We live in a day in which there is increasing pressure placed on pro-life health care professionals to ignore deeply-held religious and moral beliefs and participate in medical procedures that violate those beliefs. As this pressure mounts, so does the need to preserve and protect the right of conscientious refusal.
Life Legal Defense Foundation is pleased to announce the first presentation of its groundbreaking seminar on health care workers’ rights to conscientiously object to participating in specific medical practices. “DO NO HARM” is an informational course aimed at educating pharmacists who object to distributing drugs harmful to human life. Although this seminar focuses on the specific context of the pharmacy, the concepts discussed are analogous and transferable to other medical disciplines as well.
Mark Your Calendars—the first-ever presentation of this seminar will be held live on Saturday, September 17, 2011 in Salem, Oregon. Attention Oregon supporters! Invite your friends and family to join us!
Time 10:30 am to 1:30 pm—Take three hours on a Saturday to become better educated on current legal issues and meet members of your pro-life community. Lunch provided, and will be served immediately following the seminar at 12:00 noon accompanied by a brief presentation by Dana Cody, Life Legal’s President and Executive Director discussing LLDF’s mission and current involvement in pro-life matters. Opportunity for Q&A regarding LLDF during lunch.
Space is limited. Please register online or, if you prefer, a PDF form for printing and mailing/faxing is available. These forms may be mailed to Life Legal Defense Foundation, P.O. Box 2105, Napa, CA 94558; faxed to (707) 224-6676; or emailed.
Questions? Call (707) 224-6675.
Costs: this event is being provided free of charge; donations will be accepted.
Coming Soon! Recordings of this one-of-a kind training will be made available for purchase following the training. Look for an announcement of availability in early October, 2011.
Location details: Kroc Community Center. 1865 Bill Frey Dr., Salem, Oregon. Directions.