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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!
 
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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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For episode 3 of The Hospice Nursing Podcast my first hospice mentor, Mike Barrett, returns to discuss what I believe is the biggest contributor to hospice nursing burnout. Of all the complaints I hear from nurses regarding burnout and being overworked, charting is the main complaint. In this episode, Mike and I try our best to debunk the reasons c…
 
Alexandra has taught for California Poets in the Schools, Stillpoint Center for Spiritual Direction, Motherless Daughters of the San Gabriel Valley, and for a number of churches, community centers, and other organizations. She has had poetry and prose published in Ruminate, Gyroscope Review, Pirene's Fountain, Selfish Magazine, Presence Journal, Po…
 
The Fading Memories podcast is a great resource for Alzheimer’s and dementia caregivers. Host Jennifer Fink provides information, inspiration, and even some giggles. According to the Fading Memories podcast website, Jennifer interviews people who have some of the answers and families currently on this journey. The website features links to the podc…
 
Ensuring that patients receive the right care is essential but it is also important that a patient’s family is also supported, especially when they are contributing to the care of a loved one. This is where the Palliative Care Respite Service can be of enormous benefit. Dee Riley and Louise Dixon talk about what Respite Care is and the huge positiv…
 
Originally published in 2020, LWH's classic episode on how to handle the Holidays is once again returning for the season! Holidays are often difficult for anyone who has experienced or is facing the death of someone they love. Instead of being a time of tradition, family togetherness, sharing and giving thanks for blessings, this time of year can b…
 
As a new caregiver, or even a caregiver of many years, navigating the system in hospice palliative care can be hard to do. Knowing how to navigate the path will not only help you to understand the services available and how to access them but will also help you advocate for the person you are caring for. Find out how to navigate the hospice palliat…
 
Our guest today is Dave Kerpen - serial entrepreneur, NY Times best-selling author, and founder of Remembering.Live. When Dave lost his mom during the pandemic lockdown of 2020, Dave and his team created a virtual memorial service and memorial website to honor her memory. Through the Remembering.Live website, families can honor their loved ones wit…
 
Remembering a loved one with a memorial tattoo is a unique way of creating meaning out of loss. Memorial tattoos, also known remembrance tattoos, can be a meaningful part of a grief journey. Many people who’ve experienced the loss of a loved one get tattoos in memory of someone special, a friend or loved one, or even a pet. Sometimes it’s a name, s…
 
Terence Youk began work in film and television production in1986, first as a composer and later writing, producing, directing, and editing independent documentaries, crafting promotional media and producing news spots for a variety of broadcast clients. Under the auspices of the production company, Brook Hollow Productions, Inc., he has collaborate…
 
In this interview, Cathy Siebold who has witnessed firsthand the evolution of hospice care since its modern incarnation in the 1960s, presents a balanced and objective analysis of the movement’s accomplishments and failings. You can also read more about that in her book “The Hospice Movement: Easing Death’s Pains.” She uses social movement theory t…
 
In episode 3 of our series in honor of National Hospice and Palliative Care Month, we’re sharing what we think hospice will look like in the future, along with our wishes for end of life care. The large Baby Boomer population is going to require skilled clinicians, and a lot of them! The use of telehealth has become a valuable tool for hospice team…
 
Death is not something we need to fear. In fact, many people are able to die well because they think about it and plan for it ahead of time. Learn more about how to prepare for a good end of life in this week's Changing Lives Podcast. About Hospice Quinte Hospice Quinte assists terminally ill individuals and their caregivers by offering them suppor…
 
In this episode I introduce my very first hospice mentor, Mike Barrett. Mike explains what he saw in me and how I responded to his training when I first entered hospice in 2015. I then share my own personal story of total financial collapse in 2007 & 2008 that resulted in my own deep depression, and how I managed to recover. During the episode I ex…
 
Episode 097 - The A2Z HealingToolbox for Those Who Grieve (Mon. 11-15-2021) Susan Hannifin-MacNab is the creator of the A to Z Healing Toolbox, a great resource for navigating grief and trauma with practical tools and resources. Susan became a widow when her husband was killed in a car accident, leaving her with a young son. Using the wisdom she ga…
 
Paul is the Chaplaincy manager and Spiritual Care Lead at Birmingham Women’s and Children’s Hospital in England. He is co-founder of the Paediatric Chaplaincy Network, Centre for Paediatric Spiritual Care and Convenor of the Grove Youth Series. Here’s a link for the videos of the books narrated by Bear Grylls. https://paediatric-chaplaincy-network.…
 
In part 2 of our series in celebration of National Hospice and Palliative Care Month, we’re discussing current trends in hospice in the U.S. Hospice has changed through the years. While we still take care of cancer patients, we also see patients at end of life with other diagnoses - cardiac, dementia, respiratory, stroke, and kidney (renal) conditi…
 
It's been a while since our last podcast, but hosts Gina Starnes and Tamsin Thomas are back with a new episode and are joined by a plethora of guests from around our charity - all of whom contributed to our recent online report "Our Resilience and Revival". The report charts the story of what has been the toughest period in our 40-year history as t…
 
November is National Hospice and Palliative Care Month! We’re talking about the history of hospice, including medieval hospice houses, Dame Cicely Saunders, Florence Wald, and the modern hospice movement. The rich history of hospice began in medieval times as monks and nuns of the religious orders of the time created hospice houses where travelers …
 
One of our goals at Hospice Quinte is to help people start conversations about hospice palliative care and their end of life choices. There are a lot of myths, misconceptions, and misunderstandings about hospice palliative care that can prevent people from getting the care and support they need when they need it. Clear out the misunderstandings and…
 
As more people are choosing to die at home rather than in a hospital or hospice ward we discuss what makes for a good death at home. Bringing their years of experience to the discussion are Anne Haygarth, Head of Hospice at Home and Josie Candlin, Head of the Clinical Nurse Specialist Service at St John's Hospice. This episode also gives a great in…
 
We are thrilled to welcome Dr. Jessica Zitter back to the podcast to talk about her new documentary “Caregiver: A Love Story”. As a critical care and palliative care physician, Dr. Zitter has seen the true struggles of caregivers of loved ones with serious illness. Dr. Zitter is also the author of Extreme Measures: Finding A Better Path to the End …
 
She is ordained and ecclesiastically endorsed by the Assemblies of God. Kimberly graduated with a Master of Divinity degree from Assemblies of God Theological Seminary in Springfield, Missouri. Prior to graduate school, Kimberly received her Bachelor of Science in Religion from Liberty University, Lynchburg, Virginia. Before joining Lighthouse, Kim…
 
Welcome to episode one of The Hospice Nursing Podcast! In episode one I provide my audio resume. It is a dramatically condensed version since I turned 50 this year! Nobody has time for too much of my history. Anyway below is some of the content I promised during the episode. Please click HERE to review the Hospice News article I read during the epi…
 
She published a collection of essays, Violation, in 2015. Her incredible work has appeared in Harper’s, Antioch Review, Conjunctions, Threepenny Review, The New Yorker, and Tricycle, among other journals. Tisdale also teaches at Dharma Rain Zen Center in Portland, Oregon.โดย Saul Ebema and Joe Newton
 
We’re sharing our top 10 tips for the over 53 million unpaid caregivers in the U.S.! Caregiving is a hard job. It takes patience, energy, self-awareness, and endurance. We’ve been personal caregivers for family members and friends on hospice, in addition to our work as end of life professionals. To help our caregiving colleagues, we’ve put together…
 
Prior to her 2019 move to Columbia, she served as Associate Director of the Program for Biomedical Ethics at Yale School of Medicine. She edited Dying in the Twenty-First Century (MIT Press, 2015) and is author of The Lost Art of Dying (HarperOne, 2020), a popular press book on the preparation for death. Books 1. The Lost Art of Dying: Reviving For…
 
On October 8th, it will be 4 years since Elly Sheykhet’s daughter Alina was killed by her ex-boyfriend, Saul and Joe spoke with Elly Sheykhet to see how she is coping and continuing to keep Alina’s memory alive. Alina Sheykhet was a student at the University of Pittsburgh and was killed by Matthew Darby at her off-campus apartment Oct. 8, 2017. She…
 
Becoming a hospice nurse opened her eyes and changed how she saw her world. She discusses some of the wonderful people she cared for until they passed, and the lessons she learned about life through death. https://www.thehospiceheart.netโดย Saul Ebema and Joe Newton
 
Comfort care is an essential part of hospice palliative care. It’s a complimentary kind of care that helps or soothes a person who is dying. The goal of comfort care, is just that, is to prevent or relieve suffering as much as possible while respecting a dying individual’s wishes. Learn about comfort care during end of life in this week's Changing …
 
Katie’s story “What Happened in Room 10?” won a George Polk Award for Magazine Reporting in 2021. It is the product of a months-long investigation into the first COVID outbreak in an American nursing home — and, more broadly, the rise of the for-profit nursing home industry. Previously, she worked as a documentary film correspondent and producer at…
 
Patients with serious illness frequently need pain management. How do hospice teams manage opioids and the challenges that come with them? There’s often a lack of understanding about how pain medications are used in end of life care. When a patient’s pain is managed, his quality of life is better. Hospice physicians and nurses are responsible for e…
 
When you find out someone close to you is dying, it can be a little overwhelming. Once you have had some time to process the news you may be lucky enough to have some time to plan making memories with your loved one by putting together a legacy project. Legacy projects are projects or activities you do to honour the life of your loved one. In this …
 
We've all experienced the need to make a change at some point in our lives and understand that it can bring about a host of emotions and some fear of the unknown. While at times, this can be something exciting, when on an end of life journey, this can seem difficult, overwhelming and just plain impossible. In this episode, Mitch discusses how to ta…
 
Sophy is joined by Maddy Bass Director of Nursing and Quality at St John's Hospice to discuss the art of difficult conversations. Maddy takes us through the SPIKES method - a highly useful tool those working in care can use to make difficult conversations both more manageable and successful. If you have questions following this podcast, please cont…
 
Funeralocity is a great resource for both consumers and hospice professionals when it comes to funeral planning. Funeralocity provides information to help users compare up-to-date pricing and services from funeral homes and cremation providers in their area, get pricing and services for funeral homes enrolled in the Excellence Provider Program, and…
 
This is The Hospice Podcast, a conversational podcast exploring different topics in palliative care. Each episode features expert practitioners from a range of services at St John's Hospice. This podcast is intended for anyone, anywhere who in interested in furthering their knowledge of the practices of a hospice and palliative care.…
 
It’s a hospice patient’s right to choose how medications are managed. Deprescribing (simplifying or reducing) meds can be a huge benefit to both patient and caregiver. There’s a myth that all the medications will be stopped when a seriously ill patient is admitted to hospice services. Not true!! Medications for hospice patients are reviewed by the …
 
Becoming a caregiver can happen gradually without you even noticing it – you start calling more often, you cover more of the chores at home, you pick up their prescriptions – or it can happen quite quickly – they are given a diagnosis with a poor prognosis or they take a damaging fall, requiring urgent treatment and full-time care. In this week's C…
 
Founder Kevin Long and the team at Give A Mile help to connect loved ones when they need it most. After experiencing the loss of his close friend Ryan, Kevin launched Give A Mile. According to the Give A Mile website, “Give A Mile is a group of dedicated volunteers who believe strongly in the power of visits from loved ones for people in palliative…
 
Generally speaking, people who are dying need care in four areas—physical and practical help, mental support, help for emotional needs, and processing spiritual issues. Quality hospice palliative care should address the needs of all four areas. Listen to this week's podcast to find out how to give care in each of these four areas. About Hospice Qui…
 
Hospice interdisciplinary teams provide the best care possible for seriously ill people, no matter where they call home. Whether it’s a long term care facility (nursing home), assisted living facility, private residence or apartment, halfway house, a homeless shelter, or on the streets, end of life care professionals try to meet the needs of the pa…
 
According to Statistics Canada, in 2018 an estimated 25 percent of the population provided some form of long-term caregiving to a loved one. As those with illness face multiple losses and grief, and adjustments to a different life routine, so do caregivers. Caregivers may face losses such as the loss of a job, broken or challenging relationships, a…
 
Utilizing every discipline on the hospice interdisciplinary team helps to ensure the best outcomes and quality of care. Here 's why. Each member of a hospice team brings unique skills along with specialized training to the care of a seriously ill patient, and their caregivers, too. Nurses (RNs, LVNs/LPNs), doctors, and nurse practitioners manage th…
 
Barbara Karnes, author of the iconic hospice guide “the little blue book” Gone from My Sight, talks with Jerry and Helen about ritual, self care wisdom, and thriving as end of life workers. We’re honored to feature our third discussion with Barbara about what she’s seen during the last year. As a hospice RN, Barbara understands how important it is …
 
September is Healthy Aging Month. Healthy Aging Month was created to empower people over the age of 45 to take charge of their lives, their health, and their passions. This is not just about eating right and getting exercise. It is also about planning ahead. This includes planning for your end of life care. It can be hard to do, but creating an Adv…
 
There’s a lot to process when a hospice patient dies. Grief emotions along with business decisions can make it complicated. Today we’re talking about what a hospice death events looks. Death is common in hospice care, and interdisciplinary teams are highly skilled in caring for patients and families when it occurs. Nurses, social workers, chaplains…
 
Saul Ebema: Florence Wald received a Bachelor of Arts degree in physiology and sociology from Mount Holyoke College in 1938 and immediately enrolled in the 30-month nursing program at Yale University. However, by the time Florence went to Yale University School of Nursing, there was beginning to be a shift in philosophy of care where the primary fo…
 
Saul Ebema: In Latin, the word hospice means to host a guest or stranger; Florence Wald, centered her life on hosting a dignified end of life process that honored the patient’s personhood. Her ideas around death and dying led to the formation of the first modern hospice in the United States in 1974. Because of her, there are thousands of hospice pr…
 
One of the major milestones in serious illness occurs when a patient stops eating and drinking. We're talking about why it happens, how to cope with it, and what it means. When someone with a serious illness moves toward death, he might begin to have difficulty taking in food or fluids. It's a hard thing for those who love them to watch. Patient mi…
 
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