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Holistic Approaches to End-of-Life.
Holistic Approaches to End-of-Life.

Sat, Jan 27

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Virtual Event

Holistic Approaches to End-of-Life.

Come gather and learn how to bring Death into your conversations, to learn what a Death Doula is and what they do, and to experience Death Café. This event will be held virtually via Zoom.

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Time & Location

Jan 27, 2024, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM CST

Virtual Event

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About the Event

WHAT TO EXPECT

Come Gather and learn how to bring Death into your conversations, learn what a Death Doula is and what they do, and experience Death Café. This event will be held virtually via Zoom.

Agenda

  • 0900-0915 -  Registration & informal networking
  • 0915 Welcome, Yodel, Centering, introductions & announcements
  • 0930 Guided Networking
  • 1010- 1020 - Break
  • 1020-1025 - Mary Yodel and bring everyone back together
  • 1030-1115- Death Topics - Kate Raatz
  • 1115-1145 Death conversations- small groups- sample Death Cafe
  • 1145 - Come back together
  • 1140-1150  Evaluation and certificate instructions
  • 1155 Wrap-up

Please come join in learning how Death became taboo, why we need to bring it back into daily conversation, how Death Doulas can assist a person and their family in confronting their imminent (or not so imminent) death. What the difference is with hospice vs palliative care. Questions about MAIDs or VSED can be answered.  And then experience Death Cafe with your peers in small groups. This experience will lead you to live more fully, more “in color”, for having contemplated your own mortality.

PRESENTERS / TOPICS

  • Kate Raatz RN, BSN, HNB-BC, Certified EOL Doula has long held that being with people as they transition in Death is as much an honor as attending a birth. She is a member of the Minnesota Death Collaborative, and INELDA,  She has been leading Death Cafes for over 2 years.

LEARNER OUTCOMES

Participants will be able to:

  1. Explain why Death became a taboo topic.
  2. Describe the benefits of talking about Death in daily conversations.
  3. Identify what a Death or EOL Doula is and what purpose they serve for a patient and their family.
  4. Explore the place and time for MAIDs or VSED.
  5. Experience a Death Cafe conversation.

DETAILS

Everyone is welcome.

$10 registration, $5 for MinnHNA members.

*Members, please be sure to log in to receive your discount* 

3.0 contact hours for nurses

You can request or gift a scholarship for MinnHNA Membership at minnhna.org/plans.

LOCATION

Virtual Event via Zoom

Schedule


  • 15 minutes

    Registration & Networking

    Virtual - Via Zoom

  • 15 minutes

    Welcome, Centering, and Announcements

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Tickets

  • General Admission

    This is your event ticket. You can keep it for your records. For online events, you will receive an email with details on how to join the event on Google Meet. Please reach out to us if you have questions at: https://www.minnhna.org/contact Looking forward to seeing you there!

    $10.00
    +$0.25 service fee

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