RESULTS: Over a 3-month period, cohorts of residents were approached biweekly in each ICU. A total of 8 focus groups were conducted, with residents in the MICU reporting most use of the order set. Residents expressed an overall positive experience with the ICU EOLC order set. The order set was commonly described as “helpful”, “streamlined” and “very convenient”. A popular characteristic was “having all the medications you need in one place”, particularly when ordering opioid infusions. Residents appreciated the ease of use and thoroughness of content. Subjectively, the order set alleviated distress for staff and expedited administration of medications, which decreased symptoms in dying patients. Almost every group stated “feeling more comfortable managing symptoms at the end of life,” including non-pain symptoms.