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Engaging in this Moment

Ari Shapiro
NPR Host, All Things Considered

At this moment in our country, we are experiencing much mistrust and mutual suspicion. How do we connect and contribute in ways that are constructive and productive? How do we rebuild confidence in each other and in the institutions that support our society? What lessons can we take from Ari’s perspectives to apply to our hospice and palliative care community, engaging in this moment and for the future?  

Learning Objectives:

  • Describe our country’s culture of mistrust and suspicion
  • Discuss ideas to connect, contribute and rebuild confidence
  • Reflect upon engagement and its application to hospice and palliative care 

Ari Shapiro

Ari Shapiro, co-host of All Things Considered, NPR's award-winning news magazine, has reported on political campaigns, served as White House and Justice Department Correspondent, traveled the globe as an investigative reporter and performed with “little orchestra” Pink Martini, giving him a unique perspective on the citizens of our world and how we engage and disengage with each other.