10th Collaborative for Palliative Care Conference
 The Next Generation of Palliative Care:
Integrating Palliative and Social Ethics of Care 
 
Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Program Overview

Course Description: 

Palliative Care is a radical and transformative approach to care for persons with serious illness and at end of life. Through lectures, panel discussions, and case presentations offered by experts in the field, this convening seeks to provide palliative care education to health, aging and allied professionals across New York State. The program aims to raise awareness about the push to expand the boundaries of palliative care and to integrate palliative and social care within a global framework of ethics and ethical practice. Goals for workforce development will be examined. The conference will offer ample opportunities for networking and dialogue with colleagues across the professions.


Learning Objectives:

1. Recognize and describe the importance of Daniel Callahan's contributions to the field of medical
    ethics
2. Explain the 3 common end of life trajectories and recognize the ethical problems those
    trajectories pose
3. Identify resources and supports to assist researchers, people living with dementia, and
    caregivers to partner together as co-researchers in prioritizing research questions and
    designing studies
4. Describe the principles of person-centered care and the relevance to dementia care
5. List current practices of critical participatory research with immigrant, LGTQIA, Muslim American
    young people
6. Recognize how the church is a support system for its senior members
7. Identify secondary losses that holistically impact the immigrant grief experience
8. Identify social issues seniors are facing (isolation, homelessness, addiction)
 

Conference Details

  • When

  • Wednesday, December 11, 2019
    8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    Eastern Time Zone

  • Where

  • Iona College
    Spellman Hall
    Burke Lounge
    715 North Ave
    New Rochelle, New York 10801

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