End-of-Life Care Research Group at the 11th EAPC World Research Congress Online, 7th to 9th October 2020

06-10-2020

Please find below an overview of the presentations and posters of our team members at the EAPC 2020 conference

 

INTERACTIVE ONLINE SESSIONS

  • Leemans, K. Palliative care needs and the Covid-19 pandemic – Oral Abstract / Free Communication 7 Oct 2020 12.00-12.50 pm  Circumstances surrounding death of patients during the Covid-19 pandemic: online-survey study with health care professionals from multiple settings providing end-of-life care
  • Leemans, K. Palliative Care needs and the Covid-19 pandemic – poster discussion  7 Oct 2020 1.00-1.50 pm Wellbeing of nurses caring for patients who died during the Covid-19 pandemic in hospitals, nursing homes and at home: an online-survey study
  • Piette, V. Children’s Palliative Care Seminar: Advance Care Planning  7 Oct 2020 6.00-6.50 pm Barriers and facilitators for parents when participating in an end-of-life decision for their infant
  • Van den Block, L. (chair) EAPC Award Winners 8 Oct 2020 10.00 - 10.50 am   
  • Gijsberts, M.J.  Open meeting EAPC Reference Group on Spirituality 8 Oct 2020 11.00 - 11.50 am  
  • Honinx, E.  High scoring abstracts session 9 Oct 2020 10.00 - 10.50 am  The effect of the “PACE steps to success” programme on hospital admissions in the last month of life and the place of death of nursing home residents in 7 European countries
  • Van den Block, L. (chair) High scoring abstracts session 9 Oct 2020 10.00 - 10.50 am   Cohen, J. Themed session: Health Service quality & performance and costs 9 Oct 2020 1.00 – 1.50 pm Using big data to benchmark the quality of end-of-life care and estimate cost implications of quality improvement Cohen, J.
  • Van den Block, L.  Meet-the-experts 9 Oct 2020 4.00 – 4.50 pm Effective components of palliative care intervention

 


ON DEMAND PRESENTATIONS 

  • Dierickx, S. Free communication session: Other "Care needs of people attending palliative day care centers and their informal caregivers: a prospective survey study"
  • Gijsberts, M. Free communication session: Spirituality and Existential Issues Spiritual care provided by nursing home physicians: a nationwide survey
  • Hudson, P. Plenary III "Do family meetings for hospitalized palliative care patients improve outcomes and reduce health care costs? : a cluster randomized trial"
  • Leemans, K. "Free communication session:Health Economics, Policy and Organization" Nationwide evaluation of the quality of palliative care provided by specialist palliative care services using quality indicators
  • Miranda, R. "Free communication session: Nursing home and elderly patients" "Clinical events and comfort at death in nursing home residents with different statuses of dementia: the six-country epidemiological PACE study"
  • Pivodic, L. "Free communication session: Public Health" Trajectories of physical, psychological and social well-being in the last 5 years of life: a longitudinal study in people with and without cancer
  • Vanderstichelen, S. "Free communication session: Bereavement" The contribution of and support for volunteer palliative care: a survey of volunteers across the health care system
  • Vissers, S. "Free communication session: Delirium and palliative sedation" Control measures for continuous deep sedation until death: a frame analysis of physicians’ views

 

POSTERS

  • Cantaert, G. (en Vanderstichelen, S. & Chambaere, K.) Volunteer policy in palliative care in Flanders: a content analysis of policy documents
  • De Nooijer, K. Timely short-term specialized palliative care service intervention for frail older people and their family carers in primary care: intervention development and modelling using Theory of Change
  • Gijsberts, M. Training volunteers, nurses and doctors to provide spiritual care: program description and effects on participants
  • Jennings, N. Developing and validating a questionnaire for mortality follow-back studies on end-of-life care and decision-making in a resource-poor Caribbean country (BMC Palliative Care, 2020), 
  • Jennings, N. Palliative and End-of-Life Care in a Small Caribbean Country: A Mortality Follow-back Study of Home Deaths (JPSM, 2020)
  • Leemans, K. (en De Schreye R.) Quality indicators for palliative care, advance care planning and end of life care in nursing homes: results of a pilot study
  • Mertens, F. Heading towards integrated care? Healthcare professionals' experiences with palliative patients' transfers: a focus group study
  • Piette, V. Effects of healthcare interventions on quality-of-life outcomes in children at the end of life: a systematic review
  • Van Dael, A. (en Pivodic, L.) Comparing advance care planning practices, knowledge and self-efficacy among different nursing home care staff: a survey study
  • van Driessche, A. Essential components of an advance care planning intervention for adolescents with cancer: BOOST pACP
  • Van Rickstal, R. (en De Vleminck, A.) Comparing advance care planning in young-onset dementia in the USA vs Belgium: challenges relate to societal context
  • Vandenbogaerde I. The effect on advance care planning on the family carers' involvement in decision-making, and their psychological distress: results of the ACTION-trial
  • Vanderstichelen, S. The involvement of volunteers in palliative care and their collaboration with healthcare professionals: a cross-sectional survey of volunteers in the Flemish healthcare system (Belgium)
  • Vanderstichelen, S. (en Scott, R) Impact evaluation of the EAPC Madrid Charter on volunteering in hospice and palliative care

 

 
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