Medical meets spiritual at end of life
Community Hospital is a house of hope and healing. It can also be a place of uncertainty, confusion, grief, and loss. During those times, clear and compassionate communication can help to comfort those faced with end-of-life challenges. When doctors, other clinicians, and spiritual care leaders collaborate on behalf of patients and their loved ones, we can minimize the sorrow and difficulties at the end of life.
Join clergy and clinicians for a conversation to:
- Uncover ways to improve communication between patients, their loved ones, doctors, other clinicians, and spiritual leaders
- Explore end-of-life views and concerns commonly expressed in our community
- Identify ways to respect diverse beliefs and understandings
- Clarify methods to integrate spiritual and medical concerns in end-of-life decisions
- Using case studies, collaborate to identify ways to better serve our community and each another