January 19, 2021 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Zoom

with Dr. Gail Eberharter Rankin.
Co-hosts: Connie McClaren, Deanna Clauson, and Renee Silvus.
Partnering with Community Hub McCall’s winter series: Looking Ahead, Conversations on Aging and Dying.
These discussions are free with an optional donation—even $10 helps!

Session 1: Tuesday, January 19
12:00 pm  –  1:00 pm
Focus on chapters 1 through 3

Session 2: Wednesday, January 27 [Separate registration.]
4:00 pm  –  5:00 pm
Focus on chapters 4 through 6

Session 3: Monday, February 1 [Separate registration.]
12:00 pm  –  1:00 pm
Focus on chapter 7 through epilogue

We will use the questions at the end of the book to guide our discussions. We welcome and encourage further exploration and comments based on your unique experiences. As a physician who has been a caregiver, I think this book can empower us to become wiser and less fearful as changes come to ourselves and those we love. Come for any or all, as time permits.

Copies of Being Mortal are available at the Barn Owl Books and Gifts.

Gail Eberharter Rankin, MD is a physician who made her way from surgery to Functional Medicine and acupuncture to find health care that addresses underlying cause in a holistic way.  She lives in McCall and thrives in the out-of-doors with her friends and family always near to her heart.

Connie McClaren is a retired RN, yoga instructor, and photographer.
Deanna Clauson is a Functional Medicine Certified Health Coach.
Renee Silvus is a Whole Health Educator and life coach.

*This program is supported in part by a grant from the Idaho Humanities Council, a State-based Program of the National Endowment for the Humanities. Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this program do not necessarily represent those of the Idaho Humanities Council or the National Endowment for the Humanities.*

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