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
B. Korn(Dublin, Ireland)
S. Delis(Berlin, Germany)
D. Jovanović(Beograd, Republic of Serbia)
G. Hardavella(London, United Kingdom)
A. Mathioudakis(Manchester, United Kingdom)
Acute critical care and home ventilator support
S. Nava(Bologna (BO), Italy)