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A Lion in the House DVD Modules for Health Care Education

Primary Author: A Lion in the House, Community Media Productions, Inc.

A compelling set of teaching modules is available from the Emmy Award-winning documentary about children with cancer, A LION IN THE HOUSE. Based on real-life case studies, where things do not always go so well, the stories offer a forum to consider and discuss approaches to helping families navigate life and death issues related to cancer.

The Case Studies in Spirituality and Childhood Cancer Module offers specific, complicated case studies around issues of spirituality during a pediatric medical crisis. The Institute of Medicine defines pediatric palliative care to include the spiritual needs of a family, with a broad view of spirituality as the search for meaning and purpose in life and in death. Many families rely on spiritual resources in times of health-related crises, especially at end-of-life. Yet the majority of medical caregivers do not address issues of spirituality with their patients, with many feeling ill-equipped to do so. This module offers the insight of several veteran pediatric oncologists around spirituality issues.

-Each DVD module contains mini movies shot over a course of six years, competencies & objectives, discussion questions, a recommended resource list, and a PowerPoint presentation.

Date Last Modified 04/01/2010 Video, Case example/study, Clinical practice guidelines, Course curriculum, Website

Clinical Practice Guidelines for Quality Palliative Care, Second Edition

Primary Author: National Consensus Project for Quality Palliative Care

Developed by a consortium of organizations, the Clinical Practice Guidelines for Quality Palliative Care apply to specialist-level palliative care (e.g., palliative care teams) delivered in a wide range of treatment settings and to the work of providers in primary treatment settings where palliative approaches to care are integrated into daily clinical practice. Domain 5 of the guidelines covers Spiritual, Religious and Existential Aspects of Care.

Date Last Modified 01/01/2009 Clinical practice guidelines, Report/Document/Book chapter

Distress Management in Cancer: Standards and Clinical Practice Guidelines

Primary Author: Jimmie C. Holland, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center

This is a slide presentation with audio Dr. Holland gave to the American Psychosocial Oncology Society (APOS). Dr. Holland discusses why standards and clinical practice guidelines are important, describes various types of distress that occur with cancer, including spiritual distress, barriers to improving care for patients in distress, and treatment guidelines and standards for treatment.

Date Last Modified Lecture presentation, Clinical practice guidelines

Health Care Guideline: Palliative Care

Primary Author: ICSI: Institute for Clinical Systems Improvement

Guideline to "assist primary and specialty care providers in identifying and caring for adult patients with a potentially life-limiting, life-threatening or chronic, progressive illness who may benefit from palliative care." Includes guidelines for the spiritual, religious and existential aspects of care.

Date Last Modified 05/01/2008 Clinical practice guidelines

Improving the Quality of Spiritual Care as a Dimension of Palliative Care: The Report of the Consensus Conference

Primary Author: Christina M. Puchalski, GWish: The George Washington Institute for Spirituality and Health

Improving the Quality of Spiritual Care as a Dimension of Palliative Care: The Report of the Consensus ConferenceA Consensus Conference sponsored by the Archstone Foundation of Long Beach, California, was held February 17–18, 2009, in Pasadena, California. The Conference was based on the belief that spiritual care is a fundamental component of quality palliative care. This document and the conference recommendations it includes builds upon prior literature, the National Consensus Project Guidelines, and the National Quality Forum Preferred Practices and Conference proceedings.

This was published in the October 2009 issue of the Journal of Palliative Medicine (JPM).

Date Last Modified 10/01/2009 Article, Clinical practice guidelines
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