Past Events

Having the Last Word: Advanced Directives and Wills

Having the Last Word: Advanced Directives and Wills

Friday, June 18th at 7 pm. How to Clearly and formally communicate your end-of-life wishes should you be unable to communicate them yourself. With guidance from attorneys Liz Smith and Vance Sanders. Advance Directive 2021 (.docx) Download Transcript

Global Pandemic

Global Pandemic

In 2020 we were in the midst of planning a community forum and workshop on end of life and addressing intergenerational grief and trauma. We had providers from Providence hospital eager to join us and share their expertise along with counselors and local resource...

“When You’re Not There” Book Signing

“When You’re Not There” Book Signing

Hosted by the Foundation for End of Life Care We are excited to announce the second edition of "A Guide for Helping Those You Love When You're Not There" and invite you to join us for light refreshments honoring Virginia "Ginny" Palmer and Hal Geiger with a reception...

Palliative Care 101: Integrating Support To Improve Care

Palliative Care 101: Integrating Support To Improve Care

The Foundation for End of Life Care is bringing two speakers for a free public lecture addressing the topic of palliative care, to be held on November 2, 2018 at 5:30 pm in Elizabeth Peratrovich Hall, 320 Willoughby Street. Dr. Ursula McVeigh Dr. Ursula McVeigh is the...

Conversations With Dr. Jessica Zitter On Facing End Of Life

On Tuesday, October 3, 2017, nearly two hundred people came to the Centennial Hall in Juneau, Alaska to hear critical care physician Dr. Jessica Zitter speak.  She recently wrote a book called Extreme Measures, which tells the story of her struggles to find meaning...

Jessica Zitter, MD, MPH

Jessica Zitter, MD, MPH

The Foundation for End of Life Care will be bringing Jessica Zitter, MD, MPH to Juneau for a free public lecture on October 3, 2017 at 6:30 pm in Centennial Hall. Dr. Zitter is the author of the newly released and well-received book Extreme Measures: Finding a Better...

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