In the US, most people die under the care of the medical system, often in hospitals or extended care settings. What steps can you take to ensure that your treatment preferences are followed? How might one’s Christianity impact the medical decisions you make for yourself or others at the end of life? During this interactive seminar, we’ll discuss these issues and more, with an emphasis on faith-based decision making.
Kathy Faber-Langendoen is a physician (oncologist), bioethicist, and one of the Center’s spiritual directors.She chairs the SUNY Upstate medical school’s department of bioethics and humanities, and is the past director of the Upstate Ethics Consultation Service.