Webinar Library

CCCC hosts one-hour professional development webinars to provide education on unique aspects of advance care planning, palliative care, POLST, and more topics related to serious illness. Webinars are designed specifically for healthcare professionals, but all are welcome to attend.

Explore CCCC's vast library of past webinar recordings. CCCC members can access the webinar library free of charge by clicking here. If you're not a member, we hope you will consider joining. Click here to find out how. If you do not wish to become a member of CCCC, you can purchase a past webinar recording here.

PLEASE NOTE: Not all webinars in CCCC's library are available for purchase. Some are only available to members.

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VIDEO: Building Resilience in Ourselves and Our Teams
Webinar Recording - Building Resilience in Ourselves and Our Teams

Allison Kestenbaum
Supervisor of Spiritual Care and Clinical Pastoral Education
UC San Diego Health

This webinar will support participants in reconnecting to meaning and purpose in their work. The webinar provides opportunities to practice resilience techniques while making the most of support from co-workers and leaders. Wellness and debriefing resources in the... Details
VIDEO: Trust as a Key to Reducing Health Disparities
Webinar Recording - Trust as a Key to Reducing Health Disparities

Greg Hall, MD
Associate Professor, Northeast Ohio Medical University
Medical Director & CEO, VitaCode, LLC; Director, National Institute for African American Health

In this webinar, Dr. Hall guides us to better understanding of the historical perspective and current needs of our communities of color.
VIDEO: Cannabis Use for Palliative Care
Webinar Recording - Cannabis Use for Palliative Care

Eloise Theisen, AGPCNP-BC
Chief Executive Officer, Radicle Health Care

In this webinar, Eloise Thiesen will discuss cannabis research and applications for symptom management for hospice and palliative care. Topics will include cannabinoids, routes of administration, clinical applications, and potential drug-drug interactions. Special focus will be placed on symptom management such as... Details
VIDEO: Can We Still Have a Child After You're Gone?
Webinar Recording - "Can We Still Have a Child After You're Gone?" Navigating the Challenges of Reproductive Planning with Terminally Ill Patients

Joanna Sharpless, MD
Assistant Professor, Division of Palliative Medicine
University of California, San Francisco
VIDEO: Communications Skills to Support Quality Palliative..
Webinar Recording: Communication Skills to Support Quality Palliative Care in Serious Illness

Betty Ferrell, PhD, FPCN, FAAN
Principal Investigator, ICC
Director and Professor
Division of Nursing Research & Education
City of Hope

Communication is fundamental to all aspects of palliative care. It’s critical in all of health care, but especially significant for those working in palliative and end-of-life care.... Details
VIDEO: Facilitating Culturally Sensitive Conversations
Webinar Recording - ¡Vamos Hablar con la Verdad! - Facilitating Culturally Sensitive Conversations about Illness and Death in a Latino Population

Enedina (Nina) Enriquez, DSW, LCSW-S
Clinical Associate Professor, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, School of Social Work

In the Latino culture it is often taboo to talk about sex, suicide, and death. A high percentage of Latinos practice Christianity and their level of faith often... Details
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Webinar Recording - Caregiver Support: A Vital Component of Palliative Care

Teressa "TV" Vaughn, MPT, MHA, Advance Care Planning Consultant, Sharp HealthCare
Caroline Etland, PhD, Associate Faculty, University of San Diego

In this webinar, we will present a case-based approach to provide you with a framework for thinking about caregiver support along with practical resources and tools for incorporating caregiver support into advance... Details
VIDEO: Moral Injury & Resilience During COVID
Webinar Recording: Moral Injury & Resilience During COVID: Why Words Matter

Elizabeth Holman, PsyD
Moral Injury of Healthcare

The stress and moral suffering of the COVID pandemic has created a concurrent crisis in the mental health of healthcare professionals. Join us for a presentation from Elizabeth Holman, PsyD, on how to address this crisis and what tools individuals can use to mitigate moral distress and find resilience. In this... Details
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Webinar Recording: Caring and Commemoration: Creative Models for the Dying in the Face of COVID

Liz Mackenzie, MA, MSW, BCC
Chaplain, Sharp HealthCare

Erin Collins, BSN, RN, CHPN
End-of-Life Doula

In this webinar, hear from Liz Mackenzie, a chaplain at Sharp Memorial Hospital, and Erin Collins, a palliative care nurse, end-of-life doula, and founder of Peaceful Presence Project.
They will share their experiences ... Details
VIDEO: Why the Right Words Matter When Talking about ...
Webinar Recording - Why the Right Words Matter When Talking About Serious Illness Care

Anna Gosline
Executive Director
Massachusetts Coalition for Serious Illness Care
Senior Director of Strategic Initiatives
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts

When asked, most people say that conversations about their quality of life and what care they might want if they become seriously ill are important. Yet, few people have... Details
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Webinar Recording: The Turbulent Landscape of End-of-Life Ethics in California

Bruce Jennings, MA, Adjunct Professor, Dept of health Policy and the Center for Biomedical Ethics and Society, Vanderbilt University

Craig Dresang, MA, Chief Executive Officer, YoloCares
Paula goodman-Crews, MSW, LCSW, Director, Bioethics Program, Kaiser Permanente Southern California
Pramita Kuruvilla, MD, FAAFP, HEC-C, Associate... Details
VIDEO: Filling the Gap Between Geriatrics and Palliative...
Webinar Recording: Filling the Gap Between Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine

Daniel R. Hoefer, MD
CMO Outpatient Palliative Care
Sharp HospiceCare

Geropalliative care involves the thoughtful application of what can and should be done to avoid needless suffering and to enhance quality of life for all older adults. There remains a gap between traditional patient management and palliative management. Understanding the differences in... Details
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Webinar Recording: Medical Decision-Making for Incapacitated and Unrepresented Patients

Karl Steinberg, MD, CMD, Stone Mountain Medical Associates, Inc.
Chris Wilson, RN, JD, MS, HEC-C, Community Health Care Ethics
Lynette Cederquist, MD, UC San Diego Health System