July 19, 2018 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm America/Chicago Timezone
Sally May, RN, BSN

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This webinar will feature a review of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement’s (IHI) framework for improving end-of-life care which includes five “bite-sized” practical principles. Stories from several organizations and communities will be shared about the “bites” they have taken to improve end-of-life care for the individuals they serve.

Target Audience:  

Clinics, hospitals, home health, hospice, public health, consumers and families, and all community partners who will benefit from a discussion about end-of-life issues are encouraged to attend.


Upon completion of this webinar, participants will be able to:

  1. Evaluate the current status of end-of-life care within their organization and across their community.
  2. Outline strategies for engaging patients and families in conversations about end-of-life care.
  3. Identify resources for improving end-of-life care.

Continuing Education:  

This event has been approved by the North Dakota Board of Nursing for 1.5 contact hours for nurses.


Sally May, RN, BSN, CH-GCN
Honoring Choices North Dakota Program Coordinator
Advance Care Planning First Steps® Facilitator and Instructor

Sally May, a registered nurse, is the Senior Quality Improvement Specialist at Great Plains QIN serving North Dakota. She is a graduate of the Trinity School of Nursing, Minot, ND. She received a Bachelor of Science of Nursing degree from South Dakota State University, in Brookings, SD; a Certificate in Guided Care Nursing from the Institute for Johns Hopkins Nursing, in Baltimore, Maryland; and is a certified Respecting Choices First Steps® Advance Care Planning Facilitator and Instructor. Sally currently co-leads the Great Plains Quality Innovation Network Care Coordination and Home Health Infection Prevention Special Innovation Project for the states of North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, and Kansas under contract with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. She is the Project Coordinator for Honoring Choices North Dakota, a grass-roots organization that has the vision that “the health care choices a person makes becomes the health care a person receives.”