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Palliative Care Lunch & Learn 

Winter Series

Powers of Attorney: Deciding who will make decisions for me when I can't

Michelle Allain

Bioethicist for Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre, St. Joesph's Care Group,
and the North West Community Care Access Centre

 Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the function  of Power of Attorney documents
  • Understand the distinctions between Powers of Attorney for Personal care and Continuing Powers of Attorney for Property
  • Describe the role and responsibilities of those named as Attorney’s for Personal Care and/or Property
  • Explore common questions and ethical issues related to Power of Attorneys and how to address them

   To view the session, please visit the OTN webcast here.