Jul 22, 2014
This week's guests on Boomer Generation are:
About the Guests
Donald Koepke, Director of the CLH Center for Spirituality and Aging established and funded by California Lutheran Homes, Anaheim, California. Rev. Koepke earned his Master of Divinity from Lutheran School of Technology at Chicago in 1967 and completed his residency in clinical pastoral care at the UCLA Medical Center in 1995. He also earned his certificate at the Geriatric Pastoral Care Institute at the Center for Aging, Religion and Spirituality in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Rev. Koepke is a member of the American Society on Aging, Forum on Spirituality and Religion, ASA, serving on its governing council; the National Council on the Aging, National Interfaith Coalition on Aging, serving as secretary to its delegate council; and a board-certified member of the Association of Professional Chaplains. Since 1995 he has been endorsed by the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America for specialized ministry and has conducted numerous professional workshops for service providers, caregivers, families, and older adults specializing in spirituality and aging. He is a board member of the Council on Aging of Orange County and the South Bay Retirement Residence in Compton, California. He is also an Advisory Council member, Department of Gerontology, at the University of La Verne, California. His book, Ministering to Older Adults: The Building Blocks is published through Haworth Press; http://www.haworthpress.com
Dr. Marshall Capp, director of the Florida State University Center for Innovative Collaboration in Medicine & Law, is a faculty member in the College of Medicine and College of Law. He is a member of the American Medical Directors Association Foundation Scientific Council. He also is the editor of the American College of Legal Medicine’s Journal of Legal Medicine and serves on the editorial boards of several other major journals in the health law field. He has published and spoken extensively on topics in health law, medical ethics, and law and aging. Formerly, he served as the Garwin Distinguished Professor of Law and Medicine at the Southern Illinois University Schools of Law and Medicine. He also is professor emeritus at Wright State University School of Medicine and served for more than 20 years as a member of the adjunct faculty at the University of Dayton School of Law.
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