Living with chronic disease presents a tremendous psychosocial challenge to patients, families, friends and caregivers. Psychosocial distress and functional impairments are often long-lasting and can worsen the course of illness, quality of life, and may feel harder to address than the disease itself. In this session, participants will explore the complex journey of chronic disease from a person- and relationship-centered perspective, and will come away with a deeper knowledge of psychosocial treatment options.
Peter L. Klinger, MD; Children’s Postinfectious Autoimmune Encephalopathy Center
Nursing 1 contact hour
ACPE 1 contact hour
1 IgCN® / IgCP® Recertification Units