Is Your Paperwork in Order?

All of us over eighteen need an Advance Health Care Directive and Durable Power of Attorney for Healthcare to ensure our wishes for healthcare are respected if we become incapacitated. These forms do not require the assistance of an attorney, and in most cases do not need to be notarized. But many people have questions about how to fill the forms out correctly and how to have them best reflect their deeply held beliefs. Scholl can come to your group, large or small, and help you host a “signing workshop” during which your group can ask questions and come to understand the importance of “getting your paperwork in order.” We can schedule a time convenient to your group, provide the materials and pro-rate charges on your group’s ability to pay. Please contact our Speakers’ Bureau for additional information. See below.

Speakers’ Bureau

Scholl Institute of Bioethics offers knowledgeable speakers to any size group all year round. If you are interested, please contact the coordinator Elizabeth Hanink at or 310-671-4412. Our speakers can provide presentations on a wide variety of topics including stealth euthanasia, physician-assisted suicide, mercy killing, terminal sedation, hospice and advance directives including POLST. Pre-implantation gender and genetic screening and selection are also timely topics. Speakers can provide information and resources to challenge public attitudes, policies, and legislation that threaten the basic dignity of each human being.


To book a speaker, please contact our Speaker’s Bureau Coordinator:
Elizabeth Hanink at +1 310-671-4412, or email to:

We charge a pro-rated fee depending on size of host group, distance, length or presentation and expenses.