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ECHO Session 8 – Ethical Principles for Quality of Life at End-of-Life

Ethics in Dementia Care ECHO

This session is part of an eight week ECHO series focusing on ethical matters surrounding the care of persons living with dementia to improve quality of life and better support healthcare professionals.

This series is open to any and all persons who provide direct or indirect care for persons living with dementia and their families in any care setting or home and community-based services.

When you register, you are registering for all eight sessions.

Week 8 – Hollie Glover, LPC, Ethical Principles for Quality of Life at End-of-Life

Topic Description:
Week 8 will cover ethics as it pertains to individuals living with dementia and their families at the end of life, how to navigate ethical issues that arise at the end of life, and dilemmas in decision-making.

Learning Objectives:

  • By the end of this session, learners will be able to…
  • Understand key ethical principles that affect those with dementia and their families at end of life.
  • Discuss the ethical issues that arise when caring for a person with dementia.
  • Define the study of ethics and the considerations and dilemmas in decision-making.

Contact Information
For more information or have questions, please contact Jaime Cobb Tinsley at jcobb@jameslwest.org

Certification & Credits
Up to 8 hours of CEU credits for Social Work, Nursing, LPC, Administrators in the State of Texas pending approval, and Certificates of Completion.

To register, sign up on the ECHO website.

https://iecho.org/public/program/PRGM1705512314989C0POR6AX0V

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