“The Realities of Advanced Medical Interventions” will be the focus of two upcoming free presentations open to the public.
Nurses Cathy McConechy and Koala Connelly, who have decades of experience working in intensive care units, will discuss what advance medical interventions mean to patients and their families.
The first event is 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 30, at WWU’s Fairhaven College Auditorium, 516 High St. It is hosted by Western Washington University’s Palliative Care Institute.
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Events are done in partnership with Whatcom Alliance for Health Advancement.
The nurses also will talk about actual outcomes for patients for the short and long term, organizers said. Participants will learn about CPR, mechanical ventilation, dialysis and medicine to support blood pressure. There will be time for people to ask questions.
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