Do No Harm Series

Conference for Healthcare and Legal Professionals

 

2017 DO NO HARM CONFERENCE

Preparing for the End of Life:
Medical, Legal and Ethical Challenges

  September 23, 2017 | University of Dallas


This conference will address complex end-of-life issues.  Experts from multiple fields will examine the medical, legal and ethical aspects of advising, treating, and counseling persons preparing for the end of life and their family members.   

All attendees will gain a deeper understanding of ethical care and services in these circumstance, how best to protect the patient / client's rights and address family concerns, and the tools and resources to navigate difficult medical and legal decisions at the end of life.

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Continuing education credits pending (CME / CLE / CNE / CEU) applications in process)

Don't miss this expert line-up on the medical, legal and ethical challenges that face us at the end of life.
Father Tad Pacholczyk, PhD Catherine Nolan, PhD Greg Schleppenbach
Fr. Tad Pacholczyk, PhD
National Catholic Center of Bioethics
Catherine Nolan, Phd
University of Dallas
Greg Schleppenbach
U.S. Bishops' Pro-Life Secretariat
Sister Suzanne Gross, F.S.E. Roy Heyne Ellen Dorn, Esq.
Sr. Suzanne Gross, F.S.E.

Franciscan Home Care and Hospice Care 

Roy Heyne, MD
UT Southwestern Medical Center
Ellen Dorn, Esq.
National Catholic Bar Association
Father Tad Pacholczyk, PhD
Father Tad Pacholczyk, PhD
National Catholic Center of Bioethics
Catherine Nolan, PhD
Catherine Nolan, Phd
University of Dallas
Greg Schleppenbach
Greg Schleppenbach
U.S. Bishops' Pro-Life Secretariat
Sister Suzanne Gross, F.S.E.
Sister Suzanne Gross, F.S.E.

Franciscan Home Care and Hospice Care 

Roy Heyne
Roy Heyne, MD
UT Southwestern Medical Center
Ellen Dorn, Esq.
Ellen Dorn, Esq.
National Catholic Bar Association

This conference welcomes attorneys, physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, nurses, counselors, social workers, marriage & family health therapists, psychotherapists, psychologists, psychiatrists, other healthcare professionals, and anyone else interested in understanding the complexity of end-of-life issues. (Continuing education credits anticipated for multiple disciplines)