Life Quality Institute - Advanced Palliative Carei
Dr. Ira Byock has been involved in hospice and palliative care since 1978.
From 1996 trhough 2006, he served as Director for Promoting excellence in End-of-Life Care , a national grant program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
His first book, Dying Well(1997) has become a standard in the field. His most recent book, The four Things That Matter Most, (2004) is used as a counseling tool widely by palliative care and hospice programs, as well as pastoral care.
Learn more on Sept. 17, 2009 with Dr. Ira Byock
Dying Well: The Nature of Suffering and the Nature of Opportuntiy Through the End of Life
Registrations begins August 2009, Cost: $79 per person
Contact: Jane Barton, Community Educator