Location: Tempe, AZ
| Date: February 11, 2018 |
Jessica Nutik Zitter has a front row seat to the public health crisis that touches all of us: the default use of technology on the dying. She describes what she calls the “end-of-life conveyor belt,” in which mechanization and protocol override personal preference and collaborative decision-making.
Jessica exposes the public health crisis from an insider’s perspective, taking us on the journey of her evolving relationship with medicine. Sharing stories of her patients and colleagues, as well as her own inner struggles, she shows us how we all might find a better path to the end of life.