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Integrating Palliative Care Concepts for the Heart Failure Team

Integrating Palliative Care Concepts for the Heart Failure Team

Format

Podcast

Time to Complete

60 minutes

Released

April 25, 2019

Expires

July 31, 2020

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This activity is part of the Improving Heart Failure Outcomes Through Personalized Education—Improving HOPE initiative. HOPE is a multifaceted American College of Cardiology curriculum intended to educate physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and nurses in frontline and specialty heart failure care.

This activity is not yet ready, but it will be soon!

Themes that run through the Improving HOPE curriculum include heart failure phenotypes, optimal assessment and management for heart failure with reduced ejection fraction (HFrEF) and heart failure with preserved ejection fraction (HFpEF), managing heart failure in the face of multiple common comorbidities, and using shared decision-making to engage and empower patients in self-management with effective cross-functional clinician collaboration.

Personalized education means that learners can customize the curriculum by choosing among a host of activities—by topic, format, length, and credit type—to find the combination that best meets their needs. Please visit the HOPE homepage to see all activities and to begin personalizing your own curriculum.

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