January 25, 2010

Advance Notice

Exploring decisions at end-of-life

How religious beliefs affect end-of-life decisions is the subject of a one-day conference Monday, Feb. 8, in Candler School of Theology Room 252.

“Belief and Barriers: Religion and Decision-Making for the End of Life” is sponsored by the University’s Religion and Public Health Collaborative and the Center for Ethics.

Panels and keynote speakers will review current research in the light of the major faith traditions and from the perspective of religious communities to explore the role of religious faith in end-of-life decision-making.

Registration is limited. For more information, contact Susan Landskroener at 404-727-4110.

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