Mindful Contemplation and Cultural Empathy During End-of-Life
THIS ANNUAL INTERACTIVE AND PRACTICAL SEMINAR equips healthcare professionals with the tools for a more contemplative and mindful approach to the process of end of life care. Learn how to navigate self-reflection, empathy and cultural diversity in order to become more effective care practitioners who are comfortable with end of life transitions in your work.
This course is designed for healthcare professionals in hospice, long term care, assisted living or community settings that provide support and care to elders and individuals with chronic conditions.
Date & Time:
- Fatima Naqvi, MD, CMD Medical Director, Integrace Copper Ridge, Fairhaven and Buckingham’s Choice
- The Rev. Ann Boyd, PhD Professor of Biology, Hood College
- The Rev. Donald Hohne, M.Div., BCC, PCC Clinical Specialist, Spiritual Care, Chaplain, Gilchrist Kids, Gilchrist Hospice Care
You will gain:
- A deeper understanding of a mindful and contemplative approach to presence at the end of life that is shaped by our own assumptions and perceptions
- A framework and toolkit to navigate the intersection of personal beliefs, patient wishes, family expectations and regulation constraints on care
- An increase in practical knowledge to compassionately experience the end of life process with patients and families
Registration Fee $95 | Caregivers, Students, Groups of 3+ $85 | 5.5 hours of Continuing education available for social workers and long term care administrators
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2017 Who attended?
75 healthcare and spiritual care professionals from a wide range of fields, including hospice, long-term care, assisted living, and community settings.
Feedback from Attendees…
Here’s what people are saying about last year’s program:
“All the speakers were very different, yet all dynamic in their own way. The program was truly about life transitions in today’s world, and provided information we all need to learn, and or be reminded of when traveling a journey with an individual or a family.”