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NHPCO October ECHO Session - Shared screen with speaker view
Kim Smith
41:12
What happened at the end of the respite
Christopher Piromalli
43:44
What interventions were taken to get behavioral health care for the husband?
NADYA Dimitrov
44:09
I was not aware that respite was already considered.
Talon Windwalker
51:49
If you have a bioethics committee, this would be a great case to process through the team's moral distress as well
MaryAnn Ruberg
57:02
I think the occurrence of "suicide pact" ("don't allow me to suffer") may be more common than we like to think, and the issue may be more prevalent as baby boomers continue to age and caregiving options decrease (lack of paid caregivers, lack of hospice workers, smaller nuclear families, etc...)
Jill Little
01:07:02
Elena tough subject thanks for sharing
Amanda Bunn
01:07:09
Thank you all!
Sarah Simmons | NHPCO
01:07:14
Please consider submitting a case presentation https://www.nhpco.org/sbar-case-study-form/
Sarah Simmons | NHPCO
01:07:27
Or apply to serves as an SME https://www.nhpco.org/regulatory-and-quality/quality/projectecho/project-echo-subject-matter-expert-invitation/
Therese Remillard
01:07:28
Thank you!
NADYA Dimitrov
01:07:29
thank you for a great presentation on a difficult topic
MaryAnn Ruberg
01:07:32
Is there a reference for the high suicide risk rate?
Christian Stoltz
01:07:36
Thank you
Sarah Simmons | NHPCO
01:07:56
More information on NHPCO's Project ECHO program https://www.nhpco.org/regulatory-and-quality/quality/projectecho/
Christopher Piromalli
01:08:06
Thank you so much!
MaryAnn Ruberg
01:08:49
thank you!