The MDisability Provider Webinar series is hosted by and for primary care medical professionals who seek information on how to care for patients with disabilities. These webinars provide educational and clinical care insight, tools, and resources, and cover diverse topics about caring for people with physical, sensory, intellectual, and developmental disabilities. They are delivered by experienced primary care providers who care for people with disabilities. Some of these providers are also caregivers for a person with a disability or who may have a disability themselves. With thanks to the generous support of the Robert J. Fisher, M.D. Family Medicine Fund, the webinars are held quarterly, include live captioning, and are free of charge.
December 2023 - Palliative Care and Hospice Considerations for Patients with Disabilities
Presented by Jane Chargot, M.D. Moderated by Mike McKee, M.D., M.P.H.
Join us on Thursday, December 14 for the final MDisability provider webinar in the 2023 series. The topic, "Palliative Care and Hospice Considerations for Patients with Disabilities" will be presented by, Jane Chargot, M.D., Assistant Professor of Family Medicine at the University of Michigan. Dr. Chargot's topic will focus on approaching advance care planning, goals of care discussions, and end-of-life care in patients with physical and intellectual disabilities.
Dr Jane Chargot completed both her Family Medicine residency and Hospice and Palliative Medicine fellowship at the University of Michigan and is now an Assistant Professor at the Michigan Medicine Medical School. She is faculty on the inpatient Palliative Care service, provides primary care through Michigan Medicine Family Medicine, and is the physician lead for the Briarwood general Palliative Care clinic. She additionally teaches residents, fellows, and medical students on the palliative care consult service, in the palliative and primary care clinics, and is a longitudinal medical student teaching faculty through the Michigan Medicine Doctoring program. Her professional focuses are providing primary care to complex, chronically ill patients, providing palliative care to patients both in the inpatient and outpatient settings across the spectrum of the Michigan Medicine patient community, and providing education and increasing exposure of the next generation of physicians to both primary and palliative care.
CART will be available.
For accommodation requests, contact Dawn Michael, MDisability Program Coordinator, at [email protected]