Key Findings of the Structures and Processes of Inpatient Pediatric Palliative Care Programs (S737)

Title

Key Findings of the Structures and Processes of Inpatient Pediatric Palliative Care Programs (S737)

Creator

Rogers M; Williams C; Klick J; Friebert S; Heitner R

Publisher

Journal of Pain and Symptom Management

Date

2020

Subject

burnout; child; clergy; conference abstract; controlled study; female; health care delivery; health care system; hospital patient; human; major clinical study; male; palliative therapy; physician; practice guideline; registered nurse; social worker

Description

Objectives: * Examine the key structures and processes of inpatient pediatric palliative care programs in the United States. * Assess the degree of variation in program delivery, staffing, and patient volumes. * Identify three threats and three opportunities to the standardization of pediatric palliative care practice. Original Research Background: Over the past ten years, health care systems have begun to recognize pediatric palliative care (PPC) programs as the standard of practice in providing high-quality care. Despite this culture shift, little is known about how PPC programs operate, the services they provide, or the staffing required to provide them sustainably. Research Objectives: To examine the key structures and processes of PPC programs.

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Citation List Month

March 2020 List

Collection

Citation

Rogers M; Williams C; Klick J; Friebert S; Heitner R, “Key Findings of the Structures and Processes of Inpatient Pediatric Palliative Care Programs (S737),” Pediatric Palliative Care Library, accessed September 24, 2021, https://pedpalascnetlibrary.omeka.net/items/show/17012.

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