Recorded Training: “Pharmacology & the Clinical Competencies of Medical Aid in Dying”

Recorded Training: “Pharmacology & the Clinical Competencies of Medical Aid in Dying”

If you missed our November 17, 2021 lunchtime clinical training, you can now view the recorded 1-hour session on YouTube.

Presenters:

  • Barak Wolff, MPH, End of Life Options New Mexico Board Chair
  • Dr. David R. Grube, Compassion & Choices National Medical Director
  • Susan Gess, PharmD, Kaiser Permanente

Audience: 

This training is intended for pharmacists, physicians, physician assistants, nurses, advanced care practitioners, social workers, hospice clinicians, spiritual care representatives, hospital administrators, hospice administrators and staff, long-term care and skilled nursing facilities administrators and staff, medical residents and fellows, and all others interested in the subject matter. 

Learning Objectives:

  • To understand the requirements of the New Mexico Elizabeth Whitefield End-of-Life Options Act
  • To learn the pharmacology of medical aid in dying medications
  • To define the pharmacists role in medical aid in dying
  • To learn from case histories of pharmacy, pharmacists, and medical aid in dying
CMEs are not available for recorded trainings, only for live events.

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