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Living Wills and Advance Directives

Making the hard choices, so they don't have to

Living wills and advance directives are a gift to your family and loved ones. These documents allow you to express your wishes about care you want to receive, or don’t want to receive, when you are no longer able to express them yourself. It is suggested all adults have a living will / advance directive.

Steve Day, Esq, Betsy Payn and Dr. Veronica Coyne will explain how to create a living will, discuss the Advance Care Planning process (including upcoming workshops), and provide a historical perspective of healthcare decision-making.

Open to ALL Associates, Medical Staff, Volunteers, and Affiliated Staff. One (1) CE provided for all RNs.

***Attention all Doylestown Hospital:

  • RNs: to receive your one (1) CE you must sign onto HealthStream and complete the Advance Directives / Living Wills Evaluation Form.
  • Associates: Wellness credit also offered for this workshop

Registration is required. Please click on a date and time below to register for a session.

If you're having trouble registering, please call extension x2424 with any questions.

Doylestown Hospital is an approved provided of continuing education by the PA State Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. This CNE active does not include any unannounced information about the off-label use of any product. This CNE activity has no commercial support. There are no conflicts of interested related to this CNE activity.

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