Join us for an advance directives seminar hosted by Jim Wagner, Ph.D. Emeritus Assistant Professor, Medical Ethics, U.F. College of Medicine (Retired) and Eloise Harman, M.D. specialist in Pulmonary Medicine with a long history of being Medical Director of Medical Intensive Care Units.
This an adult seminar that will be of interest to persons that want to learn about advance directives, as well as those preparing to complete or revise an existing directive. This process must include clarification of personal values as well as discussion with family members and signifcant others, whose support you will need to be successful.
Attendance with your partner is advantageous.
The first hour will provide detailed information about advance directives, how they work and what makes them effective. The second portion will focus on the physician’s role, what they expect and want to know. The last portion will address your questions. concerns, and experiences not discussed.
This event is free to the public, but donations toward our mission are greatly appreciated.