Monthly Archives: August 2018

Dying badly despite all my efforts – Baltimore Sun


I’m a palliative care nurse practitioner so you would think that my mother would have had a good end-of-life experience, but she didn’t, even though we did everything right. Source: Dying badly despite all my efforts – Baltimore Sun

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Death: no longer such a taboo?


Ever thought about planning your own funeral? Suzanne Bearne – who has arranged hers – asks: are we beginning to engage more openly and honestly with death? Source: Death: no longer such a taboo?

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To Resuscitate or Not to Resuscitate ~ Pallimed


Great writing on hospice and palliative medicine from clinicians in the field. Source: To Resuscitate or Not to Resuscitate ~ Pallimed

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Death Notification as Behavior Modification: Let’s think this through ~ Pallimed


Great writing on hospice and palliative medicine from clinicians in the field. Source: Death Notification as Behavior Modification: Let’s think this through ~ Pallimed

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Book Review: My Father’s Wake: How the Irish teach us to live, love and die by Kevin Toolis ~ Pallimed


Great writing on hospice and palliative medicine from clinicians in the field. Source: Book Review: My Father’s Wake: How the Irish teach us to live, love and die by Kevin Toolis ~ Pallimed

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Blog of Jennifer J. Wilhoit/TEALarbor stories: A Short Story of Healing


Source: Blog of Jennifer J. Wilhoit/TEALarbor stories: A Short Story of Healing

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When Siblings Share The Caregiving For An Aging Parent, Will It Be Welfare Or Warfare?


Parents who need but refuse help, a fragmented health care system, the staggering cost of care and the daunting task of somehow finding time to juggle it all — of all the difficulties family caregivers face, one of the biggest … Continue reading

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