Identity and Relationships in Healthcare:  Societal and Ethical Considerations of Subtle Discrimination

Fran Felton, MT-BC

Thursday, March 16th, 2017 1:30-6:30 PM

$100 ~ 5 CMTEs

Participants will explore, identify, and discuss examples of subtle discrimination that can occur in the clinical setting related to patient diagnosis, assessment and treatment. The topics of pain, addiction/recovery, advocacy, and society’s depiction of mental illness will be explored. Scenarios which present ethical dilemmas will also be examined.

Speaker Biography:
Fran Felton, MT-BC has over 20 years of clinical experience, most prominently with families served in hospice and memory care. After working as the music therapist for Hospice of Dubuque (lowa), Fran recently relocated to a small town in Wisconsin and is currently establishing a music therapy program for the local hospital/hospice in her community.

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