Webinars


Caring for Elderly Patients with ESRD: The Role of Palliative Care
August 2015 


Connecting the Institute of Medicine’s Dying in America report with CSCKP’s Strategic Goals
February 2015
**This webinar was not recorded; click here to access the presentation slides.**

Expanding our Toolbox: Communication in Kidney Disease
July 2012


2011-2012 Professional Responsibility & Palliative Care:  Case Studies on Shared Decision Making for Dialysis Patients Webinar Series
November 2011 - October 2012
Objectives of the 2011-2012 Professional Responsibility & Palliative Care:  Case Studies on Shared Decision Making for Dialysis Patients Webinar Series included defining advance care planning for renal patients, resolving pain and symptom management as related to renal patients, identifying strategies for palliative care, and describing medical management for chronic kidney disease patients who do not want dialysis.
Previously recorded webinars from this series include:
  • Resolving Conflict with Families over Stopping Dialysis
    November 2011
    Click here to watch the full presentation (65 MB) 


  • Conflict of Interest and the Care of an Elderly Dialysis Patient
    March 2012
    Click here to watch the full presentation (121 MB)
  • Making Dialysis Decisions for an Incapacitated Patient  
    June 2012

    Click here to watch the full presentation (137 MB)
    Click here for questions and answers from the presentation 


  • The Octogenarian with AKI Superimposed on CKD and Unclear Dialysis Wishes
    October 2012

    Click here to watch the full presentation (89MB)
     

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