A show about the psycho-spiritual aspects of hospice care. On the Hospice Chaplaincy Show, you will hear stories of experts in the field of end of life care and grief counseling.This fun and educational podcast explores their life stories and theories of practice.
Meredith Sinel On Emotional PPE and Hospice Care During the Pandemic
Meredith Sinel is a native of Dallas, Texas. She studied at the University of North Texas and was an active Jewish leader on campus. Her work with synagogues and other Jewish organizations led her to the University of Michigan where she obtained her Masters in Social Work and Jewish Communal Leadership.
A Conversation with The Rev. Dr. Andrew Goodhead on Memorialization and Free Writing.
In this first episode of the second season of the Hospice Chaplaincy Show, Saul and Joe talk with The Rev Dr Andrew Goodhead, Chaplain St. Christopher’s Hospice in London, England. Andrew Goodhead joined St Christopher’s as Chaplain in January 2005, completing his doctoral research in 2007.
A Conversation with Cathy Siebold about the early years of the hospice movement
Saul Ebema talks with Dr. Cathy Siebold- a legendary social worker, psychotherapist and social movement theorist.
Cathy Siebold is also the author of “The Hospice Movement: Easing death pains.” In this interview, she talks about her recollection of the earlier years of the hospice movement.
A Conversation with Film Producer Terence Youk on his film “The Pioneers of Hospice.”
In Today’s episode of PERSONHOOD, Saul Ebema talks remotely with documentary film legend Terrence Youk. His wonderful documentary film, “The Pioneers of Hospice” is available for purchase on his website here: https://www.brookhollow.tv/.
Florence Wald's early years and the state of care for the terminally ill in the 1930s
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 programs around the country- serving millions of patients and families.
Florence Wald and the care for the terminally ill in the 1940s and 50s
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 focus was on the disease, and not on the patient. This disease orientation was a result of the rapidly growing knowledge in medical science that was overshadowing everything else at the time.
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