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End-of-life ethics conference

Hospice of Spokane hosts national teleconferences several times a year. I've been to two of them and they are excellent. Hospice just announced an end-of-life ethics teleconference scheduled for April 25 at the Lincoln Center in Spokane.

Hospice explained the conference this way: “Ethical decisions at the end of life provide a point where all the factors that influence end-of-life care such as finances, laws, values, culture, and technology converge. The decisions that are made at the end of life affect not only the way that the person dies, but also the ways that survivors face the loss.”

Go here if interested in more information and/or registering. Or call (509) 532-6731.

  


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Writer Catherine Johnston of Olympia, Wash., addresses issues facing aging baby boomers and seniors as well as issues of serious illness, death and dying, grief and loss.

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