Respecting Choices® (RC) provides and/or supports a variety of learning and networking opportunities through national courses and events.
- As a leader making decisions to transform your healthcare culture to person-centered care, you may want to learn more about the RC approach.
- You may want to impact the care of your patients by becoming certified as an RC Facilitator and/or Instructor.
- Perhaps your health system, organization, or community is evaluating evidence-based advance care planning (ACP) programs and you want to experience the RC approach.
Regardless the reason, you will learn, make connections, and be highly satisfied with the knowledge and skills achieved by participating in an RC course or event. Register today and let RC ignite your passion!
Respecting Choices® National Conferences
National First Steps® ACP Conference
National Last Steps® ACP Conference
National Share the Experience (NSTE) Conference
SAVE THE DATE: 2018 National Share the Experience (NSTE) Conference
Our second NSTE will be held on October 23-26, 2018 at the Minneapolis Airport Marriott (2020 American Boulevard East, Bloomington, MN 55425). Check out the Event Details page or submit a General Contact Form for more info!
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS OPENING SOON!
2016 Inaugural NSTE Participant Comments
“You and your team did a phenomenal job putting on the Share the Experience Conference!”
“You should feel super proud and I hope you can take a break and enjoy the fruits of your labor. It was actually hard for me to leave yesterday, I felt like a kid who did not want to leave the best summer camp ever! :)”
“It truly was one of the very best events I have ever attended, and knowing how hard it is to do a ONE-day event I am totally in AWE of you for doing this massive undertaking!!!”
“What a pleasure to attend and participate in the 2016 NSTE in Milwaukee. It was nice to see you and your team as well. Putting “real” faces to names was enjoyable beyond words, one of my highlights. Relationships, right?”
“Congratulations on a phenomenal conference! I can’t express how gratifying it was to see so many people from the movement in one place. Bravo.”