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Minnesota

I Beg to DifferSoup and Discussion

NCF thee part discussion based on the IVP book “I Beg to Differ” by Tim Muehlhoff.

Part 3: Putting it into Practice - Thursday, June 4, 2015

TIME: 6:30 pm for soup supper and discussion

PLACE: Stadium Village Church 501 Oak Street SE, Minneapolis, MN 55441
(We will meet in the ESL room in the house behind the church. Enter by the back door-just two steps to climb!)

For more information and to RSVP contact: Margaret Taylor

  

 

Illinois

Science, Research and the Limits of BioethicsScience, Research, and the Limits of Bioethics

CBHD’s 22nd Annual Summer Conference

DATE: June 18-20, 2015

LOCATION: Trinity International University, Deerfield, IL USA

Cutting-edge innovations in medicine, science, and technological inquiry offer to improve health and quality of life, transforming lives in genuinely beneficial ways. Yet, these powerful advances also raise critical challenges in their implications for our individual and common humanity.

Join us as we examine the ethical dimensions of rapidly evolving arenas of medical and scientific research that continue to stretch the limits of contemporary bioethics. Explore fundamental questions of how science and science policy can function in the service of human flourishing for a medically and technologically sophisticated age.

Conference e-brochure   •   Conference website.

 

Becoming an Alzheimer's WhispererMassachusetts

Becoming an Alzheimer’s Whisperer: 
Gently and Lovingly Managing Challenging Behaviors

DATE: Friday, September 25, 2015

TIME: 8:00 am - 3:30 pm

LOCATION: Grace Chapel Adult Learning Center, 2 Militia Drive, Lexington, MA - Map and Information

COST: $50

DESCRIPTION: Join us for a day of Education, Fun and Fellowship. Becoming an Alzheimer’s Whisperer means that we learn to calm the fears of the person caught up in this terrible disease, that we courageously enter that person’s world and help heal their broken spirits.

This presentation provides a brief review of the Theory of Retrogenesis that not only provides structure to examine the world of the person with Alzheimer’s Disease (AD), but also suggests appropriate ways to respond to what we see in that world. Using the Theory of Retrogenesis and the various assessment tools presented, participants will examine the stages of Alzheimer’s, the change in cognitive level of the person as he/she  moves through each stage of the disease, and specific strategies for understanding and responding to behaviors that emanate from that person’s world.

CE: 6 CE contact hours for nurses will be provided

PRESENTER: Dr. Verna Benner Carson, CNSPMH, BC, RN, Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing Clinical Nurse Specialist, President, C&V Senior Care Specialists, Inc.

REGISTRATION: Available soon.

MORE INFORMATION: Contact Marilyn.

 

Indiana

Innovations in Faith-Based Nursing Conference

 Innovations in Faith-Based Nursing Conference

WHO:Nursing educators, clinicians, students and researchers
WHEN:SAVE-THE-DATE: June 20-23, 2016
WHERE:Indiana Wesleyan University in Marion, Indiana
WHY:Make a personal impact on the nursing profession

Join us for our 5th biennial conference to discuss nursing innovations. Abstracts for podium and poster presentations are being accepted until December 1, 2015

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