Episode 73 of the NeurologyLive® Mind Moments® podcast is now live! Scroll down to listen or click here to subscribe on your favorite streaming service.
The Mind Moments® podcast features exclusive interviews with leaders in the field discussing the latest research and disease management strategies across the breadth of neurology, including epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson disease, dementia, sleep disorders, and more.
Episode 73, "Updates in Epilepsy Treatment," features an exclusive interview with Ambereen Mehta, MD, MPH, palliative care physician and assistant professor of medicine, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. She joined the show to discuss palliative care and its evolving role in the care paradigm for patients with chronic neurologic disease, as well as its history in the United States, how it differs from hospice care, and more.
To learn more about neuropalliative care, head to our International Neuropalliative Care Society (INPCS) partner page, or click here to learn more about the INPCS 2022 Annual Meeting.
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The stories featured in this week's Neurology News Minute, which will give you quick updates on the following developments in neurology, are further detailed here:
1:15 – Overview of palliative care and its purpose
5:40 – Differences between hospice and palliative care
7:55 – History of palliative care in the United States
12:25 – Palliative care's fit in neurologic care
15:10 – Neurology News Minute
17:10 – Benefits of care for caregivers
21:15 – Palliative care resources and societies
22:30 – Neuropalliative care and its current goals
26:30 – Benefits for clinicians of implementing neuropalliative care
30:20 – Recommendations for physicians
36:00 – Tips for trying palliative care practices and findings resources
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