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End-of-Life Issues Program
To be Presented April 7
MAILED: March 15, 2000|
The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire School of Nursing and the Human Sciences and Services Continuing Education office will sponsor a program titled "End-of-Life Issues for Health Professionals" from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Friday, April 7, at the Quality Inn, Eau Claire.
The program will explore the many dilemmas facing health care providers regarding end-of-life issues. Sessions will address decisions to be made regarding dying, advance directives, hospice care and how to accommodate cultural differences.
Presenters of the program will be the following: Wendy Erickson, Nutritional Support Services, Luther Hospital; Karen Danielson, associate professor of family health nursing; Anna Alexander-Doelle, assistant professor of family health nursing; Diane Brandt, social worker for the Hospice Program of Northwest Wisconsin HomeCare; Houa Vue Moua, bilingual/bicultural interpreter for the Eau Claire City-County Health Department; and senior Patricia Boyles, collaborative nursing student and member of the Ho-Chunk Nation, Black River Falls.
The program fee is $85. Attendees will earn six continuing education contact hours. The registration deadline is Tuesday, March 28.
Contact the Continuing Education in Nursing/UW-Extension office, (715) 836-5745, for more information.
Janice B. Wisner
UW-Eau Claire News Bureau
Updated: March 15, 2000