Effects of Early Integrated Palliative Care on Caregivers of Patients with Lung and Gastrointestinal Cancer: A Randomized Clinical Trial
About this course
- Released: 12/13/2017
- Expires: 12/13/2019
- Read the following information before beginning the educational activity and click the "Take this course" link at the bottom of the page
- Study the educational activity
- Complete the CME quiz and evaluation
- After successful completion of the CME quiz and evaluation, you will receive the credit or participation certificate
*The CME quiz and evaluation must be completed by December 13, 2019 in order to receive the credit or participation certificate.
Physicians who wish to advance their current knowledge of symptom management and supportive care.
- Discuss the ways cited by the article in which the benefits of early integrated palliative care extend beyond patient outcomes and positively impact the experience of caregivers.
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