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SPRING ENRICHMENT: Demystifying Death and Dying

In order to continue our mission of improving knowledge about end of life care, we have an enrichment program that offers the opportunity for education and discussions regarding death and dying.

This is our first session of the Spring Conference.

Learners will be able to list the four major BioEthical principals involved in medical care. Autonomy, Beneficence, non-maleficence, justice

Learners will be able to elucidate three common reasons why the conversation does not happen. No education for providers, uncomfortable and emotional, fears of destroying hope and causing depression

Learners will be able to name at least three resources and occasions for having an advance care planning discussion., National Healthcare Decisions Day, Talk Turkey project. Death Cafes

Contact Sherry Campbell at if you are interested in being a part of our conference!

Center for Mindful Living. 

 Dr. Greg Phelps, CMO for Hospice of Chattanooga. He will present β€œLiving in the Presence of Death”.

CEUS will be available

Earlier Event: January 12
Volunteer Orientation for January
Later Event: February 16
Volunteer Orientation for February