Each year we fulfill our mission of providing the best services and resources on living with a life-limiting illness, dying, death, grief and loss, by inviting experts to Savannah to speak to the medical and non-medical community.
In 2018 we welcome physician, writer and patients’ rights advocate Dr. Angelo Volandes, who will speak on “The Conversation: A Revolutionary Plan for End-of-Life Care.” Dr. Volandes practices internal medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston and is on faculty at Harvard Medical School. He is Co-Founder and President of the non-profit foundation Advance Care Planning (ACP) Decisions. Join us as he explains his low-tech, high-empathy plan to revolutionize end-of-life care at one or more of the following events:
• Cocktails and Conversation for Physicians and Medical Community in The Landings Club’s Plantation ballroom
Thursday, January 25, 2018 between 5:30 and 7:30 p.m. RSVP 912.629.1043
• Grand Rounds at Memorial Health U.M.C.’s Medical Auditorium (CME’s available)
Friday, January 26, 2018 at 8:00 a.m.
• Coffee and Conversation for Community members
Eckburg Auditorium, Savannah Technical College, 5717 White Bluff
Friday, January 26, 2018 between 9:45 a.m. and 11:15 a.m.
(Copies of Dr. Volandes’ book, The Conversation, will be available for purchase; CEU’s available)
Thanks to our 2018 sponsors: Bart, Meyer & Company, St. Joseph’s/Candler Foundations and an anonymous donor. Gift-in-kind donors include Savannah Technical College, Cutters Point Coffee and The Landings Club.
Now in its tenth year, this signature community event engages medical and clinical leaders, health and social service professionals, and the public at large in meaningful conversation around end-of-life issues. In recent years, such noted speakers as Ira Byock, MD (2016), Thomas J. Smith, MD, FACP, FASCO (2015), Petr Janata, PhD (2014), Jonathan K. Crane, PhD (2013), Daniel P. Sulmasy, PhD, MD (2012), Professor Paul A. Lombardo (2011), Robert L. Martensen, MD (2010), and Marcia F. Levinson, PT, PhD (2009) have shared their expertise and insights, inspiring new and improved ways to improve end-of-life care in our own community.