Hosted by Journey Hospice and presented by Bratton Estate & Elder Care Attorneys.

Wednesday, JUNE 15, 2022
12:00 – 1:00 pm

Healthcare professionals have needs for training in ethics that is specific to dilemmas that arise while providing care to patients who are very ill, mentally compromised, or in a terminal condition. This workshop will use case studies to illustrate ethical conflicts such as unsafe discharge, decisions about life-sustaining measures, and determining competence to drive. In addition, participants will learn established HIPAA guidelines and also what to do in a situation where there are conflicting powers of attorney.

Goals and objectives:
• Explain the ethical obligation for safe discharge
• Identify ethical issues that accompany decisions about life-sustaining measures
• Demonstrate clinical decision-making pertaining to reporting health-related driving risk
• Identify established HIPAA guidelines and real life examples of complex scenarios to differentiate between appropriate and inappropriate disclosures
• Recognize what to do in a situation where there are conflicting powers of attorney

1 CEU Credit for Social Workers, Case Managers, Certified Assisted Living Administrators and Licensed Nursing Home Administrators.

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Wednesday, June 15, 2022
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm