Palliative Care and Ethics Conference
May 16 & 17, 2013
This 2-day workshop is aimed to enhance the healthcare professionals understanding of ethical issues that can arise in end of life care. A combination of speakers, break out groups and case discussions will provide participants and opportunity to expand their understanding of end-of-life care and the ethical issues that are pertinent in that care, as well as their capacity to deal with these issues.
The objective of the course is to educate the participants on the major ethical issues related to palliative care and hospice care, in particular:
- Examining ethical questions arising in the care for the dying
- Reflecting on philosophical and religious queries at the end of life
- Providing examples and experiences to better articulate the ethical issues in end-of-life care
Continuing Education Credits:
13.8 credits have been approved for nurses. Continuing Education credits for Chaplains and Social Workers are pending.
Please Register Soon, Maximum 100 Participants only.
- $150.00 (before 3/31/13)
- $180.00 (after 3/31/13)
Breakfast and Lunch included in the registration fee.
For more information please contact:
Glory Smith; firstname.lastname@example.org or: 412.396.4504