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Healthcare Advocacy:
Fundamentals of Ethical Caregiving

Thursday, May 18, 2017

Start : 2:00 PM Eastern
End : 3:00 PM Eastern

Sponsored by Right at Home

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Includes complimentary CEUs

A struggle in maintaining the integrity of healthcare lies in knowing how to apply ethical principles in stressful professional and family caregiver roles. Our web seminar provides the framework for developing a holistic ethical caregiver strategy based on: applying a practical approach to ethics in healthcare; knowing the difference between types of neglect; making sure there are abuse-prevention services in one’s area; and learning the ethical roles of elder law attorneys in consulting aging clients and their families on end-of-life issues. One free CEU credit will be offered to attendees.

Participants in this web seminar will be able to:

  • List the four ethics of principlism: autonomy, beneficence, nonmaleficence and justice;
  • Discuss the three kinds of neglect: active neglect, passive neglect and self-neglect;
  • List resources about securing local abuse prevention services; and,
  • Understand the ethical role of elder law attorneys in providing ethical healthcare advice in the disposition of legal estate issues.

This webinar is designed for professional referral sources and family caregivers. One free CEU credit will be offered to all eligible attendees for attending this webinar.


Dr. Eboni Green is co-founder of Caregiver Support Services, which supports family and professional caregivers across the lifespan through direct supportive services. She is the author of At the Heart of the Matter and Caregiving in the New Millennium, and currently writes a monthly article focusing on caregiver self-care. Green has extensive experience in the topic area of caregiver health and wellness, with an emphasis on caregiver stress and burnout and family conflict.

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