DNR & Code Status Made Easy - Videos on Full code vs Partial
 

UNDERSTAND DNR CODE STATUS & PALLIATIVE CARE IN THE ICU SETTING

What you'll receive from this course:

  • The key aspects of full code status (CPR, ACLS, shock, intubation, vasopressors)
  • Potential complications of full code procedures vs palliative care
  • DNR/DNI (Do not resuscitate / Do not intubate)
  • Tips for presenting advance directive options to patients and family members
  • Terminal weaning & palliative care in the ICU

Who is this course for?

Students and medical professionals in a variety of medical fields. Physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, nurses, & technicians who seek to better understand DNR status and palliative care in the ICU

Course Content
  • DNR: Definitions, Pillar Analogy Introduction
  • DNR: The Process of a Terminal Extubation

KIMBERLY EATON, PA-C

Very helpful in the eventuality of speaking pragmatically yet with sensitivity in discussions with loved ones.

GAYLE GWOZDZ, NP

Too basic. Not enough information provided. No difficult patient situations or scenarios provided to stimulate the provider's thought process and understanding. This is a FAR more complicated topic than what was discussed. This brief lecture series did not do it justice. This is the only topic which I feel could have been greatly enhance, all the others have been incredible!

DIANA HAMMACK, NP

Excellent. Clear and succinct discussion of DNR and patient choices. I like that you may turn around and use this verbatim helping families and patients make informed decisions.

KAMALA RAJOO, RN

Excellent. I work in ICU, this helps give me clear understanding. Thank you.

DANHONG YANG, RN

STACIE GOULD, RN

It is an important concept to know, especially more and more babyboomers are going to be under medicare. I feel that I can do better care according to the patient's will after the lecture.

MICHELLE EVA MORHOLT (NP Student)

Excellent and thorough. Thank you for emphasis on cultural considerations, patient values, and encouraging Learners to explore ways to provide patients and loved ones specifics regarding the interventions and the side effects. I usually approach the conversation from a perceived values perspective but I will be incorporating the "4 pillars" concept next time. Thank you!

AFONNE ALIMOLE, NP

Great illustration, clear explanations. Very nice pillar analogy. A good introduction to palliative care for all clinicians. Just to make aware that palliative care is not called upon only when curative treatment options are no longer being explored but can be provided alongside curative therapies with a focus on symptom management and advanced care planning discussions. Thank you.

ESTHER MAYORGA, RN

Concise and clear cut to the point. Reinforced the importance of the healthcare provider's duty to present this information to the patient as well as family so they can make an informed decision about end of life care.

DAVID WARREN, MD

SUKHWINDER SINGH

FRED ANON

As an end stage patient, I appreciate the courage of your convictions. I choose to believe that more of 'us' are less afraid of having them than our families and health care professionals.

MARCIA EGLES, MD

PATRICIA VOISSEM

MOHAMMED MUFTAH, MD

REY A, RN

AURORE DIBY CLARK

LAURIE LANE

JORDAN PODVAL, MD

SARUNYA G, RN

JULIA TILLER, RN

SALFI PK

BERYLE FRANK, PA-C

ARIELLA ROMERO, NP

JILL CONNOLLY, RN

ALEX CASTANEDA, NP

Excellent course! Very well thought out and explained! Highly recommend it to new palliative care staff as a way of understanding and broaching the subject. Thank you!

SUAD KACAR, RN

LINDA WANGUI, MD

Very informative and practical especially in terms of the analogy which can be used to simplify explaining this difficult process to patients and families.

MICHELLE POURTABIB, MD

SAMEERA ALI, MD

Well done video of explaining a difficult concept and how to approach this with pt's families in an understanding a dignified manner.

FRANCISCO SAYAGO, MD

could of been more extensive. too simple

DEBORAH HAIST

Simple comprehensive explanation. Thank you

DAVID BROWN, MD

great

DAVID BARKOE, MD

JUDY AIVETTE MORENO, NP

HUMBERTO RIOS, MD

This is an important topic, sometimes misunderstood, and always difficult to deal with. Definitely this course helps!!

DANIEL ZELAYA, RN

OMAR KAZMI, MD

USAMA ABOELKHEIR , MD

PRIYANKA LAKHANPAL, RN

ERIC ROMERO

MIA JONES

DEREK RUSSELL

MARCUS WONG, MD

KEN RUSSELL

TAMMY ALVERSON, MD

DON OLSON

ALISHA L

DAVID SCHMIDT, MD

Very good intro on topic. Helps younger learners organize thoughts for family discussions.

SEYEDEH HOSSEINI

THERESA SLADE-MOORE, MD

BRIAN CREGHAN (Medical Student)

another great by this Dr

RAWABI ALAMRI (Medical Student)

DR. SAYED MOHAMMAD

THU DINH, Pharmacist

VALERIE CHANG, PA-C

This is a very important topic. Thank you for explaining how to approach it in such a humane way.

JUAN SARMIENTO, PA

STELLA OFORI-SAMPONG

HARRIET AGYEPONG

5 stars

THOMAS COLLINS, EMT

RICHARD BENIAN, Dentist

NIKOLAY KOLEV, MD

MICHELLE NIEDERHAUSER

Clear, concise and informative. Confident and knowledgeable instructor.

JAMES QUAICOE

DR KARNAM, MD

Good insight as to how far Doctors should go !

SHAWNA FINDING, RN

JACQ CHOO


  • Quadruple Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Medicine, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine.

  • Over 20 years teaching experience as both an exam preparation instructor and an assistant professor of medicine.

  • Experience as a medical director for both a Southern California Physician Assistant Program and a Respiratory Therapy Program.



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