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Strengthen your ethical practice: Care at the end of life
Tuesday, January 26, 2016, 12–12:45 p.m. ET
End-of-life issues came to the forefront with the 2015 Supreme Court of Canada’s decision in Carter v. Canada, which removed the prohibition against physician-assisted death within specific parameters. Yet, assisted death is only one part of the broad area that end-of-life issues involve. This webinar explores these wider issues using different scenarios and real situations. Learn how each scenario’s unique circumstances and ethical and legal aspects call for different responses from nurses. Discover challenges and opportunities for professional growth when providing end-of-life care.
Janet Storch, RN, BScN, MHSA, PhD, D.Sc. (Hon.), LLD (Hon.)
Professor Emeritus, School of Nursing, University of Victoria
Janet Storch is a professor (emeritus) at the University of Victoria’s school of nursing, serving as its director from 1996-2001. Throughout her career, she has been active in teaching, research, publication and community service in bioethics, health ethics, nursing ethics and research ethics. Over the past 10 years, Janet served as member and chair of the Health Canada and Public Health Agency of Canada research ethics board. She also works with the B.C. Ministry of Health’s provincial forum for clinical ethics support and coordination, and is a member of Mount St. Mary’s ethics committee. Janet led the past three revisions of CNA’s Code of Ethics for Registered Nurses (1997, 2002, 2008).
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