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Hospice Quinte's weekly 4-5 minute podcast brings you important information about end of life issues, bereavement, grief, hospice palliative care, and Hospice Quinte's services and events. Hospice Quinte also hosts 15 minute interview specials called "Heart to Heart with Hospice Quinte". Changing Lives and Heart to Heart can also be heard on 91.3 Loyalist Radio in Belleville, ON.
 
Everyone's end of life journey should be comfortable, peaceful and dignified. In every episode, Mitch Ware, long time Hospice Bedside volunteer and former Hospice client, will share his experiences and knowledge to show others how they can achieve the best palliative care available through Hospice. And, he will take your questions and answer them on future episodes as well. If you are considering end of life care, this podcast is for you!
 
The Hospice Podcast is produced by St John‘s Hospice, based in Lancaster and providing services across the South Lakes, North Lancashire and parts of North Yorkshire. This is your gateway to the field of palliative care. Each episode takes on a different topic, discussed by our highly experienced staff. After the last year, many more people are open to discussing the topic of dying – whether this is in a hospice, hospital or at home. More and more people are becoming aware and open to the id ...
 
Tamsin Thomas and Gina Starnes of Cornwall Hospice Care chat with guests about the many aspects of hospice care in Cornwall. This podcast began in January 2020 at what was the start of the anniversary of 40 years of hospice care in the county. Each episode features special guests from around our hospices, shops, fundraising teams, supporters and many more as we talk about things important to hospice care and how that is funded.Cornwall Hospice Care is a registered charity in the county of Co ...
 
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Hospice social worker Nathan Yemane is meeting the needs of his community by opening the first black-owned hospice agency in Washington State and carrying on his father’s legacy of service. Nathan grew up in Washington, has his masters in Social Work, and in 2013 obtained his clinical license in social work. He has worked in healthcare since 2010, …
 
Paul and Sally Nash live in Birmingham UK and married in 1986. They are both ordained Anglicans, both Myers Briggs Type Indicator Practitioners (although opposite types), both support London football teams (Sally Spurs and Paul Chelsea) both play golf and have worked with and for each other in some capacity for much of the time they have known each…
 
In this episode I interview Shelley Henry with Amity Staffing. Shelley shares her 20 year experience in hospice and how it lead her to starting Amity Staffing. She shares with us some of her strategies on bringing awareness to the challenges hospice nurses are facing in the field. We discuss some of the details of her “Your Opinion Matters” survey …
 
Caregiver Warrior founder Susanne White is sharing the many lessons she learned as a caregiver for her dad and mom. According to the Caregiver Warrior website, Susanne offers “advice, helpful tips, and strategies based on the experience, strength, and hope I found while surviving my own caregiving journey. It has become my mission to share my stori…
 
We’re wrapping up our Advance Care Plan Series in collaboration with the amazing team from The Conversation Project from IHI, sharing the lessons we learned during our advance care planning process. Creating an advance care plan is not an easy task, even if you’re not in the middle of a serious illness. Family dynamics have a big influence on how c…
 
Donna’s research program focuses on health services and health policy; primarily in relation to aging, ageism, and end-of-life care. Her work is oriented to myth busting, to ensure effective and accessible healthcare services for older and younger people. Her investigations often involve population data and mixed-methods research. She has over 300 …
 
We’re having an open, honest discussion with hospice social worker and author Jill Johnson-Young about intimacy during a serious illness. Jill’s been widowed twice, and knows the importance of physical intimacy even at the end of life. As a hospice social worker, Jill has seen what it’s like for terminally ill patients and their partners to struggl…
 
Kate Debartolo of The Conversation Project is talking with us about advance care planning, and how to talk about what matters most to you. According to The Conversation Project website (theconversationproject.org), Kate “has worked at The Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) since 2007. She currently leads The Conversation Project team and op…
 
She earned her MA in Religion and Education from Teachers College, Columbia University. She taught in the Religion and Philosophy Department at The Lawrenceville School in New Jersey for over a decade earning the Dunbar Abston Jr. Chair for Teaching Excellence.על ידי Saul Ebema
 
Ten weeks ago I left my role in leadership and went back to case management. In this episode I review some things that I have had to learn as well as some things that have been reinforced. I also discuss my assignment to a hospice friendly facility, and the strategy I used to gain favor with the staff. I discuss the importance of communication, and…
 
Dr. Aditi Sethi-Brown, founder of the Center for Conscious Living and Dying, has devoted her career to promoting positive death experiences. She’s a rare hybrid in healthcare, both a hospice physician and an end of life doula. According to the Center for Conscious Living and Dying (CCLD) website, “CCLD has a vision for death, dying, and grief that …
 
In the 3rd episode of our Advance Care Plan series, Rosemary Lloyd talks about how faith communities can support Advance Care Plan discussions using resources from The Conversation Project. Rev. Rosemary Lloyd was formerly the Advisor to Faith Communities for The Conversation Project. She’s also a registered nurse, hospice volunteer, and an ordaine…
 
Favorite Jobs and Assignments: News reporting for CFTO-CTV in Toronto, Canada Host of The Rosemary Keevil Show (original, I know!), a live, drive-time, current affairs talk show, CFUN Radio (CHUM National Radio Network) in Vancouver, Canada Guest relations for the Vancouver International Film Festival Managing editor of Scarlett magazine (now defun…
 
Dr. Thanh Neville is talking with us about the benefits of granting end of life wishes through the 3 Wishes Program at UCLA Health. Dr. Neville joined the faculty in the UCLA Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care in 2012 and is both a clinician and a researcher. In 2017, she co-founded the 3 Wishes Program and is currently its Medical Director. A…
 
Welcome to the second episode of our Advance Care Plan Series in partnership with The Conversation Project, featuring TCP’s Improvement Advisor for Community Engagement and Learning Patty Webster! Whether you want to have ACP conversations in a group of 5 of 500, The Conversation Project has the resources to get those discussions started. Through s…
 
As a speaker and spiritual teacher, Jennifer is a recognized leader in personal development and spirituality, and has led signature workshops on intuition, meditation, connecting to the Spirit World, and other spiritual themes. She continues to study new teachings and regularly attends workshops as well, including the Arthur Findlay College in the …
 
In this episode I go into depth on best practices for the admission process. I cover the following points in depth. First impressions Time Management Admission in-home schedule Importance of calming presence Review of services Records review Consents Click HERE to download the clinical data sheet and watch an instructional video. I provide some add…
 
GrandPad founder Scott Lien is talking with us about GrandPad's best features and how it keeps older adults connected. Older adults often feel isolated, and the pandemic separated them even more from family and friends. The GrandPad device is simple for seniors to set up. Customers can access white glove customer support with questions 24/7/365. Th…
 
Need some help with those difficult Advance Care Plan discussions? Welcome to our special Advance Care Plan Series featuring Kate Debartolo and the team from The Conversation Project! Conversations about end of life wishes can happen in different places - in family groups, community groups, or inside communities of faith. No matter where you want t…
 
Recently, she has been studying existential concerns at the start of life: what does our origin mean to us? What is the meaning of our beginning? What does it mean to bring life into the world? By comparing and contrasting existential concerns at birth and death she tries to unravel processes of meaning, with specific focus on embodiment and relati…
 
Our guest Dr. Arian Nachat is an advocate for palliative care services, informed advance care planning, and optimizing quality of life. As founder of Pallity, Arian guides the organization to focus on “you, the patient, helping you to manage your disease symptoms and treatment side effects while focusing on your quality of life”. According to their…
 
Anne teaches pastoral theology in St Patrick's College, Maynooth and is Visiting Lecturer and Supervisor at the Margaret Beaufort Institute in Cambridge, England. She supports ministry colleagues in her Pastoral Supervision practice. Anne is married with three adult children. She loves swimming in the Atlantic at first light, throughout the year. S…
 
End of Life Coach and home funeral guide Rhonda Lopresti is talking with us about spiritual care directives, and their importance as part of an advance care plan. Rhonda Lopresti is a certified End of Life and Life Coach and has been a Holistic Health Practitioner for 30 years. According to her website (peacefully-prepared.com), Rhonda is “passiona…
 
EDUCATION Ph.D., Clinical Psychology University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 1998 – 2004 Bachelor of Arts, Psychology Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 1992 – 1996 PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS Director of Clinical Training University of Arizona, Department of Psychology 2019 – present Associate Professor of Psychology University of Arizona, Department o…
 
In this episode I pick back up on my ”Avoiding Hospice Burnout” blog series with part 7. Check out the whole series by clicking HERE! For this episode I review the fallout I received after posting the following visit schedule. ============================== 6 patients who will be known as 1-6 All Charting completed at the bedside. Patient 1 – 8:00a…
 
Board Certified Clinical Chaplain Jonathan Prescott is back with us to discuss end of life practices in the Zen Buddhist tradition. Jon is a student of Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh. Jonathan’s practice as a Clinical Chaplain and Pastoral Counselor is to “support people experiencing illness and end of life, foster effective caregiving and reconnect pe…
 
A Florida native, Hank is a graduate of the University of Florida with a degree in history and was on football scholarship. He received his Master of Divinity degree from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. After serving for five years right after seminary in a very traditional church in Macon, Georgia he moved to the…
 
End Well’s Executive Director Tracy Wheeler is talking with us about end of life discussions, transforming how we think about death, and the launch of End Well’s new podcast! End Well’s goal as a non-profit organization is to “bring together a community that unites design, technology, health, policy, and activist initiatives to transform how the wo…
 
Suzy Hopkins is a retired journalist who worked for four Northern California newspapers, then founded and ran a community magazine in the Sierra foothills for 10 years. Hallie Bateman is a writer and illustrator based in Los Angeles. Her work has appeared in The New Yorker, The New York Times, Buzzfeed and many others. Together Suzy and Hallie crea…
 
In episode nineteen I go into detail my strategies for managing visit frequencies. To start out the episode I discuss the importance of following agency protocol regardless of any advice I provide. I also challenge leadership to reconsider any expectations that do not make sure patients get visits from their primary nurse for all crisis. I discuss …
 
End of life educator Carol Schoneberg is sharing wisdom about disenfranchised grief, the grief that society says isn’t real, but we all experience. There are a lot of reasons someone’s grief might be disenfranchised. Dysfunctional relationships where there was abuse, or former relationships like ex-spouses can be sources of grief that’s not recogni…
 
Dr. Cacciatore specializes in counseling those affected by traumatic death. She works with and counsels families from all around the world who have experienced catastrophic deaths. Her therapeutic interventions are always presence-and-mindfulness based and include narrative, dialectical, and trauma-focused therapies. She also teaches meditation, mi…
 
Warning: This episode contains a description of the loss of a terminally ill infant. It may not be for all listeners. Boy mom and advocate Kasey Carmona shares the story of her family’s hospice journey with her son CJ. Using her voice to advocate for her baby’s healthcare, Kasey and her family created quality of life for CJ. What they found were mo…
 
Tom is also a well-known speaker, having offered conference programs across the United States, Canada, and Japan and in England, Australia, Israel, and Germany as well as innumerable talks and workshops for nurses, physicians, funeral directors, clinical psychologists, social service providers, gerontologists, hospice workers, bereavement coordinat…
 
In this episode I announce the creation of a special website I have launched for my listeners. Hospice Nurse Training! At the end of the episode I give away 5 free memberships to this new community. Listen to the episode to get the instructions! In this community you will be able to count on the following deliverables. Live Q&A following each episo…
 
Our guest Dean Lambert of The Love Always Project knows firsthand how difficult it is to make funeral arrangements, even after 30 years working with funeral professionals. According to The Love Always Project website, “Dean Lambert has worked with funeral professionals for nearly 30 years to help them connect and serve the families facing one of th…
 
Tom is also a well-known speaker, having offered conference programs across the United States, Canada, and Japan and in England, Australia, Israel, and Germany as well as innumerable talks and workshops for nurses, physicians, funeral directors, clinical psychologists, social service providers, gerontologists, hospice workers, bereavement coordinat…
 
Widowhood, caregiving, and the messiness of grief are just some of the topics we’re talking about with guest John Polo. According to his website, johnpolocoaching.com, “John is a coach, author, and speaker. In January of 2016, John became a widower after his amazing wife, Michelle, died of cancer. From the rubble of everything that he once knew, co…
 
For instance, relatives sometimes worry their loved one will be “doped up” or become addicted to strong pain medications. Or they may fear their family member will suffer severe pain or other symptoms without sufficient relief. In this episode, Dr. Elizabeth Miles will shade some light on all of that.…
 
Children are not immune to the effects of loss – and even feel it’s affects more acutely but how they grieve if often different. Advanced Nurse Practitioner Heather Wiseman and Forget Me Not Centre Engagement Officer Rachael Makinson discuss the reality of helping children and young people tackle grief. Questions? Please email communication@sjhospi…
 
We’re honored to talk with Dr. Lorraine Dickey about The Narrative Initiative and the benefits of its Write-Read-Reflect method for both patients and staff. Dr. Dickey is an innovator and activist for a better experience of care within the healthcare system. She is a healthcare entrepreneur and a motivational speaker as well as a board-certified Ne…
 
In Episode Seventeen Brian returns to discuss strategies for success in long term care facilities. We answer several great questions from The Hospice Nurse Support Group on Facebook. Throughout this episode we discuss many of the challenges hospice faces when providing care in LTC facilities. Towards the end of the episode we address a very difficu…
 
Katie is a practicing adult-gerontology primary care nurse practitioner. She is also the founder and CEO of Death Care Coach, a company offering end-of-life guidance, consulting, education, and coaching to families, caregivers, and healthcare providers. Before founding Death Care Coach, she taught full-time as a Professor at Drexel University in th…
 
Our guest Judy Cornish is the founder of the Dementia & Alzheimer’s Wellbeing Network and the creator of the DAWN Method, a method for working with people who have dementia that helps them develop and retain a sense of security and wellbeing. As an elder law attorney, Judy had no experience with people with dementia until she met a new neighbor and…
 
managing patients and their symptoms in the last 7 days of life. I discuss when to start patients on daily visits, what what science and mathematics I use to calculate scheduled and as needed medications to maintain control of symptoms. I discuss the difference between transitioning and actively dying patients. I also discuss some changes in termin…
 
Our guest Zaundra Ellis believes in servant leadership and has practiced it for over 20 years serving in hospice care. Zaundra has held many positions in hospice agencies, from executive director to her current role as Vice President of Hospice Solutions for Axxess Solutions. Through the years, she’s learned lessons about leadership and the importa…
 
She received the Canadian Association of Teacher Education (2021) thesis and dissertation award for her work’s contribution to teacher education. Using her skills and expertise for service, she created and led numerous Grief and Writing Through Grief workshops for educators and bereavement support centers across North America. Apart from being an e…
 
In this episode, our guest Rabbi Steve Leder shares his perspective on dying and how the death of his father forever changed him. Steve Leder is the senior rabbi of Wilshire Boulevard Temple in Los Angeles. After receiving his degree in writing and graduating cum laude from Northwestern University, and spending time studying at Trinity College, Oxf…
 
His research, advocacy, and consultation have resulted in the development of first- time music therapy programs in hospices throughout the nation, thereby creating many new music therapy positions. He is the author of the text, Hospice and Palliative Care Music Therapy: A Guide to Program Development and Clinical Care, and his research has been pub…
 
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