End of Life Training Pilot: For Community Health Workers, Allied Health Workers and Health Educators

November 19, 2013 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm America/Chicago Timezone
Mayo Clinic, Gonda Building, Cancer Education Center, Conf. Room 302
200 1st Street Northwest
Rochester, MN 55901
Heather Hirsch

The course will examine the sensitive, complex topic of end-of-life issues including definitions, cultural and societal factors, decision making considerations, communication, roles and responsibilities, and identifying and accessing resources.

Learning Outcomes:

  1. Recognize the CHW/AHW role in end-of-life issues;
  2. Describe advance care planning, hospice, and palliative care;
  3. Identify treatment options and resources specific to end-of-life decision making and care.

This training is free and will offer participants a certificate of completion of 4 hours of education.


Mayo Clinic Parking Information


  • Damon Parking Ramp — just west of the Gonda Building — 15 Third Ave. SW
  • Graham Parking Ramp — just west of the Charlton Building — 121 Third Ave. NW
  • Baldwin Parking Ramp — behind the Baldwin Building — 221 Fourth Ave. SW

All three ramps are connected to Mayo Clinic buildings by underground walkways (subways).

Parking rates

Parking rates are $2 an hour for the first hour and $1 for each additional hour, up to a maximum of $12 a day.


The curriculum was developed through a joint effort by:

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