In 2013, I received a Mentored Training Research Grant from FAER. This award supported my development as an investigator interested in the intersection between palliative care and critical care, allowing me the opportunity to gain expertise in studying palliative care using population-level data. During my FAER award, I conducted studies in critically ill patients that delineated the burden of palliative care needs and subsequent health care use after an intensive care unit (ICU) stay and that investigated methods for improving integration of palliative care specialists in the ICU setting and how external factors in the ICU environment may affect end-of-life care delivery (Am J Respir Crit Care Med 2014;189:428-36; Crit Care Med 2015;43:430-8; Am J Respir Crit Care Med 2017;195:1486-93; Intensive Care Med 2016;42:987-94; Crit Care Med 2017;45:e372-8; J Crit Care 2018;46:79-83)....
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FAER| December 2020
Understanding What Hospital-Based Palliative Care Services Can Do for Critically Ill Patients
ASA Monitor December 2020, Vol. 84, 51.
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May Hua; Understanding What Hospital-Based Palliative Care Services Can Do for Critically Ill Patients. ASA Monitor 2020; 84:51 doi: https://doi.org/10.1097/01.ASM.0000724124.76652.f9
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