Links We Like: October 7, 2016

| By Jodi Horton

The only link we have for you this week comes from the Brief But Spectacular series from PBS Newshour. It’s a quick video with BJ Miller, a palliative care specialist from the Zen Hospice Project in San Francisco. Watch: In facing death, this doctor sees a way to live well

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Links We Like: September 30, 2016

| By Jodi Horton

We’re sharing two links this week with articles we think you’ll find interesting. The first is about a photography exhibition that just sounds beautiful. Art projects like these help us understand the spiritual and emotional aspects of end of life. See more: Saying Goodbye, The Right Way The second article is from two healthcare professionals […]

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Links We Like: September 23, 2016

| By Jodi Horton

We were a big fan of this article this week, and we think it’s worth a read. Our staff members have certainly considered the possibility that individuals sometimes wait for the “right” moment. Read more: Can sheer willpower keep patients alive in their dying hours?

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Links We Like: September 9, 2016

| By Jodi Horton

We love the sound of this project out of Stanford! What a great way to encourage people to not leave anything unsaid and to let our loved ones know just how much we love them. Read more: Writing a ‘Last Letter’ When You’re Healthy The other article we really appreciated this week was about talking […]

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Links We Like: September 2, 2016

| By Jodi Horton

Let’s talk about the movies this week. There’s not one, but two upcoming movies that will reflect on hospice care, and we’re planning on watching both of them. The first film is To Joey, With Love, and it’s the wonderful story of Rory and Joey Feek. They were a well-known duo in country music, and […]

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