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Pippa Blackburn, PhD 2h
at end of life. As people review and reconcile their lives at the end of life, suffering can be heightened by experiences of trauma. Support, reassurance, fostering a sense of safety and preventing re-traumatisation key.
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Nathan Gray Sep 18
Cartoon for the Fall issue of Quarterly... providers know it’s about more than just code status... What would your medical preference tattoo say?”
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Providence St Joseph Sep 21
On October 6th, Pacific Hospital and Palliative Care Foundation and invite the community to an evening with three visionaries - , and - discussing living well until the end. To RSVP, visit
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Dr. Saptarshi Ghosh 2h
Fruits and Vegetables in diet are important. Need to avoid junk food
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Ian Kremer Sep 9
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Elisabeth coyne 9h
Great presentation understanding culturally appropriate end of life care.
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Lucy Watts MBE MUniv Sep 22
A photo with my guests at the ceremony in which I received an honorary degree of Master of the University from the yesterday. My grandmother, Dorothy, former nurse Bev Barclay MBE, my mother Kate and and me.
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Megan Ranney MD MPH Sep 16
As an emergency doc, sometimes my greatest moment of healing is in letting people die in peace. Huge thank you to colleagues in ---- and huge respect for patients and families who talk about end-of-life *before* it is imminent.
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Natasha Dhawan, MD Sep 22
Weekend rounding at the hospital: idk if every1 magically knows I’m applying for , but I’ve been curbsided for 5 pt convos. That’s in addition to my 3 pts who felt like they weren’t being heard & had unanswered questions/GOC. all day, err day 🤓🤓
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Genesis HealthCare Sep 21
Our team provides care to patients who struggle with transportation, housing and medical care in our community➔
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Liz Callaghan 11h
So lovely to meet up with my colleagues whilst I am in Townsville for the . Discussing their work with communities in and the need for services to b located close to home.
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jacqnook Sep 11
A lot of work being done across the whole of Ireland to strengthen and promote the palliative SW role within the multi disciplinary arena. straddles adult and children’s services, as well as the full spectrum of life limiting conditions.
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thepalliator Sep 22
Our first formal presentation as HPM Fellows
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Sapna Kudchadkar, MD, PhD 10h
So well said. “There is an inherent tension in caring for critically ill patients—the value of compassion in helping patients and families navigate critical illness paired with the pain that comes when so many of our patients ultimately die.”
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CIHI_ICIS Sep 19
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IAHPC Sep 20
Did you know? That is bringing resources to ? IAHPC Board Member provides online research resources to create next generation of leaders Join us & support!
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Marie Curie Scotland Sep 5
Thank you to all of the panel members in today’s Big Debate for all, and a great, enthusiastic and engaged audience. We’ve had some very interesting and stimulating discussions - with plenty of food for thought
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Sen. Judith Seidman Sep 22
care does not refer to “about to die care” but addresses the needs of people with life-limiting conditions to improve their quality of life and that of their families. Some say it should be offered at diagnosis.
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North York General Sep 21
Many myths surround , which hold us back from talking about specialized medical care that can help any patient who has an advanced serious illness.
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Tara McCallan Sep 21
On call for last night. 1 call from the Hospice PCU. 6 calls from home care nurses. Because that’s where most palliative care happens & where most patients want to be. We need more resources supporting death at home, not just specialtist care
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