Continuing the conversation, "Dying Well"
Tuesday, September 17, 4:30–6 p.m.
Community Hospital, conference rooms A, B, and C
Light dinner will be served
A "good death," according to an Institute of Medicine report, is "free from avoidable distress and suffering for patient, family and caregivers, in general accord with the patient’s and family’s wishes, and reasonably consistent with clinical, cultural and ethical standards."
As clinicians and clergy, how do we prompt greater discussion about better outcomes in helping people die well? Join us for this follow-up to our well-received December 2018 conversation.
We’ll explore how to identify the primary objectives for someone who is facing imminent death, to better support our patients and their loved ones at the end of life.
Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula
(831) 622-2892 or email firstname.lastname@example.org