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CAQ in Palliative Medicine and Hospice

  • February 07, 2023 5:26 PM
    Message # 13088644
    Deleted user

    Hello Everyone!

    I met a few of you last year at the 2022 Conference in Indianapolis. 
    I am registered for the Spring PA certification class at CSU Shiley Haynes that starts beginning of March - YEAH!!!
    And I just registered on the NCCPA website for the CAQ Exam.

    How do you suggest I go about logging the 2000 hours and Procedures/Patient Case requirement?  

    I have many years of hospitalist work during COVID - Can I just add up all my shifts and make that a log?  Or do I need to come up with individual patient cases?  

    And now that I'm on the outpatient end, I should just start logging dates, patient names and then procedures to include END of life discussions, POLST forms, etc??

    And then where do I get the form to have a supervising physician sign off my hours?  I'm looking on the NCCPA website but cannot find it?

    Thank you for helping out!
    I am finally a registered PAHPM member and hope to see you all at the next zoom meeting!

    Stacey Bogdanowicz PA-C

  • February 07, 2023 5:31 PM
    Reply # 13088650 on 13088644
    Deleted user

    Also, I have been asked by University of Washington Physician Assistant program to give the presentation on Palliative/Hospice care this May! Woot woot!

    I'll be reviewing on the online presentations/lectures under the "Education" tablet, thank you!!