SWHPN 2020 Poster Presentations

Poster presentations are an integral part of the SWHPN conference experience, offering attendees the opportunity to discuss and learn about a variety of topics in psychosocial hospice and palliative care. Posters are displayed in an exhibit area throughout the conference, and are formally presented and discussed during a dedicated Poster Walk Session on Monday, March 15th. 



Current Posters to be Presented at the SWHPN 2020 General Assembly:

  • Addressing the Imperative for Person-Centered Primary Palliative Care: Applying Design Thinking Methodology to Palliative Care Curriculum Development, Chris Onderdonk
  • Advance Care Planning: A Key Component of Person Centered Care, Christine Wilkins, PhD, LCSW                                                                                                                             
  • Appetite, Beliefs, Cachexia, and Distress: The ABCDs of Food at End-of-Life, Kasey Sinha                                                                               
  • Compassion Fatigue Amongst ICU NursesKathleen Finch LSW, Ellen Davis DNP, Jennifer Dumawal, DNP and Jennifer Stigler, BSN     
  • Counseling Ovarian Cancer Patient and Caregivers Using Online Platform: Implications from a National Pilot Study Regarding Psychosocial Support for those with Advanced Ovarian Cancer, Thomas Pier, MSW and Marina Baroff, MPH, MA, FACHE
  • Desire for Hastened Death: A Meaning Centered Psychotherapy Approach to Cessation of Dialysis, Christine Coyne, LCSW, CCM
  • Documenting the Inpatient Palliative Care Social Worker’s Contribution to Care: Using the Electronic Medical Record to Measure Clinical Activities Congruent with Quality Improvement Goals, Jennifer Christophel Lichti, MSW, LCSW
  • Health Literacy: An Everyday Strategy in Palliative Care, Sharon Chung LICSW, APHSW-C
  • How Would You Define a “Good Death?” Perspectives of Older Adults, Quentin Maynard, LMSW, MSW, Ph.D and Ellen L. Csikai, PhD, MPH, LCSW                                                                                                                                                                                                                     
  • Implications of the MY WAY Randomized Clinical Trial for Building Bridges Between Palliative Care and Nephrology, Elizabeth Anderson DSW, LCSW, Dale Lupu PhD, MPH, Anne Kelemen LICSW, Alice Lee, Annette Aldous MPH, Susan Loughlin, BSN, RN
  • Improving Advance Care Planning in Chronic Kidney Disease, Mary Beth Callahan, ACSW, LCSW, APHSW-C
  • An Innovative Model for Social Worker Facilitation of Advance Care Planning in People with Advanced Illness: The Living Well Program, Tracy Brubaker, LCSW, MSOD, Allan Zuckoff, PhD, Bethany Hansell Cardilo, MA, MFT
  • The Interprofessional Education Exchange Project (iPEX): Developing Interprofessional Education in Palliative Care, Barbara Head, PhD, CHPN, ACSW, FPCN and Tara Schapmire                                                                                                                                                           
  • Meaning-Centered Supervision: A Structured Self-Reflection Model to Reconnect with Personal and Professional Meaning in Palliative Care Work, Rebecca Cammy, MSW, LCSW
  • The Politics of Our Profession:  Palliative Care Social Workers' Political Engagement and Intention, Suzanne Marmo, PhD, LCSW and Jason Ostrander, PhD, MSW
  • Resiliency in Palliative Care and Oncology Providers: Team Wellness, Kari Hilwig, MSW
  • Results of an Examination of Spirituality in Hospice Homecare Patients, Danetta Hendricks Sloan
  • A Scoping Review of Educational Interventions of Advance Care Planning for Chinese Populations, Mandong Liu, MSSM
  • Targeting the Annoying Things People Say: A Sibling Bereavement Intervention, Jennifer Greenman, MSW, LCSW and Tia Kem, MS, CCLS
  • “You Don’t Feel Like You’re Completely Alone:” Influences on Engagement in an Online Support Group for Hospice Family Caregivers, Karla Washington, PhD, LCSW, Debra Parker Oliver, PhD, MSW, Jacquelyn J. Benson, PhD