Telemedicine Facilitated Palliative Care Consultations in Rural Dialysis Patients
The purposes of this award are (a) to test the feasibility and acceptability of TelePalliative Care consultation with patients in rural dialysis units, and (b) to describe the content of such conversations and their association with patient-centered outcomes.
PI: Katherine Cheung MD, PhD
Funder: National Palliative Care Research Center Career Development Award
Project Team: Katharine Cheung (PI), Bob Gramling (Primary Mentor), Michael Lamantia, Renee Stapleton, Terry Rabinowitz
Telecoaching Palliative Care Communication Skills for Rural Clinicians
purposes of this award is to create a longitudinal telecoaching model for palliative care communication skills that is effective, feasible, scalable, and specifically targets rural community primary care providers who have limited access to palliative care specialists.
PI: Stephen Berns, MD
Funder: Cambia Health Foundation Sojourns Scholar Leadership AwardProject Team:
Stephen Berns (PI), Bob Gramling (Primary Mentor), Robert Arnold (University of Pittsbugh), Anthony Black (University of Washington), Allan Ramsay