Do you sometimes leave your doctor’s office and then realize that you forgot to mention something important? Were you reluctant to discuss an important topic because you felt unprepared? This course is a helpful guide for how to talk with your doctor, what questions to ask and other practical tips related to healthcare.

Based on a National Institute on Aging publication, “Talking with your Doctor,” this course will serve as a guide for how to talk with your doctor, how to prepare for your appointment, your participation in decisions related to your care, and other practical tips to help a person navigate the healthcare system. Each participant will receive a copy of the NIA publication.

ZOOM COURSE.  You will also get a recording of this session

1 Session |Thursday | Feb 3 | 1-2:30 pm | $10

Marion Donahue

Marion Donahue is a registered nurse with a master’s degree in Health Care Administration from Simmons College in Boston. Her prior work experience includes emergency room nursing and acute care nursing, followed by a 30-year career in the home health care field where she held senior and executive level positions in both for-profit and non-profit companies in the north east. Marion and her husband moved to Easton from the Boston area in 2014. She has been a member of the Talbot County Commission on Aging since 2015 and is a founder and former board member of the Maryland Community for Life-Talbot. Marion enjoys traveling, birding, nature and life-long learning.

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