A Series of CSUSM Campus-Wide Events: April 2018
What Gives Your Life Meaning is the theme that the CSUSM Faculty Learning Community has created to increase awareness about palliative care and the importance of aligning healthcare decisions with our personal values. Through a series of campus events and activities, students, faculty and community members work together to get people thinking and talking about what is meaningful in their lives.
How do you like to be taken care of? Who takes care of you? Have you named your health care advocate?
Making Our Wishes Known: Advance Directives for Faculty and Staff
Tuesday, April 3, 12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m., SBSB 3219
Advance Directive Workshop for staff, faculty and administrators. Dr. Sharon Hamill, Faculty Director for the CSU Institute for Palliative Care at CSUSM will conduct the workshop to help participants understand the importance of creating an Advance Directive and assist with completing “The 5 Wishes” document. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you kind to yourself? Are you true to yourself? Do you plan for yourself? What are you waiting for?
Think, Talk, Document, Share: Advance Directives for Students
Thursday, April 12, 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m., Univ 100
Who will speak for you if you are unable? Don’t think you need to worry about this at your age? Think again. Dr. Sharon Hamill, Faculty Director for the Institute for Palliative Care as CSUSM, and CSUSM Psychological Sciences Graduate Student Madeline Rayón, will demonstrate the importance of identifying what is important to students and providing this information in an Advance Directive. Empower yourself and take charge of your life!
WGYLM? Resource Fair & Public Art Project
Thursday April 19, 11:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m., USU Arcade.
The Public Art Project will include chalk drawings depicting responses to “What Gives Your Life Meaning?” The Resource Fair will have 22 agencies presenting information on Palliative Care and healthcare choices. Topics include: palliative care services, hospice, mindfulness, health promotion and more. Students can also make potential connections for volunteer opportunities. Students, staff & faculty welcome.