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overview Hillary Lum, MD, PhD conducts patient-centered outcomes research to improve care for older adults with serious illness, including persons living with dementia and their family care partners. She is a geriatrician, palliative care physician, and Associate Professor in the Division of Geriatric Medicine, Department of Medicine, at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. In 2023, she was appointed Associate Division Head of the Division of Geriatric Medicine. Her research focuses on developing and implementing effective models of care into primary care. As an NIA Beeson Scholar, she developed a novel Advance Care Planning Group Visit. The Group Visit intervention engages older adults in advance care planning conversations and communicating their preferences with their healthcare system. In 2021, she was one of the first NIA IMPACT Collaboratory Health Care System Scholars. She was a 2015-2016 Health and Aging Policy Fellow, is a Co-Director of the CCTSI Clinical Faculty Scholars Program, and is a Co-Director of the NIA T32 Multidisciplinary Palliative Care Research in Aging. She serves in editorial roles with the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society and Palliative Medicine Reports.

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Concept Physician-Patient Relations
Concept Practice Patterns, Physicians'
Concept Physician's Role
Concept Physicians
Academic Article Advance care planning in the elderly.
Academic Article Patient and Caregiver Opinions of Motivational Interviewing Techniques In Role-Played Palliative Care Conversations: A Pilot Study.
Academic Article Physician involvement in life transition planning: a survey of community-dwelling older adults.
Academic Article Unique challenges of hospice for patients with heart failure: A qualitative study of hospice clinicians.
Academic Article Advance Care Planning Meets Group Medical Visits: The Feasibility of Promoting Conversations.
Academic Article Advance Care Planning and Goals of Care Communication in Older Adults with Cardiovascular Disease and Multi-Morbidity.
Academic Article Use of Medical Orders for Scope of Treatment for Heart Failure Patients During Postacute Care in Skilled Nursing Facilities.
Academic Article Factors Related to Physician Clinical Decision-Making for African-American and Hispanic Patients: a Qualitative Meta-Synthesis.
Grant Refining an Advance Care Planning Group Visit intervention ? a novel intervention to engage older adults in advance care planning
Concept Physicians, Primary Care
Academic Article Features of U.S. Primary Care Physicians and Their Practices Associated with Advance Care Planning Conversations.
Academic Article Appropriate Use of Physician Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment in the Outpatient Setting.
Grant Effectiveness of Engaging in Advance Care Planning Talks (ENACT) Group Visits Intervention in Primary Care for Older Adults with and without Alzheimer's Dementia
Academic Article Physicians' Attitudes and Experiences with Medical Aid in Dying in Colorado: a "Hidden Population" Survey.
Academic Article A novel methodology to identify and survey physicians participating in medical aid-in-dying.
Academic Article Use and Influence of Medical Aid in Dying Service on Physician Experiences.
Academic Article Characteristics of international primary care practices and physicians related to advance care planning: a cross-sectional survey study.
Academic Article Specialty Differences in Medical Aid in Dying Experiences: Results of a Survey of Physicians in Colorado.
Academic Article Ethics and Medical Aid in Dying: Physicians' Perspectives on Disclosure, Presence, and Eligibility.
Grant Mentoring Investigators in Dementia Research by Engaging with Persons with Alzheimer's Disease and Care Partners

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