Giving Compass’ Take:
• Diane Meier shares her expert insight into the future of palliative care, including her fears for the field.
• How can funders work to ensure that palliative care is accessible and high-quality into the future?
• Read about reimagining end of life care.
Diane Meier is an international leader of palliative care, a MacArthur “genius” awardee, and amongst many other leadership roles, the CEO of the Center to Advance Palliative Care (CAPC). We were lucky enough to snag Diane for our podcast to talk about everything we always wanted to ask her, including:
- What keeps her up at night?
- Does palliative care need a national strategy and if so why and what would it look like?
- The history of CAPC and the leadership centers
- Advice that she has for graduating fellows who want to continue to move palliative care forward as they start their new careers
- What she imagines palliative care will look like in 10 or 15 years?
- What is the biggest threat facing palliative care?
Read the full article about the future of palliative care by Diane Meier at GeriPal.
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