Schwartz Center Rounds (10/26)

Striving for Humanity in End-of-Life Care

Health care is personal, especially when it comes to caring for someone as they approach death. As health care moves toward a more holistic approach to care delivery, organizations are beginning to rethink how they treat patients and starting to embed end-of-life care plans into the overall approach. Please join us for our next Schwartz Center Rounds as we examine this important topic. All Cooper team members are invited.

Striving for Humanity in End-of-Life Care
Wednesday, October 26, 2022
Noon to 1 p.m.
WebEx only event
Click here to register

Our Panel:

    • Caitlin LaGrotte, Psy.D., M.Ed., Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Cooper Medical School of Rowan University
    • Chaplain Shawn Reid
    • Jordan Warner, CPRS, Supervisor Care Coordination

CME credits are available for those who complete the evaluation. 

Information about mental health resources available to Cooper team members can be found here.

Interested in making one small change to enhance emotional well-being? Try implementing a daily going home checklist:

    1. Review: Acknowledge a challenge you faced during the day. Take a deep breath, and let it go.
    2. Reflect: However small, consider and appreciate three things that went well today.
    3. Regroup: Check-in on and offer support to your colleagues. And, ask for help when you need it.
    4. Reenergize: Turn your attention to home. Focus on resting and recharging.