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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.
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This is the only podcast dedicated to helping hospice nurses find fulfillment while avoiding the burnout that threatens the specialty. Hosted by James Dibben in Kansas City, Missouri. Visit our home page at The Hospice Nursing Podcast.
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The Heart of Hospice Podcast

Hosted by Helen Bauer, BSN RN CHPN

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The Heart of Hospice podcast is dedicated to helping personal and professional caregivers who are caring for someone with serious illness. We're here to provide information and education so people can make informed choices about end of life care.
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Life by Hospice & Palliative Care of Iredell County

Hospice & Palliative Care of Iredell County

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Welcome to Life: Compassionate conversations around advanced illness and the end-of-life journey. This podcast is intended to provide insight and education into how hospice & palliative care services can help patients and families through the end-of-life journey. It is not intended to replace professional medical advice or diagnoses. We encourage you to seek advice from your physician for questions regarding a medical condition. Hosted by Hospice & Palliative Care of Iredell County’s Develop ...
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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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Creating conversations around end of life care. I’m a Registered Nurse working in Hospice care. Exploring as many ideas as possible to help answer the big question, “What happens after we leave our body?”
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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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AGG Talks: Home Health & Hospice

Arnall Golden Gregory LLP

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Our podcast series features AGG attorneys and guests discussing business opportunities and legal issues for our friends in the home health and hospice industries. While we don’t provide care, we nevertheless consider ourselves part of the home health and hospice community. We enjoy sharing what we’ve learned after working with clients throughout the country, as well as giving our thoughts on new opportunities and challenges facing the industry, whether regulatory, reimbursement, compliance, ...
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The Hospice Podcast

St John‘s Hospice

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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 ...
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1 in 4 Medicare hospice patients is a U.S. military veteran. End of life workers need to know how to take care of their special needs and enhance their quality of life. It’s important for EOL teams to know the signs of PTSD and how to listen when these patients (and their caregivers!) are communicating what they need. Many military veterans experie…
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There a very large number of different beliefs and cultures that exist in the world, and the one thing many of them have in common is that they all have particular ceremonies around death. They may look very different, but a reverence for death is nearly universal regardless of one’s spiritual belief or lack thereof. On this episode of Changing Liv…
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In this episode I am privileged to interview Barbara Karnes, RN. Barbara is an award winning end of life educator, award wining nurse, NHPCO Winner 2018 & 2015 International Humanitarian Woman of the Year. Yeah, she’s a big deal, and she took time out of her busy schedule to spend some time on the show. To start out the episode, Barbara tells us th…
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Christina Keys can tell you the realities of being a caregiver for someone with a serious illness - the good, the bad, and the ugly. As the sole caregiver for her mother following a catastrophic stroke, Christina experienced financial, emotional, mental, physical, and relational impacts. The relationship between the two women was complicated, follo…
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This trio of End of Life Doulas is educating the public and other doulas about EOL doula work, and how they support people as they die. Diane Button, Gabby Jimenez, and Angela Shook are sharing their wisdom along with practical guidance for doula work. With heart, compassion, and respect for the intensity of death, the three EOL doulas discussed th…
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Hospice nurse Shelley Henry is supporting nurses working in end of life care with advocacy, video tips, and support for their self care. Shelley uses the two words “divine intervention” to describe how she got ino working with patients at the end of their lives. After 20 years in the hospice industry, Shelley remains committed to preserving the art…
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In this podcast episode for Dying Matters Week 2024, hosts Gina and Tamsin are joined by Cornwall Hospice Care Senior Nurse Claire Collings and Social Prescriber covering the North Coast of Cornwall, Sarah Webber. We also hear from Zoe Watson, who talks about her experiences of her Mum's stay with us and how it allowed her the time to have those di…
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Sarah Cavanaugh believes having conversations about death helps us clear the air and find peace, whether those discussions are in person or in our hearts and minds. Sarah is the founder of Peaceful Exit, a company that explores all aspects of grief and loss. She co-designed a curriculum to open the conversation around the physical, psychological, a…
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In this episode about inclusivity and in particular how we improve awareness and therefore care for the LGBTQIA+ community, our hosts Tamsin and Gina are joined by Michael Thomas - Education Facilitator at Cornwall Hospice Care and George Kestell who experienced the care at Mount Edgcumbe Hospice when his partner Mark was admitted. Support the Show…
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As a caregiver her entire adult life, Elizabeth Miller has learned how to find the joy in the caregiving life. As a Certified Caregiving Consultant, she helps other caregivers make the best of their own experience. Elizabeth joined forces with her siblings to provide support for their parents, and for her developmentally delayed brother. Each sibli…
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Gail Rubin, The Doyenne of Death, has been talking about death and dying for years - and she’s still alive. As an award-winning death speaker, Gail uses humor and film clips to educate the public about advance care planning, funeral pre-planning, and estate planning. She’s a Certified Thanatologist and a featured speaker at TEDxABQ, where she spoke…
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In this episode I discuss the three-legged stool that makes up a hospice agency. The three legs are Sales, Operations and Clinical. If either of these legs is having problems, the stool is at risk to fall down. I recently had a listener ask me to discuss the differences between office staff and field staff. She asked the following question. I am wo…
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Jennifer O’Brien is sharing details of her caregiving journey, telling the story of her husband’s life-limiting illness and how she’s learned to make the most of Precious Time. After working 35+ years as a practice management consultant to physicians, Jennifer supported her husband Bob up to and through the end of his life. As a hospice and palliat…
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The story of the terminal illness and death of Kimberly Acquaviva’s wife Kathy is powerful, intense, real… and human. As a hospice social worker and LGBTQ+ community advocate, Kim knows what good end of life care looks like. During their experience with Kathy’s end stage cervical cancer, the women discovered that none of the hospice agencies where …
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Caregivers work tirelessly to ensure the person they’re caring for is as safe and healthy as they can make them. As a result, nearly all of their energy gets put into providing care with the resources they’ve been given, and they don’t necessarily have the time to research some goods or services that might ease some of the more difficult aspects of…
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Senator Meg Cappel turned her experience as a caregiver for her terminally ill mother into advocacy and now works to promote hospice care in her home state. Meg believes a true legacy - one that lasts - is a legacy of kindness. Years of working as a special education teacher taught her the importance of seeing people and meeting them where they are…
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Many people have heard of doulas in the context of giving birth, but what is a death doula? On this week’s episode of Changing Lives, we’ll be going over Death Doulas. What are they, and how do they help a person who is dying? Support the Show. Listen on 91x FM You can listen to episodes of "Changing Lives" on 91x FM each Monday (except for holiday…
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When someone close to us dies at an older age, we often take comfort not only in celebrating their life, but also in knowing that death is part of the natural process of living. This experience is not the same when you are faced with the sudden death of your child. In this episode, Julie Spears talks about the tragic death of her 16 year old son an…
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For this episode I decided to share a recent interview I did for the Nurse Keith podcast. It was a great time to share with Keith’s audience some of my observations from the world of hospice. I believe this was a great opportunity to share hospice with a whole new audience. Take a minute to visit Keith’s web site, and throw some support his way! ht…
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Supporting people who are grieving is fulfilling, joyful work. Just ask Help Texts founder Emma Payne. After having a personal loss, Emma realized how much we could improve how we support grievers. She’d spent years working in the tech space. That knowledge helped launch Help Texts. Their service provides grief support for events like pregnancy los…
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Death can sometimes be a difficult concept to understand, especially for a child. Given there are instances where adults can sometimes reject or avoid the death of someone close to them, it can be challenging for a child to fully grasp the concept. In this episode of Changing Lives, we will go over how to best explain death to a child in a way they…
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Joelle Johns believes telling people they’re dying gives them an opportunity to say the goodbyes, do the final things they want to do, apologize, and forgive. Joelle is a death midwife and grief counselor, as well as a pastoral thanatologist and clinical chaplain, having just completed her designation as a Board Certified Clinical Chaplain (BCC). S…
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A person’s reaction to death depends on a multitude of factors. While there is no right way to mourn the death of someone you know, there can be certain actions a person could take in an attempt to cope that could be harmful to themselves or those around them. On this week’s episode of Changing Lives, we’re going to go over negative coping strategi…
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This is Part Two of Saul’s conversation with Ronald Greer about his new book, “The Quiet House.” Ron Greer is the Director of the Pastoral Counseling Service at Peachtree Road United Methodist Church in Atlanta, Georgia, having been with this ministry for forty years. He is an ordained United Methodist minister, a Fellow of the American Association…
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In this episode I answer a listener email question regarding death visits. No two death visits are alike, so in this episode I try to cover some of the basics. I cover some of the following topics. Call the funeral home as quickly as possible It’s not about you Don’t always be in a hurry to interject yourself Be sensitive to other cultures To stay …
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Death Doula Jo-Anne Haun has found growth and meaning in working with the dying. As co-founder of Death Doula Network International, Jo-Anne works to support and educate about the work of death doulas. Jo-Anne uses her personal gift of gentle humor in her volunteer work as a therapy clown (Code Name: Buttons). Jo-Anne’s habit of incorporating a lit…
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In Today’s episode, Saul talks to Ronald Greer about his new book, “The Quiet House.” Ron Greer is the Director of the Pastoral Counseling Service at Peachtree Road United Methodist Church in Atlanta, Georgia, having been with this ministry for forty years. He is an ordained United Methodist minister, a Fellow of the American Association of Pastora…
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Volunteers are the lifeblood of Hospice Quinte. They are trained, compassionate, and dedicated as they provide services in our communities. In this episode of Changing Lives, we’re going to look at what our volunteers do to make Hospice Quinte work as well as it does. Support the Show. Listen on 91x FM You can listen to episodes of "Changing Lives"…
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Death literacy advocate and Community Doula Francesca Arnoldy is sharing the role of a death doula and how to support someone through a time of intensity. She’s the author of The Death Doula's Guide to Living Fully and Dying Prepared, a workbook that offers the opportunity ​​to explore mortality and end-of-life care planning. In her work as an end …
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In Today’s episode, Saul talks to Indira Dyal-Dominguez on her book “You: A spiritual being on a spiritual journey.” This book redefines a new paradigm shift that is shaped by the Self. In this paradigm shift, Connecting becomes a way of knowing that at any moment you can ‘unplug’ or ‘disengage’ the Mind’s vibration and speaking of what is occurrin…
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In this episode I answer the following question from a listener. Hi, any chance of getting a podcast on Service Failures? I've been in hospice for around two years. I hear the term thrown around, but can't quite grasp all the details. I don't see any podcasts or blog posts around this subject, but I suspect the knowledge would be quite valuable. Th…
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Award-winning End of Life Educator Barbara Karnes takes a deep dive into the unique challenges of caring for someone with dementia at end of life. Caregivers often find their responsibilities accumulating over time as the disease trajectory continues. They’re forced to live in the present, to see their loved one as who they are today. The goal is t…
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*Trigger warning - this episode contains a description of an intense death event and the death of a child. Please make space for your self care if you find the topic overwhelming. Juli Henderson has turned the loss of her son into meaningful advocacy, sharing her wisdom with other caregivers. Juli and her husband Chris were the parents of a son, Ro…
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One of the benefits of choosing in-home hospice care when faced with a terminal illness is that you have a trained volunteer visiting you in your home at regular intervals to check on you. While most people will also have a caregiver to help as well, what happens if you are alone for periods of time and happen to die during one of those times? In t…
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In this episode I focus on the top 6 concepts I believe are essential to promoting the growth of a hospice office. Ultimately, the administrator is responsible for creating an environment for success. Any administrator who wants to blame others for lack of success, is an administrator nobody wants to follow. Here is the list of items I focus on dur…
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Hospice physician Dr. Karen Wyatt wants people to get comfortable thinking about death, and have time to plan for the end of their lives. Karen is the host of the End of Life University podcast and author of 7 Lessons for Living from the Dying. She’s considered a thought leader in end of life care. We talked about lots of topics related to hospice …
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In today’s episode, Saul talks to Dr. Joshua Black on Grief Dreams. Dr. Black holds a MA and PhD in Psychology. He is a grief researcher, speaker, consultant, and host of the Grief Dreams Podcast. His work focuses on dreams and continuing bonds after loss, including prenatal and pet loss. As one of the leading academic experts in grief dreams, whic…
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When it comes to talking about death in relation to pets, the conversation is typically about dealing with the death of the pet. But what happens when it’s the other way around? In this week’s Episode of Changing Lives, we will examine what happens to our furry friends who are still around after we die. Support the Show. Listen on 91x FM You can li…
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*Trigger warning - this episode contains a description of an intense death event. Please make space for your self care if you find the topic overwhelming. Death doula Karen Hendrickson’s brother died suddenly when she was sixteen years old. That event became a lifelong lesson in death and dying, grief, and how to support teens during a loss. As co-…
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In Today’s episode, Saul talks to Dr. Christopher Hamilton on his philosophical thoughts on life, middle age and death. Dr. Hamilton is a professor of Philosophy at Kings College in London. Dr. Hamilton completed his BA in philosophy at King's College London (where he also completed the Associateship of King's College) and went on to do an MPhil an…
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Hospice care is a specialized form of healthcare that focuses on providing comfort and support to individuals facing life-limiting illnesses. We often receive the same set of questions around hospice care and for someone who has never had any exposure to it in the past, there are many aspects of it that aren’t intuitive. In this episode we will be …
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In this episode I review my strategies when I have family members who are afraid to tell their loved one that hospice is being consulted for care. I spend some time helping you understand the real difference between patients who can understand what they are being signed up for versus patients who are confused and can’t understand the decisions bein…
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Hospice nurse and end of life doula Gabby Jimenez of the Hospice Heart shared her thoughts in our great conversation about supporting MAID caregivers, and her new book Dignity Day. Hospice and end of life workers should know what Medical Aid in Dying (MAID) is, regardless of their personal opinion about MAID. If patients and caregivers ask question…
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Hospice & Palliative Care of Iredell County Development Director Mindy Rice hosts, and brings Hospice & Palliative Care of Iredell County's CEO Mike Smith on. They discuss what hospice & palliative care does generally, what Hospice & Palliative Care of Iredell can do for you and your family, what grief/bereavement services are available, and more. …
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In today’s episode, Saul talks to Dr. Wendy Cadge about her new book, “The Everyday Work of Chaplains”. She is a Professor in the Department of Sociology and the Dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Brandeis University. She founded and co-directed the Transforming Chaplaincy Project from 2015-19, and in 2018 launched the Chaplaincy I…
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When someone dies, something needs to happen to all their belongings. It can feel like a major invasion of privacy to go through everything they own, and that paired with the constant reminders that they are no longer with us can make the task a particularly difficult one. On this episode of Changing Lives, we’re going to go over some of the differ…
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Caregiver, physician, wife, and griever - Dr. Lucy Kalanithi shares her remarkable journey with her husband Dr. Paul Kalanithi, author of When Breath Becomes Air. Lucy’s experience with her terminally-ill husband and his death has shaped how she approaches patient care and thinks about human suffering. Dr. Kalanithi is a Fellow of the American Coll…
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