Lecture: Facilitating good dying for cognitively impaired persons
Canada’s medical system is contending with a growing patient population: those in cognitive decline. How do we ensure a good death for these people?
Dr. Carol Taylor from the Centre for Clinical Bioethics at Georgetown University will address this important topic. She will deliver her lecture, Facilitating good dying for cognitively impaired persons and their families, on Oct. 26.
This lecture is one of three taking place that day, all hosted by the College of Nursing. Other presentations include, Wounded healers: Acknowledging the emotional work of nursing (12:45 p.m.) and Emerging ethical challenges for palliative care (2:30 p.m.)
What: Dr. Margaret Elder Hart Distinguished Visitor lecture by Carol Taylor, Centre for Clinical Bioethics, Georgetown University
When: Monday, Oct. 26, 9-11 a.m.
Where: Room E3-262 of the Engineering Complex, Fort Garry campus
All sessions will be held in Room E3-262 of the Engineering Complex. All are welcome; no registration required.
I would have liked to be at that lecture to hear what was being said. My first reaction to the title was – I would prefer it to be:
Facilitating good living for cognitively impaired persons. Thank you!