A Senior's Guide for Living Well, and Dying Well: Conversations That Matter

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About the Author

A. Stuart Hanson grew up in Minneapolis, attended Washburn High School, Dartmouth College, and Dartmouth and the University of Minnesota Medical schools. He served in the U.S. Navy in Vietnam and Japan and practiced pulmonary and critical care medicine at Park Nicollet Health Services in the Twin Cities for forty-one years. During his medical practice years he has had over 4,000 conversations with patients and their families about end-of-life issues. He uses those experiences in writing this guide book for seniors and their families.

Dr. Hanson has held many leadership positions at Park Nicollet including medical director and president of the Park Nicollet Institute for Research and Education. He has served as president and board chair of the Twin Citties Medical Society, president of the Minnesota Medical Association, and as a Minnesota delegate to the American Medical Association House of Delegates. He was the founding president of the Minnesota Smoke-Free Coalition, Vice President of the Minnesota Health Data Institute, and vice chair of the Minnesota Partnership for Action Against Tobacco (renamed Clearway Minnesota). He is the current president of Behavior at Work Collaborative, Inc. which is dedicated to improving workplace culture.

He has previously written Do No Harm: A Personal Memoir. He lives with his wife in Minneapolis. They have two adult children.