SAVANNAH, Ga., Jan. 23, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Dr. Kim Kuebler, DNP, APRN, ANP-BC
Dr. Kuebler's recent textbook publication, INTEGRATION OF PALLIATIVE CARE IN THE MANAGEMENT OF CHRONIC CONDITIONS: An Interdisciplinary Approach, has earned the American Journal of Nursing Textbook of the Year Award for 2017. Her textbook took second place under the Hospice and Palliative Care category.
"This is an important award and one that promotes and identifies the integration, implementation and use of palliative care into the management of symptomatic chronic conditions," Kuebler announces.
Considering that 86% of Medicare spending is for Americans living with more than 2 symptomatic chronic conditions, this textbook is a valued resource that offers health care providers, educators, students and the public with important detailed information on bridging the care needs of the largest U.S. patient population.
Dr. Kuebler's awarded textbook was favorably reviewed by Dr. Roger Woodruff MD, Author Reviewer for the International Association for Hospice and Palliative Care. Woodruff reports, "this book is exactly what the title says. Its purpose is to provide interdisciplinary health care teams with a road map to ensure best practices in the care and management of the largest, fastest growing, and costliest U.S. patient population those with multiple chronic conditions." Woodruff closes his review in strong favor of Kuebler's approach and says this textbook is "a worthy addition to the bookshelf in any palliative care unit."
About Dr. Kim Kuebler and Multiple Chronic Conditions Resource Center:
Dr. Kim Kuebler is Founder and Director of the Multiple Chronic Conditions Resource Center in Savannah, Georgia. She is an active provider with Asante Physician Partners in Orthopedics and Sports Medicine. She received her practitioner training from Emory University and earned her doctoral education from Vanderbilt University. Multiple Chronic Conditions Resource Center is a valuable resource for healthcare professionals to provide evidence-based care for patients living with multiple chronic conditions.
If you would like more information about the educational services offered by Multiple Chronic Conditions Resource Center, please visit their website at http://www.multiplechronicconditions.org or email DrKimKuebler(at)MultipleChronicConditions.org.
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