Teaching for our time
All different. All equal. Part 2.

All different. All equal. Part 2.

August 25, 2021

Our final episode in this series. A doctor researching inequality in access to hospice services talks about issues of ethnicity in relation to Palliative Care. How can we improve in this area? 

The shock of your life

The shock of your life

August 7, 2021

What do you know about the deactivation of implantable cardiac devices for palliative care patients? Listen, learn and spare your patients from avoidable painful shocks at the end of their lives.  Give us feedback about the podcasts at //www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/7XG8GBP

 

 

All different. All equal. Part 1.

All different. All equal. Part 1.

July 23, 2021

Ting and Rosemary explore racial discrimination, equality and diversity from a patient and staff perspective. 

Dying to get home

Dying to get home

June 18, 2021

What needs to happen to get a dying patient home quickly and safely? Who does what to make it happen? What can go wrong? Take one minute to give us feedback on these podcasts here.

Eat to live or live to eat?

Eat to live or live to eat?

May 28, 2021

Learn about the way members of the Palliative Nutrition MDT approach the complex issue of clinically assisted nutrition for patients approaching the end of life. Please evaluate this and our other podcasts by completing our VERY short survey: //www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/7XG8GBP

A good place to die?

A good place to die?

May 11, 2021

In this special Dying Matters awareness week episode, we discuss what it means to be in a good place to die relationally, digitally and spiritually. //www.dyingmatters.org/AwarenessWeek. 

“I can see my daughter’s face clearly now”

“I can see my daughter’s face clearly now”

April 23, 2021

Tissue Donation. What is it? Who benefits? Who can donate? What is your responsibility as a HCP? This episode will help you transform lives. More info here:  //www.nhsbt.nhs.uk/what-we-do/transplantation-services/tissue-and-eye-services/  Register your wish to donate here: //www.organdonation.nhs.uk/

 

 

“My patient has died. Now what?”

“My patient has died. Now what?”

April 7, 2021

Listen in as a Palliative Care doctor, Trust chaplain and clinical nurse specialist discuss care after death. Ever heard of 'peaceful positioning'? Worried about a family member's bereavement journey? Wondering how to support a ward team after a difficult death? All this and more in this important episode. 

“I know how this ends.” A relative’s experience.

“I know how this ends.” A relative’s experience.

March 22, 2021

A longer special edition episode for the National Day of Reflection. Small acts of kindness, humour, empathy, touch and compassionate honest communication. This is a celebration of life in the face of adversity and, we hope, a helpful tool for your own reflection as the nation considers together all those that have died and all that has been lost through Covid-19.  

I wouldn’t want to do your job!

I wouldn’t want to do your job!

March 18, 2021

4 members of the Hospital Palliative Care multidisciplinary team describe some of the highs and lows of the job. How do they cope with all the sadness and death? More info also available here.

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