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Ethics, Boundaries and Final Rights for the Dying

  • 11/18/2014
  • 11/19/2014
  • University of Wisconsin La Crosse
Examine three complex case studies that
present moral/ethical dilemmas. Explore
the importance of making early referrals
to hospice, examining the ethical/moral
implications of choosing palliative care.
Walk away with formed guidelines for
addressing future ethical dilemmas.
This workshop fits the guidelines for the Ethics
and Boundaries CE requirements and is easily
justified as an expense line item for continuing
education, public relations or marketing (or a
combination of all three).

Examine the way we care for the needs of the
dying, the “rights” of the dying. Topics covered:
The Right To Be In Control, The Right To Have
A Sense Of Purpose, The Right To Touch And
Be Touched, The Right To Have One’s Beliefs
And Values Respected, The Right To Hear The
Truth, The Right To Be In Denial, The Right To
Reminisce and The Right To Laugh.

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