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Hospice Veteran Partnership of Nevada Presents: A War on Many Fronts: What does Trauma-informed care look like for Vietnam-era Veterans at End of Life?
November 6, 2020 @ 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm
This presentation will provide some history and context to Vietnam-era Veterans and insight into what makes this population unique. Trauma-informed care will be defined and symptomology of traumatic stress as manifested in a veteran population discussed to give an overview of avenues for care-planning with this population and your organization.
Registration is required and is open to the first 500 that join the call:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
Cheryl Johnston (MSW, LSW, ACHP-SW, US Army Veteran @Nathan Adelson Hospice)
Ms. Johnston joined Nathan Adelson Hospice in 2012, initially as a student, and then as a medical social worker after completing her two-year practicum at the agency and currently leads the internal We Honor Veterans program. Ms. Johnston is a full-time lecturer for the UNLV School of Social Work and is currently a Doctoral Candidate at North Central University seeking a doctorate in Psychology with a specialization in Trauma and Disaster Response. Her focus in education is the end of life care for marginalized populations such as veterans and members of the LGBTQ population.
HVP of Nevada