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Clinical Ethics Education Series

This is a medical ethics education series developed by the Providence Center for Health Care Ethics, intended for health care providers in hospitals and clinics, including physicians, executive leaders, managers, directors, clinical staff and ethics committee members.

Please scroll down to see upcoming dates, times and topics; use this form to register for one or more events.

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Dates Offered:

December 06, 2017 Wednesday 08:00 AM – 04:00 PM

Sacred Heart Mother Joseph Room
101 W. 8th Avenue
Lower Level 3 (near the Cafeteria)
Spokane, WA 99204

Providence Ethics Core Curriculum IIE:
Ethical Issues at the End of Life

This eight-hour course is an opportunity to explore ethical issues at the end of life through case-based learning modules covering a broad range of clinical scenarios, including mechanical respiratory support, blood transfusions, medically-administered artificial nutrition, dialysis and pain management. It also includes issues of cross-cultural communication at the end of life.

Instructors facilitate discussions around key ethical principles across a variety of clinical scenarios with an interactive curriculum comprised of case-based analysis and in-depth discussions of cases.

December 12, 2017 Tuesday 12:15 PM – 01:15 PM

Sacred Heart Mother Joseph Room
101 W. 8th Avenue
Lower Level 3 (near the Cafeteria)
Spokane, WA 99204

Ethics Grand Rounds

This one hour Ethics Grand Rounds series occurs the second Tuesday of each month and addresses cases related to relevant ethics topics based on trends in ethics consultation.



Notes and registration information

  • Free; open to all Providence Health & Services caregivers
  • RSVP NOT required
  • This course is also available via Northwest TeleHealth (contact your site coordinator for more information). Reservations should be made at least two business days before the event.
  • Feel free to bring your lunch


Providence Center for Health & Wellness