Tuesdsay, October 9th
Infants suffering serious and life-limiting illness, and their families, need guidance and compassion from health care professionals.
This intensive symposium on perinatal and neonatal palliative care will feature lectures and discussions about the latest clinical and ethical information in the field. Symposium attendees will build skills and confidence for working with seriously-ill and dying infants and their families. We will also introduce ways for caregivers to cope with their own needs and feelings.
Malcolm Forbes Auditorium, Morristown Medical Center
Brian Carter, MD
Neonatologist; Pediatric Bioethicist; Professor of Pediatrics
Children’s Mercy Bioethics Center, Kansas, MO
Shari Munch, PhD, LCSW
Rutgers University, NJ
Charlotte Wool, PhD, RN
Associate Professor of Nursing
York College of Pennsylvania, PA
What Parents Want – The Quality Imperative
Interdisciplinary Collaborative Care: Making it Work
Neonatal Palliative Care: Finding our way through Liminal Spaces