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Presented by Dignity Memorial

End-of-Life Ethics: Cultural Competency

Using a case study approach, this webinar will address patient and family care at life’s end through the lens of cultural competency, offering awareness, skills, and knowledge that take clinical practice a step beyond the commonly accepted concept of cultural humility.

Cases will include situations familiar to clinicians, including issues of family conflict in end-of-life decision making, a distrust of the healthcare system due to historical inequities around access to care, and helping dying patients cope with pain and suffering in the face of long-held beliefs.

Live on December 12, 2023 at noon ET and available on demand for one year
Length: 90 minutes
Continuing Education: 1.5 CE hours included with registration. 
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Expert Panelists:
  • Karen Bullock, PhD, LCSW, FGSA, APHSW-Cis the Ahearn Endowed Professor in the Boston College School of Social Work. Her practice interests include health disparities and health equity in serious illness care; aging and gerontology; and hospice, palliative, and end-of-life care decision making. Read more
  • Darcia Simpson, PhD, CT, is an integral member of the transdisciplinary care team at Hospice of the Western Reserve. As a full-time Spiritual Care Coordinator/Chaplain, she collaborates with physicians, registered nurses, social workers, and other healthcare professionals to assess patient and family spiritual needs, identify spiritual problems, develop goals of care, and implement appropriate interventions. Read more.
  • Gary L. Stein, JD, MSW, is Professor at the Wurzweiler School of Social Work–Yeshiva University (New York, NY), where he is a tenured faculty member in the master’s and doctoral programs. He is also the director of the Gerontology and Palliative Care Programs for MSW students and for clergy, and Continuing Education. Read more.
  • moderated by Timothy Kirk, PhD, Department Chairperson and Professor of Philosophy at the City University of New York, York College, specializing in healthcare ethics with an emphasis on hospice and palliative care. Read more.
 
REGISTRATION OPTIONS
  • Individual: Live and on-demand viewing and one CE certificate for one person.
  • Organization/Company: Live and on-demand viewing and CE certificates to staff within a single location. Additional locations can be added at a discount by emailing educate@hospicefoundation.org for pricing.
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  • On-Demand Viewing: On-demand program viewing is available for one year from the live date.The link will be available in your HFA account within 24 hours of the live program. 

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