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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…
 
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…
 
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.…
 
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…
 
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
 
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
 
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…
 
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…
 
A Vice President of Hospice UK, David is also a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences and has been a board member of the European Association for Palliative Care. In 2015 he served the Scottish Government as Consulting Editor to its Strategic Framework for Action in Palliative and End of Life Care and assisted the Scottish Parliament in its enqu…
 
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In Today’s follow up episode, Joe and Saul once again talk remotely with Dr. Phillip D. Williams about his incredible life’s journey. Dr. Phil is currently a chaplain at the VA Healthcare Center in Temple Texas. He has also authored many books and is passionate about end-of-life care. In this episode, you will learn a little bit about his life’s jo…
 
Biographical Sketch - Dr. Phillip D. Williams, BCC-HPC | Present Position | Chaplain, Southeast Texas, VA Healthcare Center, Temple, TX VA National Chaplain Chairman Hospice Specialty Certification Board, Hampton, VA Consultant, Williams Church Consulting Group, Temple, Texas Adjunct Professor/Board of Governors, Rockbridge Seminary, Springfield, M…
 
The Role of Symbols in End of Life Care Symbols are objects that take on a deeper meaning for the person grasping them. Every symbol points beyond itself to a reality for which it stands. Symbols can be both corporate and private, easily recognized but contextualized in the individual experience. Rituals in End of Life Care Symbols are often (thoug…
 
Glenn is a graduate of University of Maine and the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg. He has a passion for incarnation-based ministry which is why he fell in love with Hospice Chaplaincy...which he did NOT see coming i.e. never considered Hospice Chaplaincy until service on the CCU unit during the VA. His military awards include Bronze St…
 
Kristina Jansz in her article, “The importance of pausing” writes. Imagine reading a book in which there are no commas or periods. Page after page, all the words run together making it near impossible to decipher the intended meaning. Imagine listening to a piece of music that doesn't have any rests in it. What you'd experience is a collection of m…
 
In the final stages of life, sexuality is often regarded as not important by health care providers. It is often assumed that when life nears its end, individuals and couples are not concerned about sexual issues and so this is not talked about. Although the need or ability to participate in sexual activity may wane, the need for touch, intimacy, an…
 
Susan Pinker TED Talk Face-to-face communication matters Book: The Village Effect by Susan Pinker Humans are social beings When we feel connected with others, we feel better Robert Waldinger & the Harvard Study of Adult Development TED Talk Quality relationships are key Practice compassion Social media and connectedness Social relationships are so …
 
Since 2016, he has worked with Frome Medical Practice in Somerset, UK to develop a new model of primary care combined with compassionate communities, one of the most effective therapeutic tools we have in improving length of life and well-being. The health outcomes of this model have been dramatic, with this being the first intervention that has be…
 
Honors and Awards SLU Scholarly Works Award (for the book The Crisis of US Hospice Care) Emerald Literati Award for Excellence (for the article “Putting the ‘Right to Die’ in its Place: Disability Rights and Physician-Assisted Suicide in the Context of US End-of-Life Care”) 2019 Bicentennial Fellowship, Saint Louis University 2017 Graduate Student …
 
Daniel is passionate about helping people deal with what’s going on in their lives. Depending on the setting that means embracing their mortality, coping with hospitalization or maintaining combat readiness.โดย Saul Ebema and Joe Newton
 
Joe Newton has been the co-host of the Hospice Chaplaincy show from the very beginning but he has never shared his journey to hospice chaplaincy work. We thought this would be a great opportunity for our listeners to get to know Joe Newton a little more.โดย Saul Ebema and Joe Newton
 
Sharondalyn is also an educator certified in Georgia and California, she taught students from Pre-K through collegiate levels in her home state of Georgia, and she is an advocate in the education field. Through her career expansion in chaplaincy, she continues to provide compassionate care and hopes that others can reap the benefits that chaplaincy…
 
Bob Madar from KBOO Local Folk series has come back to do a special series highlight caregivers. Caregiving is especially challenging during COVID, and we hope that those who are taking care of loved ones know that they are not alone in their challenges.โดย Lumina Hospice and Palliative Care
 
Paul’s Publications 1. That’s great! You can tell us how you are feeling’ – Mark, a recently severely physically disabled 11-year-old boy with a brain tumor in G. Fitchett and S. Nolan (eds), Case Studies in spiritual care. (with Liz Bryson and Sally Nash). JKP, 2018 2. Chapter Holding the whispers in the dark in Skills for children’s work SCM 2019…
 
In this week’s episode, Saul and Joe talk remotely with Janine Folks who works as a chaplain with Seasons Hospice in Detroit, MI. Janine began her chaplaincy journey with a pediatric hospice where she was instrumental in helping the families of dying children process grief. In this episode, she shares her remarkable life journey and professional tr…
 
Her book addresses topics that family, friends, and loved ones often shy away from - what will happen in the final days or weeks before we die? Our society is programmed to ignore death until it's right at our door, but experienced hospice nurse Beth Cavenaugh wants us to be prepared and know our options so that our final days on Earth can be fille…
 
Raised in the Goddess tradition and since having her children, Awen has walked a path as a healer, teacher, and celebrant. She tries to live in a way which embodies wildness and a deep love and compassion for all beings. Awen seeks to hold space for change and transformation. She teaches people how to live life by the moon, trust the coincidences a…
 
In 2016 Jason answered the call to chaplaincy and began pursuing the needed education and qualifications. He has worked both as a hospital and hospice chaplain. He is currently the full-time chaplain for Hospice of Southwest Georgia. He is also the Lead Minister for Cornerstone Church of Christ.โดย Saul Ebema and Joe Newton
 
Give A Mile is a nonprofit organization that provides flights for those that cannot afford to fly to be with a loved one who is palliative or critically ill. They have just expanded to the U.S. and would love to get connected to families that need their flights. The Founder, Kevin Crowe experienced this power first-hand during the passing of his go…
 
Dr. Jim deMaine is Retired Pulmonary/Critical Care MD. Emeritus Clinical Professor of Medicine at the University of Washington School of Medicine. He is an advocate for those unable to speak for themselves; and also passionate about ethics of autonomy and how that plays out in nursing homes and assisted care; in creating systems to help the frail e…
 
Dr. Jeff Spiess is the author of the new book, Dying with Ease: A Compassionate Guide to Making Wiser End of Life Decisions. In 2016, the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine named him the 12th annual recipient of the Josephina B. Magno Distinguished Hospice Physician Award. And in January 2019 he fulfilled a lifelong dream of appear…
 
Bob Madar from KBOO Local Folk series has come back to do a special series highlight caregivers. Caregiving is especially challenging during COVID, and we hope that those who are taking care of loved ones know that they are not alone in their challenges.โดย Lumina Hospice and Palliative Care
 
Bob Madar from KBOO Local Folk series has come back to do a special series highlight caregivers. Caregiving is especially challenging during COVID, and we hope that those who are taking care of loved ones know that they are not alone in their challenges.โดย Lumina Hospice and Palliative Care
 
With her background in traumatic brain injury, mental illness, elder law and disability law, Ms. Cornish brings a distinctive set of abilities to her work with dementia and Alzheimer’s. In 2010 Ms. Cornish founded the Dementia & Alzheimer’s Wellbeing Network (DAWN®) in Moscow, Idaho. Through her hands-on work with dementia, she developed a propriet…
 
From graduate school, she was appointed to work on the Women’s Campaign where she collaborated with Jewish women from around the state of Rhode Island and Southern Massachusetts, assisting in leadership development and strengthening women’s voices in philanthropy. After her first child was born, she pursued her Chaplaincy dream and worked in Miriam…
 
Bob Madar from KBOO Local Folk series has come back to do a special series highlight caregivers. Caregiving is especially challenging during COVID, and we hope that those who are taking care of loved ones know that they are not alone in their challenges.โดย Lumina Hospice and Palliative Care
 
Bob Madar from KBOO Local Folk series has come back to do a special series highlight caregivers. Caregiving is especially challenging during COVID, and we hope that those who are taking care of loved ones know that they are not alone in their challenges.โดย Lumina Hospice and Palliative Care
 
Bob Madar from KBOO Local Folk series has come back to do a special series highlight caregivers. Caregiving is especially challenging during COVID, and we hope that those who are taking care of loved ones know that they are not alone in their challenges.โดย Lumina Hospice and Palliative Care
 
Dr. Goodhead is a Methodist Minister with 14 years Church based experience gained in several localities throughout the UK, both urban and rural. In his role at St Christopher’s Andrew is concerned to ensure that all End-of-Life Care professionals have the skills and confidence to offer spiritual assessment and ongoing support to all patients and th…
 
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…
 
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 today’s episode, Saul Ebema sits down to talk remotely with Charles James Parker- the new Director of Hospice Division for the Spiritual Care Association. Here is a little insight about Charles James Parker.• Originally from Long Island NY• Prior Active-Duty Air Force (over 17 years)• Ministry over 12 years• Chaplaincy background includes: Acute…
 
Marellen Mayers also works as a Hospice Chaplain at Gilchrist Hospice. She has also attained the following degrees. · A.A, degree in Early Childhood Education · B.A. degree in Human Services (Social Work) · M.A. degree in Holistic Spiritualityโดย Saul Ebema and Joe Newton
 
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