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Workplace Programs

Workplace Programs

Our workplace programs are a benefit to employees who inevitably find themselves caring for both elderly parents at the same time of other generations of family.

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PAINS-KC

PAINS-KC

PAINS-KC offers a strong patient voice to help inform research and the development of patient-centered pain policy and educational programming and to help raise awareness of chronic pain in the KC metro area.

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Healthcare Resource Assistance

Healthcare Resource Assistance

Our staff is ready to help with resource collection for individuals, educational institutions, healthcare providers or even advocacy groups.

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TPOPP Resources

TPOPP Resources

The Transportable Physician Orders for Patient Preferences (TPOPP) initiative is designed to translate patient preferences into medical orders.

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e-Preferences Quick Start

e-Preferences Quick Start

Our Conversation Starter Questions are designed to help you begin thinking of a few of the common topics for your upcoming discussions with loved ones.

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Caring Conversations

Caring Conversations

Our popular Caring Conversations resources and workbook will guide you and your family through the process of Advanced Care Planning.

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EVENTS

Follow our event calendar for ongoing lectures discussing the latest topics in healthcare from patient-centered medicine to affordable care to end-of-life planning.

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Live Lectures

Our monthly live lectures on Facebook connect you to healthcare experts and authors discussing healthcare policy and how to support a loved ones end-of-life preferences.

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Annual Dinner

Join us each year at our Annual Dinner and Symposium as our speakers explore patient centered healthcare solutions and enhancements in end-of-life planning.

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Flanigan Lecture

At the Flanigan Lecture on August 7, 2018, Dr. Steven Miles questions, given what we know now, ought parents allow kids to play collision sports

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~ POPULAR RESOURCES ~

Case Studies

Case studies provide a roadmap for decision-making in future cases, help drive the development of new analysis and thought about complex medical and moral dilemmas.

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Aging Resources

These resources will help you plan for an aging population and the aspects of life including healthcare, caregiving, housing, shopping and driving.

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Chronic Pain

These resources help us work to change the way chronic pain is perceived, judged and treated.

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End of Life Resources

These resources and interviews help you navigate the complex healthcare system for living wills, durable powers of attorney and concerns about care outside of hospital.

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As The Opioid Backlash Grows, Sickle Cell Patients Fear They'll Lose Critical Pain Treatment KCUR 89.3 discusses the problems severe chronic pain patients face in obtaining effective treatment… (interview and resources links below)
KCUR INTERVIEW -
http://www.kcur.org/post/opioid-backlash-grows-sickle-cell-patients-fear-theyll-lose-critical-pain-treatment#stream/0
CHRONIC PAIN RESOURCES -
https://www.practicalbioethics.org/resources/chronic-pain-resources.html
#chronicpain #pain
Long before Eric Kirkwood of Kansas City, Kansas, had his ...
@kcur @kcurCST addresses problem severe chronic pain patients face in obtaining effective treatment - the same problem faced by participants in @pracbioethics PAINS-KC.
https://t.co/iE7BpYnskY https://t.co/31PCRCtNW6
Photos from Center for Practical Bioethics's post INVITE YOUR FRIENDS to STUFF - a store named STUFF this evening from 5:30pm-7:00pm 🙂
https://www.facebook.com/events/561472534287207/
Center for Practical Bioethics added 3 new photos.
Shop for the holidays this Wednesday 11/14 at A Store Named STUFF in Brookside, 5:30-7. STUFF donates 15% of proceeds to your favorite charity, the Center for Practical Bioethics!!! https://t.co/NXW307s0tW
Shop for the holidays at A Store Named STUFF in Brookside on Nov. 14, 5:30-7. STUFF donates 15% of proceeds to your favorite charity, the Center for Practical Bioethics!!! https://t.co/zPsv6OTurv
For those involved in any way with the care of ill family, elderly parents, health care delivery or promotion, or policy development, consider "Faithful Journeys." @JCarney53 @gerberinstitute #Bioethics #EndofLife
https://t.co/vHFXFxl7SD https://t.co/9XNAjkB1Uj
Library President Lisa Browar and VP for Research and Scholarship Ben Gross will participate in a panel discussion tonight following a showing of the 1931 Frankenstein at the Tivoli in Westport, beginning at 7 p.m. The program is hosted by...
Practical Bioethics: Film Series: Frankenstein Asks Us to Ponder What Is Monstrous Frankenstein typifies our perennial worries about the dangers of human hubris in pursuit of scientific knowledge and control over the natural world… (read blog post)
Frankenstein
Thursday, October 18, 2018
7:00pm
Tivoli Cinemas
https://practicalbioethics.blogspot.com/2018/10/film-series-frankenstein-asks-us-to.html
#geneediting
The Center for Practical Bioethics ...
Film Series: Frankenstein Asks Us to Ponder What Is Monstrous This year marks the 200th anniversary of the publication of Mary Shelly’s Frankenstein: or, the Modern Prometheus. The 1931 Universal Studios’ film adaptation of Frankenstein brought Shelly’s story to a mass audience. The mad Dr. Frankenstein, consumed with the desire ...
Practical Bioethics: Film Series: Watching Big Fish Next to My Mother in the Hospital I was watching “Big Fish” on Amazon Video whilst visiting my mother during her last week in this world. The movie seems like such a different death than the one I was witnessing in the hospital… (read blog post)
Bioethics ...
Film Series: Watching Big Fish Next to My Mother in the Hospital Now, this is an interesting coincidence, as I was watching “Big Fish” on Amazon Video whilst visiting my mother during her last week in this world.  I was summoned to Portland by my physician brother who told me that my ...
Practical Bioethics: Film Series: Big Fish Emphasizes the Importance of Communication The movie Big Fish struck a chord because I encounter so many families with crushingly difficult personal relationships with one another. Having a challenging communication struggle with a family member, especially a parent, can sometimes be “managed” to get through ...
Film Series: Big Fish Emphasizes the Importance of Communication Dying is hard work.  Preparing to die is hard work. Watching someone you love die is hard work.  It is the hardest work a family does. Want to know another thing that can be hard work in a family?Communication.Big Fish ...
Practical Bioethics: Gattaca Continues to Spark Pertinent Bioethics Discussions This week’s movie gives shape to the various anxieties that accompany discussion of genetic engineering in humans. Given the knowledge of how our genes will affect our future health, what would happen if that information were available to potential employers… ...
Gattaca Continues to Spark Pertinent Bioethics Discussions It’s October and the Center for Practical Bioethics is about to kickoff our fall film series: Science, Medicine &Unintended Consequences. Our first entry in the three-film series is Gattaca (1997), staring Ethan Hawke, Uma Thurman, and Jude Law. Directed by ...
Kathy Greenlee on elder abuse Kathy Greenlee provides an update on researching elder abuse.
https://youtu.be/OYzwnoJ-y9k
#elderabuse
Kathy Greenlee is studying elder abuse at the center for practical bioethics

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