Pastors, Healthcare Providers, CU faculty, staff and students - Anyone with interest or who deals with end of life decisions.
Bioethics Conference 2011 – Equipping for End of Life Ministry
Thursday and Friday, September 15 and 16, 2011
There will be plenary presentations and parallel breakout sessions for pastors/counselors and healthcare providers lead by a variety of leaders and experts in healthcare ethics and end of life ministry.
- What do the Scriptures say about mechanically sustaining life?
- What do the Scriptures say about God's authority in determining the end of life?
- Where I can go for help with end of life issues and resources?
- Is it legitimate to disconnect life support, withhold oxygen, feeding tube, etc., and allow their loved one to die in God's time?
Continuing education credits will be available for health care professionals.
View the conference schedule for detailed information.
Through the Roof Seminar
Saturday, September 17, 2011
If you're interested in developing a disability ministry, are just getting started or have an existing ministry at your church, you won't want to miss this opportunity. Saturday’s session is jam-packed with 40 workshops by noted authors, professors, researchers, church ministry leaders, and other professionals who bring their expertise to the pressing issues facing people and families affected by disability from diagnosis through all of life’s stages. In addition, you'll be able to visit exhibitors, gather resources and have a time of networking.
Continuing Education Units:
Medical, Nursing and Pharmacy Credits:
Designated keynotes and all healthcare breakouts for the Bioethics Conference have been approved for Medical (CME), Nursing (CEU), and Pharmacy (CPE) continuing education units.
One hour will equal one CME, CEU, or CPE.
For those seeking CME and CEU credits, post evaluations and access to your credits will available online through Kettering Medical Center after the conference.
For those seeking CPE credits, evaluations will be handed out and must be returned in order to obtain your credits.