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VCS 2020: In-home palliative care management: What can be provided and how it can help

VCS 2020: In-home palliative care management: What can be provided and how it can help

VCS 2020: In-home palliative care management: What can be provided and how it can help

Shea Cox
Shea Cox
on behalf of Missouri Veterinary Medical Association

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Launch date: 22 Nov 2020
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Last updated: 27 Jan 2021

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Topic: In-home palliative care management: What can be provided and how it can help
When traditional therapies fail, what more can we do to provide comfort and quality of life? This is a question asked by many oncology teams, and this session will share the many palliative options and approaches to care that are available for end-stage disease management from a hospice lens. Case studies will be presented to highlight successful in-home, client-administered care, including the importance and utilization of “Comfort Kits” to aid pets and their families during crisis episodes.

Exam offered and MVMA CE certificate issued following presentation.

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Palliative care measures that can be implemented to improve quality of life when “traditional therapies” fail or when end of life nears
Options for in-home, client-administered care based on disease present
The importance of Comfort Kits and preparing families for emergencies
Shea Cox

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Shea Cox
on behalf of Missouri Veterinary Medical Association

Shea Cox, DVM, CHPV, CVPP
CEO, PetHospice, Berkeley, CA (pethospice.com)
Dr. Shea Cox is a prominent leader in animal hospice and palliative care. With a focus on technology, innovation and education, her efforts are changing the end-of-life landscape in veterinary medicine. In addition to the first hospice practice to be integrated into a specialty referral hospital setting, she also launched the first nationwide telehealth platform dedicated solely to quality of life and end of life. Other endeavors include leading the development of a 125-hour hospice and palliative care certification program for veterinarians and technicians, authoring 12 book chapters relating to hospice, served as a hospice consultant for the Veterinary Information Network, and developed the American Animal Hospital Association End of Life Guidelines. Shea is Past President of the International Association for Animal Hospice and Palliative Care, and as a telehealth advocate, she is working to change current laws around the establishment of the Veterinary-Client-Patient-Relationship.
Dr. Stanley’s first faculty appointment was at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland but she has been at Michigan State University since 1999. Stanley’s clinical interests are in all aspects of soft tissue surgery, particularly upper respiratory, wound management and cutaneous reconstructive techniques. Stanley runs two research labs – in upper respiratory diseases and wound healing – for which she runs numerous studies and clinical trials. Her current upper respiratory studies are laryngeal paralysis polyneuropathy in Labradors and Newfoundlands, Norwich terrier upper airway syndrome and the brachycephalic upper airway. Her current wound healing studies are in incisional negative pressure wound therapy, amniotic membranes and honey-based products. She publishes frequently, has received many teaching awards and lectures widely at a national and international level.

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  • Missouri Veterinary Medical Association
  • 1.00 Hours -
    Exam Attempts: 3
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    Exam Pass Rate: 60

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