The New York Academy of Medicine event on Thursday, May 5th, ‘Dying In America: Complex Choices’ is sponsored by The Jonas Center for Nursing and Veterans Healthcare.
This event will explore issues about end of life, framing the conversation around the quality of life before death, and the health professional’s role in making end of life care better.
The panelists are: Amy Berman, RN – Senior Program Officer, John A. Hartford Foundation; Carolyn Jones – Filmmaker; Kenneth Prager, MD – Professor of Clinical Medicine, Director of Clinical Ethics and Chairman of the Medical Ethics Committee, Columbia University Medical Center; and Judith Schwarz, RN, PhD – Clinical Director, End of Life Choices New York.
CHMP’s co-director, Barbara Glickstein, RN MPH MS will moderate the panel.
This program is designed for healthcare providers, students, patients and families looking to gain a greater understanding of healthcare and decision making at the End of Life.
Thursday, May 5, 2016 5:30 PM to 7:45 PM
Location: The New York Academy of Medicine, 1216 Fifth Avenue at 103rd Street