Journal of Life Care Planning Vol. 9 No.1
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Contents Include: 

Editorial: The Attorneys Speak
Tim Field, Editor

Rational Life Care Planning
Wayne C. Kreuscher

Reaction to Rational Life Care Planning
Jeanne B. Patterson, Ed.D., and Frank Woodrich, Ph.D.

An Irreverent Look at Life Care Planners
Rodney M. Patterson

Comments Regarding An Irreverent Look at Life Care Planners
Roger O. Weed, Ph.D.

Life Care Plan of John Child, Jr.
Charles A. Kincaid, Ph.D., CRC, CVE, ATP

Ethics Interface
Nancy Mitchell MA, OTR/L, ATP, CLCP, IALCP-Fellow

Dilemma: I am a life care planner who continues to practice as a nurse in a hospital as I grow my life care planning business. I took a life care planning certification course that gave me an excellent foundation in my work as a life care planner. I attend many workshops specific to nursing that fulfill the continuing education requirements for my certification as a life care planner. Is there a concern if I choose not to attend educational programs specific to forensic work or life care planning?