Delivering bad news as a multidisciplinary team
Registration for this session is additional to the congress registration fee and is: €38.5 standard and €44 on site.
Aims : to train caretakers to deliver bad news while also gathering adequate information from the patient, providing the necessary medical information, supporting the patient and collaborating with the patient to develop a treatment plan; to describe the value of interactions within a multidisciplinary team when delivering bad news.
Target audience :
Clinical researcher, Critical/Intensive care physician, General practitioner, Lung function technologist, Nurse, Paediatrician, Pathologist, Patient, Physiotherapist, Policy maker, Radiologist, Student, Thoracic oncologist, Thoracic surgeon, Trainee, Adult pulmonologist/Clinician
General respiratory patient care, Palliative care, Respiratory intensive care
Brief repetition of teaching material (SPIKES-protocol, core elements of good communication) based on a pre-recorded video depicting a doctor delivering bad news to a patient
S. Delis(Berlin, Germany)
D. Jovanović(Beograd, Republic of Serbia)
G. Hardavella(Athens, Greece)
A. Mathioudakis(Manchester, United Kingdom)
Acute critical care and home ventilator support
S. Nava(Bologna (BO), Italy)