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Hear from Judith Redwing Keyssar as she outlines her upcoming course, “Last Acts of Kindness – Lessons for the Living”.
Learn from Judith Redwing Keyssar, an expert in the field, as she details the core defining characteristics of palliative care.
Hear from an actual student as she outlines the value she found in taking the Post-MSW Certificate in Palliative Care program.
Listen as Carma Erickson-Hurt, our resident RN expert and faculty member, outlines the benefits of the RN Certificate in Palliative Care program.
April 16, 2013 – Executive Director Helen McNeal spoke to San Diego’s KPBS Mid-day Edition about National Healthcare Decisions Day (NHDD). Learn more about how you can start “the conversation” with your loved ones.
The end of life for an elderly relative can be a crisis time for a family, but according to Dr. Dennis McCullough’s approach to geriatric medicine, it doesn’t have to be. Slow medicine is built around the idea of providing the right kind of care at the right time to older people and preparing to meet end-of-life decisions without panic.