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Reply To: Interested in a Palliative Care EBP Project?
I would be interested but I have a very limited population in hospice.
——————————————- Dianne Fochtman Hospice Hawaii Honolulu, HI United States ——————————————-
——————————————- Original Message: Sent: 02-07-2014 02:11 AM From: Kate Mazur Subject: Interested in a Palliative Care EBP Project?
Yes, I would love to collaborate on such a project with you. I really enjoyed meeting you this weekend and thank you again for coming to speak in Houston. You have my email address and please contact me to further this mission.
——————————————- Kate Mazur Houston, TX United States ——————————————-
——————————————- Original Message: Sent: 02-06-2014 11:33 PM From: Deborah Lafond Subject: Interested in a Palliative Care EBP Project?
Dear APHON Palliative Care Colleagues:
I am interested in beginning or participating in an EBP project evaluating the translation of the APHON/COG Palliative Care Resource Manual into practice. While not thought of traditionally as a clinical guideline, I think that this is a peer-reviewed, evidence-based resource. I have talked with Pam Hinds about this idea and she supports that the manual could indeed be used as a clinical guideline. I am thinking about taking a piece of the manual, as the whole thing is much too long to evaluate in a timely manner, and developing an EBP project looking at how folks use this at the bedside to guide care. Would anyone be interested in working on such a project with me?
——————————————- Deborah Lafond Children’s National Medical Center Saint Leonard, MD United States ——————————————-