July 24, 2013 - Bridgeport Conference Center
July 31, 2013 - Tamarack Conference Center
Respecting Choices is a nationally recognized program for advance care planning. It understands that for advance care planning to be successful with patients and families, those facilitating the planning need to use a structured interview. The Respecting Choices interview educates patients and their Medical Power of Attorney Representatives/surrogates about the patients' condition and expected complications and enables patients to make informed decisions before a medical crisis about the types of treatment they would and would not want. This course is appropriate for all physicians, nurses, social workers, and clergy who assist patients and family members with difficult end-of-life care decisions. CLICK HERE FOR FLYER
An institutional ethics committee is a multi-disciplinary committee of health care providers and lay people who assist patients, families or surrogates, health professionals, and staff to recognize and resolve difficult dilemmas in the institutional setting. Obtain training for your ethics committee at their convenience and a reasonable cost. CLICK HERE FOR BROCHURE
For more information on these programs, call Cindy toll free at 1-877-209-8086.