Healthcare professionals, learn how to use a palliative care approach to explore sources of family conflict and approaches to navigating and mediating in end-of-life planning and decisions. As the end of life approaches, the older individual’s independence and self-esteem may be replaced by dependency, demoralization, and concerns about being a burden. Family conflict is common, heightened by anticipatory grief, uncertainty, and the work of caregiving. Families play a crucial role in supporting, planning, and decision-making for older individuals approaching the end of life.
At a glance
What: Family Conflict in Aging: Planning for the End of Life
When: Wed, Apr 5, 9am-3pm
Where: Pyle Center, 702 Langdon St., Madison, WI
Continuing education credit: 5 hours (0.5 CEUs)
Beth Fahlberg, PHD
Kate Ford Roberts
or register by phone at 608-262-2451
For additional information, contact Beth Fahlberg, PHD: 608-890-3628
Meet your instructor
Beth Fahlberg (PhD, RN, CHPN, AGPCNP-BC) directs aging and supportive & palliative care programs at UW-Madison Continuing Studies. Her healthcare expertise includes aging and chronic, advanced, and serious illness, emphasizing individual and family-centered care, communication, shared decision-making, and advocacy. A former Clinical Professor in the School of Nursing, her programs build on her teaching expertise and her clinical experience, incorporating engaging discussions, case studies and practical strategies to address the challenges faced in clinical practice.