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Ethics at the End of Life

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Join us at Meadows on Fairview as we learn about supporting those who are approaching the end of their lives. Issues that arise are often complex and involve ethical considerations. Decision making requires impeccable holistic assessment from the multidisciplinary team, led by a senior experienced clinician, together with the use of objective ethical principles and reasoning.

Our Presenter is Kris Linner, Director of Fairview Hospice. As an ordained Lutheran Pastor, she has spent 30 years working with the dying patients and grieving families. Kris has been an adjunct professor at Luther Seminary and has written a children’s book on grief.

• Develop an understanding of Ethical Principles
• List five Ethical Principles
• Describe a Framework for Ethical Decision Making
• Identify ways to apply an Ethical Decision Making process
to the end-of-life issues

Wednesday, November 15, 2017
Registration & Snacks/Beverages 3:00 – 3:30 p.m.
Presentation 3:30 – 4:30 p.m.

Ebenezer Meadows on Fairview
25565 Fairview Avenue | Wyoming, MN

RSVP to Ann Grode at agrode1@fairview.org or 651-982-6228