Person-centered decision-making considers and integrates an individual’s goals, values and preferences when delivering care. It is essential for care team members to listen for and validate what matters most, as failure to do this may result in unwanted or unnecessary care. Storytelling allows individuals to share what is most important to them through their own perspective, allowing a two-way conversation that results in a shared understanding. Through storytelling, this session will share patient and families’ experiences—good, bad, and ugly—demonstrated with the presence or absence of a person-centered decision-making approach to care.
Grand Rapids First United Methodist Church
227 Fulton E
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Free parking off of Barklay Ave NE, just north and west of the church.
Time: 6:30-7:00 PM Refreshments and socializing
7:00-8:30 PM Presentation and Panel Discussion
Featured Speaker: Julie Wallace
Member, Making Choices Michigan Steering Committee
Member, Spectrum Health Bioethics Committee
RN and SW CE will be available for $15, pending approval
To sign up for RN or SW CE, please make your payment online at makingchoicesmichigan.org/donate
RSVP is not required, but is preferred for adequate seating. Please register with email@example.com
Thank you to our host and sponsor! Grand Rapids First United Methodist Church
To learn more about National Healthcare Decision Day visit: www.nhdd.org