APRN Learning: Re-Envisioning Palliative Care APRN Education
APRN Learning: Re-Envisioning Palliative Care APRN Education
The purpose of this presentation is to report outcomes of HPNA's four-year project review of the APRN graduate programs with palliative care as a subspecialty. Connie Dahlin provides a consensus reflection regarding the philosophy and essential pedagogies and concepts incorporated into graduate nursing education programs seeking to prepare entry-level APRNs to practice in specialized palliative care.

Connie Dahlin, MSN, ANP, BC, ACHPN, FPCN, FAAN, is a consultant to HPNA and is an advanced practice nurse with extensive hospice and palliative care experience. She is a 2016 Cambia Health Foundation Sojourns Leadership Scholar in which her project was to create a national model for primary palliative education for community and rural APRNs. She co-founded and clinically directed a Boston-area academic medical center palliative care service, an urban Boston hospice, and coordinated an Oregon community hospice and home health agency. Ms. Dahlin served as clinical associate professor at the Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Professions and past faculty at the Harvard Medical School Center for Palliative Care. She edited the second and third editions of the National Consensus Project for Quality Palliative Care Clinical Practice Guidelines. She co-edited the first and second editions of HPNA Core Curriculum for the Hospice and Palliative APRN. She serves as part of the national End-of-Life Nursing education Consortium faculty, the American Hospital Association Circle of Life Award Committee, and the National Quality Forum MAP Post-Acute Care and Long-Term Care Workgroup. Past national work includes the American Hospital Association, American Nurses Association, and HPNA Call for Action: Nurses Lead and Transform Palliative Care. Previous roles also include the American Academy of Nursing Palliative End of Life Expert Panel and the Measurement Application Partnership Clinician Workgroup. Ms. Dahlin is currently working with the American Nurses Association to revise the Hospice and Palliative Nursing: Scope of Standards of Practice.

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