BUILDING A CULTURE OF LIFE IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH – MARCH 18, 2015 | 7 PM
MARCH 18, 2015 | 7 PM BUILDING A CULTURE OF LIFE IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH…
A CRITIQUE OF THE LIVERPOOL CARE PATHWAY
Ensuring quality palliative care—Can guidelines and pathways help?
February 27, 2013, 7 pm; Free
95 St Joseph Street, East door, Room 101, Faculty of Theology
University of St Michael’s College
SPEAKER: Dr A.T. Kerigan
Dr Kerigan qualified in medicine in the UK and joined McMaster in 1976 in the Department of Medicine with a focus on education. Currently he is Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine.
While on staff at Hamilton General Hospital he worked initially in internal medicine and then in geriatrics before obtaining further training in palliative care. At present Dr Kerigan is a palliative care physician at Emmanuel House in Hamilton and geriatrician at Hamilton General Hospital and St Joseph’s Villa in Dundas.
Dr Kerigan and his wife Carol have been involved in family life programs for many years with the Diocese of Hamilton. He is also past president of the Hamilton Catholic Physicians Guild.
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