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How TeleMedicine is Changing the Palliative Care Industry

Posted on August 4, 2020


telehealthTraditionally, a key element of quality palliative care is human contact. But due to the COVID-19 pandemic, palliative care teams across the nation have had to go virtual. While many initially viewed telemedicine as a hurdle, experts are now suggesting that it could be a powerful tool to enhance seriously ill patients’ care experiences, even after the pandemic is over.

The New Normal
Palliative care is a patient-centered approach in which doctors, nurses, and social work...


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A Mourner’s Guide to Moving: How to Handle a Move While Grieving

Posted on July 1, 2020


silhouetteAre you looking for a fresh start after losing someone close to you? While it’s not a decision to rush into, moving after the loss of a loved one can be a great way to give yourself a new lease on life.

Whether you move to be closer to your support system or move into a home that’s better suited to your family’s size, a new environment can be just what you need to start rebuilding life after loss. However, it’s not as simple as packing your bags and hitting the road. Once the dust has settled and you’re ready to think about what’s next, these steps will help guide ...


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Overcoming Death Anxiety

Posted on June 4, 2020


anxietyAlthough death is an inevitable part of life, most people don’t like talking or thinking about it. But for some, the dread and fear surrounding death is so intense that it interferes with their ability to live a healthy life. Here are ways to cope with your fear of death, and move beyond death anxiety to death acceptance.

What is Death Anxiety
Death anxiety, or thanatophobia...


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Supporting Healthcare Workers During COVID-19

Posted on May 5, 2020


healthcare workersAs we continue to face the impacts of COVID-19, our healthcare workers are being challenged on a daily basis. They are on the front lines, risking their lives to care for--in some cities--an overwhelming numbers of patients. Not only is their physical safety in jeopardy, but also their psychological, emotional, and spiritual well-being. Here are some ways that we, as family members, friends, and community members, can support healthcare workers in their fight against the virus.


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