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February 2019

Duck-et List: Advance Directives

February 19 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Seattle Public Library – Capitol Hill Branch, 425 Harvard Ave. E
Seattle, WA 98102
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In partnership with the People's Memorial Association. Did you know less than 30% of all adults have Advance Directive or a Power of Attorney for Healthcare? Come hear our expert from End of Life Washington walk you through completing your Advance Directive. This program is a little longer to allow time to get those documents notarized!

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What’s Vital at End of Life Washington? with ED Sally McLaughlin

February 19 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Horizon House, 900 University Street
Seattle, WA 98101
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Join Sally McLaughlin for an update on how End of Life Washington continues to expand and play an important role in helping people understand their end of life choices. They are available to support talking with your loved ones about dying, speak at a Death Over Dinner discussion, make decisions about what you want at the end of life, including talking with your physician about hospice, palliative care, and pain management, and finding hospice providers. They also ensure that people understand…

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September 2019

At the End of Life: Agency, Role, and Responsibilities of the Physician/Advanced Practitioner

September 13 - September 14
The University of Washington Seattle, WA + Google Map

At the End of Life: Agency, Role and Responsibilities of the Physician/Advanced Practitioner Registration is open for this national, two-day conference, Sept. 13-14, 2019, in Seattle. Physicians and advanced practitioners have the privilege and duty to care for patients at the end of life. Sometimes their actions factor into a patient’s death; such as discontinuing life support (including ventilators, cardiac devices, and dialysis), clinically supporting patients who voluntarily stop eating and drinking (VSED), providing palliative sedation, and in states where…

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