Thu • May

Thursday, May 5, 2016



The New York Academy of Medicine, 1216 Fifth Avenue at 103rd Street, New York, NY 10029


Free for Academy Fellows & Members

Free for Jonas Scholars, Trainees/Students* - to register please email

$20 for all others

*Trainees/students must show proof of current trainee/student ID upon arrival

Advance registration is required for everyone

Sponsored by

The Jonas Center for Nursing and Veterans Healthcare

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Join us for a critically important discussion on Dying in America. The expert panel will present their experience with End of Life choices for patients, families and themselves.

This program is designed for healthcare providers, students, patients and families looking to gain a greater understanding of healthcare and decision making at the End of Life.


  1. Participants will identify the complex choices at End of Life for the patient, and family related to care, expectations, and moral distress.
  2. Participants will become versed in the clinical team’s roles, responsibilities and ethical dilemma providing End of Life Care.

Moderator: Barbara Glickstein, RN, MPH, MS - Public Health Nurse and Co-Founder and Co-Director of the Center for Health, Media and Policy (CHMP), Hunter College of the City University of New York

Amy Berman, RN - Senior Program Officer, John A. Hartford Foundation

Carolyn Jones - Filmmaker

Kenneth Prager, MD - Professor of Clinical  Medicine, Director of Clinical Ethics and Chairman of the Medical Ethics Committee, Columbia University Medical Center

Judith Schwarz, RN, PhD - Clinical Director, End of Life Choices New York

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