At the Crossroads of Medicine, Spirituality & Ethics:
American medicine’s success at fighting disease and extending life has created an end-of-life journey that is typically accompanied by a great deal of suffering. Suffering that is physical in nature for the patient, but also social, emotional, spiritual and financial for both patients and their families. As a consequence, those of us who care for the dying must learn to skillfully create environments in which this vulnerable population can complete the most meaningful end-of-life goals – saying the things that need to be said and doing the things that need to be done.
About the conference:
This conference will help attendees better understand the complexities of modern dying; the various challenges faced by patients, families and providers during this trying time; and most importantly, acquire the skills necessary to navigate these murky waters. Our program features a variety of presentations by national and regional experts as well as networking opportunities, exhibits, and more.
About the venue:
Country Inn & Suites is a modern hotel conveniently located off Highway 26 in Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin. This hotel offers beautiful guest rooms, a swimming pool, and more.
Continuing Education Credit:
This conference offers 6 hours of continuing education pending approval from the National Association of Social Workers (NASW). Continuing education certificates are provided at no additional cost.
If you need lodging:
Make arrangements with Country Inn & Suites at (920) 542-1600. Mention the End-of-Life Conference to receive a discounted rate of $104/night.
For more information:
Visit www.rainbowhospicecare.org or call (920) 674-6255.
Wisconsin Hospice and Palliative Care Association
563 Carter Ct, Suite B
Kimberly, WI 54136
Phone: 920-750-7726 | Fax: 920-882-3655
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