By the end of this webinar, participants will be able to:
- Discuss how end of life care intersects with health care systems and public health.
- Assess the impact COVID-19 has had on end of life and death care.
- Advocate for, and engage their clients, patients, and the community in, current movements to improve end of life care.
Angela Dawn Hershey is the creator of the Indy End of Life Collective and the founder of New Dawn Comfort Care. Angela is an end of life doula/guide, hospice massage therapy provider, community end of life educator and advocate. She has personal experience caring for loved ones and community at end of life. Angela has worked professionally in the senior healthcare industry since 2014 alongside geriatric healthcare providers such as home health care, palliative and hospice care as well as geriatric psychiatric care. Angela is passionate about advancing community end of life care education and advocacy to individuals, communities and organizations for the purpose of empowering everyday people to have the tools and resources required to support someone at the end of life, especially during this time of a global pandemic where our institutionalized health care systems are compromised.
An application has been submitted for 1.0 Entry-level Continuing Education Contact Hours (CECH) for CHES/MCHES individuals through the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing, Inc. (NCHEC). InSOPHE Members receive FREE CECH from InSOPHE-sponsored events. Non-members may claim CECH for a small fee at registration.
For questions, please contact InSOPHE CE Director at email@example.com