Jan. 7: When is the World Going to Stop Changing? The Future of Palliative Care - Cassandra Hirsh, DO
Feb. 4: Is My Patient Dying? How You Can Help Ease Suffering - Catherine Kelly-Langen, MD
March 4: What Do I Do if a Family Asks Me to Pray with Them? - Karen Ballard, MCM, BCC
April 1: What Happens When the Drugs I Know How to Use Don’t Work? Advanced Pain Management - Catherine Kelly- Langen, MD
May 6: Trauma Changes the Brain at Any Age (Yes, Babies Too): How Does this Affect our Patient Interactions? - Emily Kutner, PhD, Anne Reagan, PsyD & Laura Gerak, PhD
June 3: Never Too Young to Know Loss: Children’s Grief and Bereavement - Nancy Carst, LISW-S, CT
July 1: Healing Interventions without Side Effects: Expressive Therapy - Sarah Gaither, MT-BC, Molly Kohut, MA, ATR-BC, PCC and Nicole Robinson, MFA
Aug. 5: Disability Rights, Access & Awareness for Healthcare Practitioners - Kristin Hildebrant, JD
Sept. 2: Suffering All Around Me, How Do I Keep Bouncing Back? Building Resiliency in a Trauma Exposed Environment - Laura Gerak, PhD, Carol O’Connell, PsyD, Catherine Kelly-Langen, MD and Beth Forst, RN
Oct. 7: Why Am I Already Grieving? Exploring Anticipatory Loss - Nancy Carst, LISW-S, CT
Nov. 4: No One is Telling My Patient How Sick She Really is: Enhanced Communication - Cassandra Hirsh, DO
Dec. 2: Can’t We All Just Get Along? The Ethics of Conflict Resolution - Sarah Friebert, MD
Jan. 6: An Empty Lantern Provides No Light: Refueling through Self-Care - Stephanie Allen, MSN
Feb. 3: The Invisible Child: Understanding the Experiences of Siblings in the World of Chronic Illness - Laura Gerak, PhD
March 2: I’m 17 and It’s My Body! Ethics of Adolescent Communication - Cassandra Hirsh, DO
April 6: What Exactly Does a Chaplain Do Anyway? - Karen Ballard, MCM, BCC
May 4: For Sale, Baby Shoes Never Worn: Perinatal and Neonatal Palliative Care - Marlene Hardy-Gomez, CNP
June 1: Do We Really Need Another Family Meeting? - Mona Raed, MD
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