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Is a dignified death at home asking too much?

Council on Palliative Care presents the annual David Bourke Memorial Lecture: “Dying at Home: A Choice”
Published: 3 Oct 2012

When British novelist Nell Dunn's partner wanted a peaceful death at home, it didn't turn out that way. Dunn’s play, Home Death, tackles the issue of dying at home in a series of interlinking voices. Her work is the focus of The Council on Palliative Care’s free public David Bourke Memorial Lecture on October 9. The Council presents readings from Dunn’s play "Home Death", previously on stage in London, UK. The readings will be followed by a panel discussion by experts in the field of palliative care.

WHO:             Council on Palliative Care

WHAT:           Readings and panel discussion “Dying at Home: A Choice”

WHEN:           Tuesday, October 9, 7 p.m. – 9 p.m.

WHERE:         Palais des Congrès, 201 Viger Street West, Montreal, QC, H2Z 1X7

*the event will be in English only


Panelists:

Jo-Ann Jones, registered nurse specializing in palliative care (moderator)

Dr. Golda Tradounsky, palliative care physician at Mount Sinai Hospital

Anita Mountjoy, registered nurse, family caregiver

Sue Britton, registered nurse (home care) and yoga teacher

Zelda Freitas, social worker


On the Web: 
www.council-on-palliative-care.org

Contact Information

Contact: Cynthia Lee
Organization: Media Relations, McGill University
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Office Phone: 514-398-6754
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