Dr. Eugene Bereza to speak about “Ethical Challenges in End of Life Care” at the Women’s Canadian Club of Montreal

Members and guests are invited to join the Women’s Canadian Club of Montreal to hear the timely presentation “Ethical Challenges in End of Life Care” presented by Dr. Eugene Bereza, MD CM, CCFP, Director, Center for Applied Ethics, MUHC on Tuesday, January 17 at 12:30 p.m.at Victoria Hall, 4626 Sherbrooke Street West. An optional light lunch is available for $5 starting at 11:15 a.m. The cost for the presentation is free for members, $ 10 for non-members.

Dr. Eugene Bereza’s bio on his website reads he is a family physician with a background in literature, music therapy, palliative care and bioethics. He studied medicine and completed his residency at McGill University before pursuing a post-doctoral fellowship at the MacLean Center for Clinical Medical Ethics at the University of Chicago.

He is actively engaged in academic medical ethics, clinical ethics, research ethics and health policy development across the spectrum of care in Quebec through his work at the CIUSSS du Centre-Ouest-de-l’Île-de-Montréal, the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC), the Montreal Neurological Institute, as well as many provincial and national, professional organizations.

 

 

The Women’s Canadian Club has been a vibrant part of the Montreal community since 1907. Its purpose is to foster an interest in all matters of public concern in order to strengthen Canadian unity and identity. Members enjoy monthly Tuesday presentations and special events including luncheons and tours. This year the club moved to its new location at Victoria Hall where it continues to offer an opportunity to women to hear interesting speakers while enjoying a light lunch.

The first special event, a bridge and luncheon fundraiser, will be held on Tuesday, February 14. Tickets are $40 and will be available at the presentation on Tuesday.

www.ewc-rdc.ca/

The luncheon will be in support of Encounters with Canada, a unique opportunity for Canadian teens to meet other young people from across
the country while spending an adventure-filled week in the nation’s capital. Each year the club sponsors several girls to attend the week-long experience meant to both educate and inspire.

 

For more information contact interim president Pam Brydges 514.488.7891

www.womenscanadianclubofmontreal.ca

 

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