Are you are trying to implement a new palliative care program and not getting a lot of support from your organization? If you do have a program, do you find many who could benefit from palliative care are not accessing it?
Break Through to Palliative Care Success!
Successful palliative care programs do not require just clinical skills –- success comes from the ability to integrate versus implement palliative care.
In this webinar you will learn how to integrate palliative care within existing clinical programs, and get a head start on the tools and skills you need to accelerate that success in any organization.
Helen McNeal is the Executive Director of the California State University Institute for Palliative Care at CSUSM and a member of the Board of Directors of the Coalition for Compassionate Care of California. She is an executive with experience in non-profit and for-profit leadership whose career has woven together her dual passions, facilitating working relationships that enhance individual/organizational performance and advancing the field of palliative care.
Prior to joining CSUSM, Helen served as Vice President of San Diego Hospice and The Institute for Palliative Medicine (SDHIPM) where she was responsible for all of the operations of The Institute for Palliative Medicine (IPM).
In parallel with her business career, Helen has also been instrumental, both in the United States and Canada in helping to advance the field of palliative and end of life care. The founder, former Board Chair and Board member of Evergreen Hospice in Markham, Ontario, Helen has consulted with both U.S. and Canadian government agencies on palliative care strategies. She is also the co-author of Module IV: Palliative Care of A Comprehensive Guide to the Care of Persons Living with HIV/AIDS. She has consulted with the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization on state hospice organization initiatives and led a national project to look at end of life care in the American prison system.
In addition to a degree in Business Administration from the University of Michigan, she has done post-graduate study in business, psychology and organizational development.