On Friday, Relevant published my column about Todd in its Deeper Walk section, based off the story I posted a few months ago in The Lighthouse Project. This is one of my favorite stories I’ve ever written, and I was thrilled to find a place for it to “really” get published instead of just here at The column I submitted to them was about 1,000 words long, so it was a super condensed version of Todd’s story…nonetheless, I was happy with how it turned out and just stoked to share it on a larger platform. My teeth, and my dentist, clearly don’t realize I’m some poor, struggling writer. It’s worth mentioning that Relevant doesn’t pay diddly for writers posting on their website. I’ve been like, depressed, all weekend, and I think this is a big reason why. Sucks even more when you’re paying the guy to make you miserable for half the day. It’s all about sharing something one’s compelled to write, though. If you’re a writer, you write, and if you can find someone to publish it, you go for it. “What God Wants You To Know.” I’m going to start using that as a tagline, and hopefully turn this into something of a series at Relevant’s website. Gotta get three crowns replaced that were put on when I was about 10 years old. I know tons of stories like this one, and again, so excited to have somewhere bigger to share them. Background: During ‘late life’, most Canadians will experience a critical illness, some will recover and some will die. The proliferation of life-sustaining technologies has resulted in important challenges at the intersection of aging and critical care. In direct response, we propose to develop, and evaluate a family-partnered care pathway for critically ill older patients (70 years of age) admitted to the intensive care unit (ICU). Our proposal is directly aligned with the competition objectives to build research and knowledge translation capacity and develop novel multi-disciplinary and patient and family centered approaches to optimize the care and recovery of critically ill older patients across the continuum of care. Approach: Engaging patients and family members as partners in care and research increases the relevance of study findings, avoids waste in research, and enhances patient-centered care. For critically ill patients, frequently too ill to participate in care, this means partnering with patients’ families (partners, children, siblings, friends). Building on our experiences, background work and established partnerships, we will transform the care of older patients with life-threatening illness by developing the evidentiary basis for a family-partnered care pathway.
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