Karen J. Clayton
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About Karen J. Clayton
Karen Clayton was born in Battle Creek, Michigan. Her Social Work education, graduate work in Sociology and extensive travel prepared her to do social work and discharge planning in county and private hospitals, be part of an interdisciplinary hospice team, and to work as Director of Patient Education at a regional office of the American Cancer Society. These venues are the sites of many of the stories in her book "Demystifying Hospice: Inside the Stories of Patients and Caregivers". She conducts workshops and teaches about end-of-life topics, palliative care and hospice, caregiving, elder care, cross-cultural communication, social problems, and general sociology. Her interests in art, anthropology, and diverse cultures prepared her to be Educator Curator at the Stahl Center Museum of Culture, La Sierra University, Riverside, CA. Demystifying Hospice is her first book, and she has been published in "Whidbey Life News" magazine and in "Connections" journal. Clayton and her husband, also an educator, are completing a book about learning to live in another culture about the time hey worked in the Republic of the Philippines, in an interesting "slice of time", living under martial law during the Marcos Regime. The book's title is "A Gentle Clash of Cultures: A Lovers Quarrel".
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