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G. Jay Westbrook, M.S., R.N., CHPN

Name: G. Jay Westbrook, M.S., R.N., CHPN
Title:

Visiting Faculty Scholar, Harvard Medical School
Clinical Director, Compassionate Journey:
An End-of-Life Education and Consulting Service
Nurse Week 2004/2005 Nurse of the Year
Nursing Excellence Award for Innovative and Creative Care of Dying Patients and Grieving Families

Lectures:

Elder Abuse: Including How Attorneys Pursue Medical Abuse
Suicide in the Elderly: Causes, Conditions & Prevention
California End of Life Option Act Update
Ethical Communication: What Is It & How Do I Practice It?
Communication Best Practices between Physicians & Nurses
Advance Directives, Code Status & Prognosis: Difficult Conversations
Language of the Heart: Empowering the Dying & the Grieving
Family Conferences: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly
How to Improve Bedside Manner
Arresting Pain without Getting Arrested
When Your Patient is a Substance Abuser
The Hidden Epidemic: Substance Abuse in the Elderly
Palliative Care: What Every Physician Needs to Know
Cutting Edge Spiritual Tools for Physicians & Nurses
Making End-of-Life Care Amazing: New Tools & a Return to Basics
Addressing Grief & Loss Meaningfully
Preventing Compassion Fatigue & Burnout
When Children Die

Biography: Jay Westbrook is a multiple award-winning clinician, 2005 Visiting Faculty Scholar at Harvard Medical Schools Palliative Care Department, and a specialist in End-of-Life care & education.Westbrook has an MS in Gerontology, is a certified Grief Recovery Specialist, a Registered Nurse, and a Certified Hospice and Palliative Nurse. He is nationally recognized as an expert on the constellation of issues surrounding End-of-Life, and both lectures & consults nationally. Westbrook is an informative, entertaining, and inspiring speaker who presents powerfully on the transformative aspects of suffering and on using suffering to awaken compassion.Organizations for which he has served as a consultant or educator include, but are not limited to:Alzheimers Association American College of PhysiciansCalifornia Department of Corrections California Hospice FoundationCity of Hope National Cancer Center Connecticut Childrens Medical CenterHenry Ford Medical Center – Detroit, MI LAMP Mental Health Outreach ProgramLos Angeles County/USC Medical Center Multiple Los Angeles Schools of Nursing Penn State University School of Medicine St. Joseph Medical Center – BurbankSt. Jude Medical Center University of Kentucky School of Public HealthU.S. Department of Defense U.S.A.F. Keesler AFB Medical CenterUSC Keck School of Medicine Veterans Administration Medical Centers
Testimonials: Best talk ever. I give him an excellent plus plus. We want him back. – Citrus Valley Medical Center Relates dramatically and effectively with audience- Providence Holy Cross Medical CenterAmazing job.Ó – S. Block, M.D.Loved him and it was powerful and effective. Would highly recommend for any audience. – Rancho Los Amigos Thank you so much for arranging to have Jay Westbrook. Because of the topic alone, we had 50 people show up & there was standing room only. He was excellent! – Kaiser PermanenteI just wanted to say Ôthank you for speaking at our Med/Surg Symposium. As always, the comments on your presentation were great Ð Òupbeat and enjoyable speakerÓ, Òvery entertaining and informativeat the same timeÓ, Òvery knowledgeableÓ, Ònot boringÓ, Òsuch a wonderful presentationÓ, Òhumor helped to make the topic more understandableÓ, ÒawesomeÓ, Òenergetic and creative in delivering the topicÓ, and Òbest speakerof the dayÓ.
State: CA