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Past Free Webinar – February 25, 2015

New Americans: Solutions to Work Force Challenges in Long Term Care

By: Jane Graupman, Executive Director, International Institute of MN

MGS Webinar Handouts New Americans in LTC 2 25 14(1)

The Medical Careers Pathway for New Americans is a model developed by the International Institute of Minnesota that has evolved over the years to meet both the needs of New Americans and the demand from the long term care industry for a well trained and qualified healthcare workforce.

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Past Free Webinar – October 14, 2014

Ethics and Values in Aging and Long-Term Supportive Services

with Rosalie Kane, Ph.D., UMN School of Public Health

Handout – Ethics Values in Aging & Long Term Supportive Services

Resources for Ethics Webinar

This webinar focuses on common ethical issues encountered by professionals working with older adults and examines how to identify and respect the values and preferences held by older people and their families. The common ethical principles of respect for autonomy of individuals, beneficence or doing good, and justice will be re-applied to aging issues and aging services.

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