Course Detail: HLTH-4521 - The Ethics of Caregiving in an Increasingly Complex Health System

Approximately one in three families in the United States cares for an aging, disabled or chronically ill family member. The percentage of families caring for a loved one is expected to increase dramatically over the next decade due to many anticipated changes in our healthcare system and federal entitlement programs. The ethics surrounding care giving challenges some of our deepest beliefs about family, the sanctity of life, dignity of personhood, and death.

Class notes: Six (6) contact hours awarded to nurses, nursing home administrators, professional counselors/clinical counselors, respiratory care technicians, physical therapists, occupational therapists and dietitians.

Use the name and address on file with your professional licensing agency when you register. This information is necessary when reporting your attendance. After you successfully complete this course, you can sign into the KCC Continuing Education site to print your CE certificate at anytime.

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