Course DescriptionClients in all stages of life often come to attorneys for council on advance care planning / end of life care planning. This program will give attorneys an overview on the issues and terminology they need to help their clients choose the best options for them and their families. Among the topics discussed are living wills, durable power of attorneys for healthcare, and do not resuscitate orders.
Meet the Lecturer(s)
Renee is both a nurse and attorney. She received her Bachelor of Science in nursing from Ohio University and her Law Degree and Master of Science in nursing from Capital University. Renee has worked for two hospital systems and led their patient safety, risk management and quality improvement initiatives. She spent over seven years at Abbott Nutrition in the Medical Safety and Surveillance Department, where she led implementation of the US FDA and European Union Medical Device Regulations. Renee presently works for Cardinal Health in the Ethics and Compliance Department where she serves as a subject matter expert on various laws and regulations and company ethical standards, including but not limited to: Federal and State Anti-Kick Back Statutes, False Claims Act, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, Federal and State Transparency Laws, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (“HIPAA”) and Business Conduct.