Partner Webinar: Managing Conflict/Finding Meaning - Supporting Families at Life's End

January 28, 2016 Eastern
Self Study Available

Cohosted by the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors and the Hospice Foundation of America

Despite the efforts of hospice professionals and clinicians, many people die after being enrolled in hospice for a very short time--sometimes just 24 to 48 hours. Yet bereavement coordinators still strive to help that person's family find meaning after the death. In fact, some of these families may need even more intense grief support, because the death may have been sudden or unexpected.

book cover on managing conflict

HFA's Living With Grief® program, Managing Conflict/Finding Meaning - Supporting Families at Life's End, will address this and other challenging situations faced every day by hospice professionals. The program will look at tangible strategies that can be used to facilitate growth after grief, particularly after deaths that may have been sudden, difficult (due to pain or symptom issues), or in family situations riddled with conflict.

Panelists:

Amy Boelk MSSW, APSW, PhD, Professor & Social Work Program Director, Department of Sociology & Social Work, University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point 

Kenneth J. Doka, PhD, MDiv, Professor, Graduate School of The College of New Rochelle and Senior Consultant, HFA 

Betty Ferrell, RN, PhD, FAAN, director, division of Nursing Research and Education and a Professor at City of Hope's Comprehensive Cancer Center 

Moderated by JoAnne Reifsynder, PhD, ACHPN, Senior Vice President, Clinical Operations and Chief Nursing Officer, Genesis Healthcare

Managing Conflict/Finding Meaning - Supporting Families at Life's End is underwritten in part by Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS). This program is part of the 2015-2016 HFA Education Partner package. Become a partner or find out more ┬╗