            Organization




http://www.chionline.org/
Website Resources
   Beth Israel Medical Center-Pain Medicine & Palliative Care
    This website provides information on the latest innovations in pain and
    palliative care, education, research, and clinical trials, as well as hospice and
    end of life care.
   Cancer-Pain.org
    This website, established by the Association of Cancer Online Resources
    (ACOR), helps patients and caregivers learn more about pain, how to deal with
    it, and possible treatments.
   Finding Our Way: Living with Dying in America — The Online Course
    A free, Web-based course, that is part of the Finding Our Way national public
    education initiative focused on bringing practical information on end-of-life
    issues to the U.S. public.
   National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization
    NHPCO is a membership organization that focuses on advocacy work,
    educational programming, providing technical informational resources,
    conducting research, and monitoring Congressional and regulatory activities
    pertaining to hospice and palliative care.
Website Resources
   In the Mix: Dealing with Death
    An award-winning PBS series, In the Mix talks to teens about how young
    people grapple with death.
   Primer on Critical Care for Patients and Families
    A series of information sheets to provide information about critical care and
    end-of-life issues for the general public. This is the first project of a new
    initiative of the Critical Care Assembly of the American Thoracic Society.
   All Kids Grieve
    All Kids Grieve provides access to individuals, organizations, materials,
    and ideas that facilitate the possibility of growing through loss and grief for
    kids and the adults who care for them.
   Caring Connections
    A project of the University of Utah, "Caring Connections: Hope and
    Comfort in Grief Program" has developed a variety of community and
    hospital programs to meet the grief and bereavement needs of people
    experiencing loss and death.
Website Resources
   Kidsaid
    A safe place for kids to share and to help each other deal with grief about any
    of their losses. It's a place to share and deal with feelings, to show artwork and
    stories, to talk about pets, and to meet with one's peers.
   Recover: Support for Survivors of Sudden and Traumatic Deaths
    Recover, a collaborative program of the William Wendt Center for Loss and
    Healing and the District of Columbia Office of the Chief Medical Examiner
    (OCME), places experienced, professional grief counselors in the OCME to
    guide survivors of sudden deaths through the process of grief.
   AACN End-of-Life Nursing Education Consortium Project
    The ELNEC project, a partnership of the American Association of Colleges of
    Nursing and the Los Angeles based City of Hope Cancer Center, is a
    comprehensive, national education program to improve end-of-life care by
    nurses.
   Partnership for the Caring
    A national, nonprofit organization devoted to raising consumer expectations
    and increasing the demand for excellent care at the end of life.
Website Resources
   Supportive Care of Dying
    A coalition of like-minded Catholic health care providers and service
    organizations dedicated to promoting cultural change that embraces supportive
    care, compassionate relief of suffering and pain, and symptom management for
    helping people living with life-threatening illness.
   The American Hospice Foundation
    The AHF creates tools to help hospices reach out to their communities;
    supports a broad range of community bereavement programs; promotes
    hospice benefits in health insurance and managed care; and fosters research on
    consumer needs.
   The Cochrane Pain, Palliative Care and Supportive Care Collaborative Review
    Group
    The work of the PaPaS includes the preparation, maintenance, and
    dissemination of systemic reviews of randomized controlled trials of
    interventions concerned with pain and palliative care.
   The Warsaw Hospice for Children
    A non-governmental organization that was the first hospice for children in
    Poland
Website Resources
 International Observatory on End of Life Care
  This site presents public health and policy data relating to hospice
  and palliative care services internationally. The site also includes
  information drawn from the social and cultural analysis of end of
  life issues, including ethnographic, historical and ethical
  perspectives. You will find information here country by country, in
  ways which facilitate cross-national and regional comparison and
  analysis. The Observatory works in partnership with key
  organisations and individuals, nationally and internationally, to
  foster a sense of inclusion and participation in the work of the
  Observatory. The goal is to provide evidence and ideas to support
  improvements in end of life care around the world.
Website Resources
   American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine
    AAHPM is an organization for physicians who are committed to furthering
    and fostering the practice of hospice/palliative care for the terminally ill and
    their families.
   American Alliance of Cancer Pain Initiatives
    The alliance's initiatives are now in various stages of development in all 50
    U.S. states. They all serve as a significant force for change in the way
    cancer pain is managed in the U.S. health care system.
   National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization
    A membership organization that does advocacy work and educational
    programming, provides technical informational resources, conducts
    research, and monitors congressional and regulatory activities pertaining to
    hospice and palliative care.
   Palliative Medicine Journal
    An international journal dedicated to improving knowledge and clinical
    practice in the palliative care of patients with far advanced disease.
Website Resources
 Approaching Death: Improving Care at the End of Life
  This report, from a committee of the Institute of Medicine, calls for
  changes to improve end-of-life care, better training of health care
  professionals, reform of outdated laws that inhibit the use of pain-
  relieving drugs, and testing of new payment options.
 Brave Kids
  Brave Kids is an online resource for children with chronic or life
  threatening illnesses and disabilities.
 Cancer-Pain.org
  This website, built and maintained by the Association of Cancer
  Online Resources (ACOR), aims to help patients and caregivers
  learn more about pain, how to deal with it, and possible treatments.
  The website includes a caregiver's guide and a professionals' corner
  in addition to up-to-date information on understanding cancer pain
  and cancer pain treatments.
Website Resources
 Dying Well
  This website provides resources for people facing "life-limiting"
  illnesses, their families, and their professional caregivers.
 Eastern and Central Europe Palliative Task Force
  ECEPT is an international association that brings together palliative
  care professionals from Eastern and Central Europe.
 European Association for Palliative Care
  EAPC is a federation of national and regional societies of palliative
  care that represents more than 25,000 individuals across Europe and
  elsewhere.
 European Journal of Palliative Care
  EJPC is the official journal of the European Association for
  Palliative Care. It provides a medium for a multidisciplinary
  discourse between professionals in palliative care around the world.
Website Resources
 International Association for Hospice and Palliative Care
  The association seeks to increase the availability and
  access to high quality hospice and palliative care for
  patients and families throughout the world.
 International Center for the Control of Pain in Children
  and Adults
  The center offers resources for pediatric and adult pain
  care.
 Last Acts
  Last Acts is a call-to-action campaign dedicated to
  improving end-of-life care through the sharing of ideas
  and solutions by professional care givers, institutions,
  and individuals.
Website Resources
   American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine
    AAHPM is an organization for physicians who are committed to furthering
    and fostering the practice of hospice/palliative care for the terminally ill and
    their families.
   International Association for Hospice and Palliative Care
    The association focuses on increasing the availability and access to high
    quality hospice and palliative care for patients and families throughout the
    world.
   International Association for the Study of Pain
    IASP is open to scientists, physicians, dentists, psychologists, nurses,
    physical therapists, and other health professionals actively engaged in pain
    research and to those who have an interest in the treatment of pain.
   Association for Death Education and Counseling
    A multidisciplinary professional organization dedicated to promoting
    excellence in death education, bereavement counseling, and care of the
    dying
Website Resources
   American Society of Clinical Oncology
    The society's website provides articles about end of life care, palliative
    medicine and pain control, as well as information for people living with
    cancer.
   Americans for Better Care of the Dying
    ABCD is a non-profit coalition of citizens and professionals united to
    ensure that public policy addresses the needs of individuals and
    families coping with a fatal illness.
   Association of Oncology Social Work
    The association focuses on increasing awareness about the social,
    emotional, educational, and spiritual needs of cancer patients.
   Education for Physicians on End-of-Life Care
    EPEC is designed to educate all physicians on the essential clinical
    competencies required to provide quality end-of-life care.
Website Resources
   End of Life Physician Education Resource Center
    EPERC assists physician educators and others in locating high-quality,
    peer-reviewed training materials. Its website supports the identification and
    dissemination of information on end-of-life training materials, publications,
    conferences, and other opportunities.
   End-of-Life Nursing Education Consortium Project
    The project is a comprehensive, national education program to improve
    end-of-life care by nurses. The primary goals are to develop a core of expert
    nursing educators and to coordinate national nursing education efforts in
    end-of-life care.
   Innovations in End-of-Life Care
    Innovations is an international peer-reviewed journal and online forum
    highlighting promising practices that improve end-of-life care.
   The VA Faculty Leaders Project for Improved Care at the End of Life
    The project's website contains information on the four aims of the VA
    Faculty Leaders Project for Improved Care at the End of Life as well as
    links to related sites.
Website Resources
   UW Pain and Policy Studies Group
    The group studies public policy in relation to pain management, identifying
    and addressing the barriers to medical use of opioid analgesics.
   Family Caregiver Alliance
    The alliance provides information and resources for families, caregivers,
    professionals, policy makers, and the media. It focuses on Alzheimer's
    disease, stroke, traumatic brain injury, Parkinson's disease, ALS, and
    other disorders and long-term care concerns.
   National Family Caregivers Association
    NFCA is a grassroots organization created to educate, support, empower
    and speak up for the millions of Americans who care for chronically ill,
    aged, or disabled loved ones.
   Pediatric Pain Research Lab
    Professional and research resources for health care workers—including a
    sourcebook of protocols, policies, and pamphlets and self help resources for
    children in pain and their parents.

								
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