Hawaii State Palliative Care Summit April 25, 2020
Our very successful Palliative Care Summit brought key stakeholders together for an overview of the current state of palliative care in Hawai‘i, with focus on:
- What is working?
- What are barriers?
- What are the opportunities for expanding access?
The Palliative Care Summit on April 25, 2020 in Honolulu was the first of its kind in Hawai‘i.
A final report on the Summit can be downloaded here. This includes the results of the focus groups, surveys, input from the conference and next steps.
Our 121 participants represented a diverse array of stakeholders including health plans, health systems, hospices, higher education, state and county government, and non-profits (including AARP and American Cancer Society). Participants came from all 4 counties and included doctors, nurses, social workers, chaplains, community advocates and administrators.
- See also our Hawaii Palliative Care Virtual Summit 2021
Palliative Care Summit 2020 Agenda
The entire recorded summit is on our YouTube Channel. To watch a specific presentation please click on ‘Watch on YouTube‘ in the Agenda to jump to it directly. (You may need to click ‘play’ once you are on YouTube.)
Agenda (April 25, 2020):
Supportive Care: Best Care for Seriously Ill Persons
Johanna Kaupu – Patient Story on Supportive Care
Presented by Hope Young
Dr. Cecilio Salvador – Physician Experience as a Patient on Supportive Care
Presented by Dr. Rae Seitz • Watch on YouTube
Stakeholder & Community Data
● Focus Groups – MedQuest, Chaplains, Hospices, Physicians
● Case Managers – survey
● Providers – survey
Jeannette Koijane • Watch on YouTube • Download PDF file
Review Definition & Core Elements
3 Polls (3) to be administered
• 1 = Definition of Palliative Care
• 2 = Standards
• 3 = Select priorities
Summary of comments in the chat feature collected during the conference.
Dr. Daniel Fischberg • Watch on YouTube • Download PDF file
Looking ahead and survey 1:41:21
Learn more, have a look at our presenter’s Bios
The Summit was sponsored by the Department of Health, State of Hawai‘i, the John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM), University of Hawai‘i, and Kōkua Mau, a statewide network to improve care for those with serious illness.
Mapping Palliative Care in Hawai‘i – Read the report from July 2020