Online Resources

Additional Online Resources

Visitors to this site may be interested in linking to other online resources related to educational opportunities and the practice of life care planning.

American Association of Nurse Life Care Planners: http://www.aanlcp.org/

Capital Law School: http://www.law.capital.edu/

Commission on Health Care Certification: http://www.ichcc.org

Georgia State University, Department of Counseling and Psychological Services: http://education.gsu.edu/cps

International Academy of Life Care Planners: http://www.ialcp.org

International Association of Rehabilitation Professionals: http://www.rehabpro.org/

Kaplan University: http://www.kaplan.edu

University of Florida, Department of Rehabilitation Counseling: http://www.hp.ufl.edu/rc

Virginia Commonwealth University, Department of Rehabilitation Counseling: http://www.rehab.vcu.edu

Resource Links

Reliability and Validity for Life Care Planners - Why are we, as clinical practitioners, interested in research aimed at validating the process of life care planning?

Reading and Interpreting Life Care Planning Literature - The professional should be prepared to critically evaluate a study reported in the literature and apply that new knowledge to their professional practice and future investigative endeavors.

Ethics in Research - As practitioners and researchers, we have a responsibility to protect the research subject from potential harms . . .

Introduction to Evidence-based Practice - The practice of evidence-based medicine means integrating individual clinical expertise with the best available external clinical evidence from systematic research.

Locating Practice Guidelines - When seeking clinical practice guidelines specific to the patient with whom you are working, you may begin your search in the following ways:

Sources of Research Information - There are numerous resources available to life care planners, but professionas need to know where information exists . . .