Tuesday, May 19, 2009
Vice President - Aging and End of Life
Center for Practical Bioethics
Wednesday, June 3
5:30 pm Reception
6 pm Lecture
4801 Rockhill Road
Kansas City, MO 64110
The overwhelming majority of Americans will die of complications from a chronic disease. But most will also live with little acknowledgement or awareness of the toll that inattention to the disease process plays as time progresses. Instead, we await the “crash”; the episode that sends chills, demanding we face the inevitable.
How does a consumer become a self-advocate and prepare for a time and place that we’d prefer never occur? Who is to judge when frail patients can no longer reliably judge for themselves?
This lecture is part of Connecting the Dots, the Center’s 25th Anniversary Lecture Series. It is free but registration is requested. Click here to register online.