THE PALLIATIVE RURAL EDUCATION PROJECT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Palliative Care: Then and Now

The Case for Opioids: Chronic Pain and Dyspnea

Difficult Conversations

Caring Without Curing: It's OK to Die

Palliative Care: Relief of Suffering in Seriously Ill Patients

Treating Chronic Pain: An Ethical Dilemma for Physicians

Compounded Drugs of Value in End-of-Life Care

Non-interventional Treatment of Chronic Pain

Is the Pharmaceutical Industry an Heroic St. Bernard, an Octopus, or an Eight Hundred Pound Gorilla?, among others.

 

The PALLIATIVE RURAL EDUCATION PROJECT: Begun in 2012 to bring palliative care education to rural communities in Louisiana and Mississippi, the Institute sends a palliative physician and a colleague to present programs to rural hospitals and hospices to help them learn how to improve the care they give to their patients and families. The partnership of the LA-MS Hospice Palliative Care Organization provides logistical and organizational support for each 2-day program. The Palliative Care Institute provides funding for all costs related to each program. Presentations offered are listed below.

Director: John P.”Jack” McNulty, MD, FACP. FAAHPM

 

A not for Profit Educational foundation established in 2002