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      October 6, 2017

      Friday   8:15 AM

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      Medical Ethics at the End of Life Workshop

      ***Workshop Registration begins at 8:15am.  The program will begin at 9:00am. Please join Dr. Lesandrini and Hospice of South Georgia as we discuss ethical dilemas at the end of life, and dive into various obstacles patients, families, and doctors experience in hospitals and hospices around the country.  As many healthcare professionals continually face ethical dilemmas regarding end of life planning or discussion, we will explore various cases and avenues in ethics to further advocate for patient's wishes. Jason Lesandrini is an health care ethicist whose work involves clinical ethics consultation, ethics-based organizational policy analysis, ethics infrastructure development and support and ongoing ethics education and programming. Jason has worked at numerous health institutions across the country including Grady Health System, the Veterans Health Administration and St. Johns Mercy in St. Louis, MO. He has served as the ethicist for the Mass Fatality planning commission for the State of Georgia and currently holds a faculty appointment in the Physician’s Assistant program at Mercer University and Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine Atlanta Campus. Jason is an experienced speaker, having done numerous workshops and presentations across Georgia and the United States on issues of ethics and health ethics both for academic audiences and to health care administrators, providers, patients and the lay public. His research interests include decision making for incapacitated patients, ethics at the end-of-life, health care resource allocation, and the work of ethics resources in clinical and organizational ethics. He has published in a variety of peer reviewed journals and written chapters on numerous ethics topics. Description: Medicine has evolved tremendously, reshaping circumstances and decisions around end of life decisions and futile treatments.  This workshop will cover end-of-life ethics in situations such as decision making, physicians’ roles and responsibilities, and advanced directives.  The workshop will include a review of recent literature on end of life issues and offer discussion of cases around futility, inappropriate requests from surrogates, and roles of surrogates.  The workshop will also include a review of ethical standards in resolution of ethical issues at end of life including palliative care and ethics consultation.  This workshop will reference ethics codes from the American Counseling Association and the Georgia Composite Board for Social Workers, Licensed Professional Counselors, and Marriage and Family Therapists. Program Goals 1. Understand ethical decision making processes and relevant ethical standards applied to end-of-life care. 2.  Apply ethical decision-making strategies to situations involving futile care at end-of-life 3.  Identify ethical issues that may arise at end-of-life   PROGRAM OBJECTIVES 1.  Identify when and where ethical issues are likely to arise during end-of-life care 2.  Develop strategies to resolve ethical issues at end-of-life 3.  Apply ethical decision making processes to situations that arise at end of life, based on current models and considerations, including requests for futile care

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