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Managing Conflict, Finding Meaning--Supporting Families at Life's End


Managing Conflict, Finding Meaning--Supporting Families at Life's End


1/28/2016 12:30:00 PM
Program Details
The 2016 program in HFA’s award-winning Living with Grief® series addresses methods, strategies and practices that can be used to provide pyscho-social and other support to terminally ill patients, their families and close networks as they cope with impending death. Particular emphasis will be placed on how to manage sources of conflict that often emerge near life’s end, as well as how to help individuals and families find meaning at life’s end.
Registration includes access to the LIVE, interactive web presentation on January 28, 2016 as well as access to the recorded program for 6-months; until June 30, 2016. Registration fees are as follows:
 
 - $115.95    Webcast

- $140.95 Webcast & DVD
CE Credits
Offering and publicizing the availability of CEs will help you attract interested learners!  This program is valid for 2.5 hours of CE credit; until June 28, 2016.  The CE cost is $18 per certificate for the first two weeks after the live program; until February 11, 2016.  After this date, CE credits are $21 per certificate. An unlimited CE package is also available for this program for only $290.95.
 
Registered organizations will be provided web access to print an official certificate of attendance* for this course.
*Note: the Certificate of Attendance is not accepted by professional boards. 

In Partnership With
Sponsored in part by Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors.
 
Learning Objectives:
1. Identify strategies to help families resolve or cope with conflicts that emerge as a family member is dying, such as ambivalent relationships, cultural differences, caregiving disputes among family members, pre-existing mental illness, and family dysfunction;
2. Describe strategies that can be employed in addressing conflicts that arise between family and
staff including ethical issues such as disclosure, disagreement over treatment options and decisions, and cultural/spiritual differences;
3. Discuss the importance of facilitated family meetings and identify the components of successful family meetings;
4. Describe strategies that can be used to assist families in enhancing patient care, finding meaning, and achieving growth at life’s end.
Products
Listed below are the available methods to register and view this program. Click on a registration option to view in more detail the materials, registraton fees, and how to obtain CEs.

2016 LWG Webcast Registration
Site Registration