How Ethics and End Of Life Intersect

|How Ethics and End Of Life Intersect
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Laura L. Barry

Visiting Nurse Association, Philadelphia, PA

End of life may not be easy to embrace, yet the appropriate and timely use of hospice may minimize conflict and dilemmas. Hospice provides collaborative support, crucial conversations and guidelines enabling you and your loved ones to approach the end of life with grace and peace. Join Laura L. Barry for discussion and education regarding making informed choices as it relates to end of life. Learn about types of hospice care and the best last gift that can be given.

Laura L. Barry, M.B.A. and M.Msc (Masters in Metaphysics) has worked in hospice for almost a decade. She was trained by the George Washington University Institute for Spirituality & Health, a global program and curriculum designed to support inter-professional spiritual care in healthcare. Laura sits on the Ethics committee at Roxborough Memorial Hospital. She currently helps educate physicians, staff and facilities on the benefits of palliative and hospice care. Laura will also address her “accidental” transition to hospice.