Accord Hospice hosting free screening, explores end-of-life care – White Mountain Independent

Accord Hospice hosting free screening, explores end-of-life care
White Mountain Independent
SNOWFLAKE — Accord Hospice of the White Mountains is hosting a free, community screening of the documentary “Being Mortal” from 3-5 p.m. Saturday Feb. 24, at the Celebrations Social Hall, 113 N. Main St. in Snowflake (across from Ed's Market). After

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Sociologists to explore end-of-life care in Feb. 23 talk – Cornell Chronicle

Sociologists to explore end-of-life care in Feb. 23 talk
Cornell Chronicle
By the year 2060, the number of Americans over age 65 is expected to double, to 24 percent of the population, intensifying concerns about end-of-life care. In a Feb. 23 talk, sociologists Holly Prigerson and Libby Luth will speak on “Psychosocial

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We Need to Revolutionize End-of-Life Care — Here’s Why – OZY


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We Need to Revolutionize End-of-Life Care — Here's Why
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When Victoria Chang's mother was diagnosed with pulmonary fibrosis, she didn't have a single person she felt she could turn to. Six years earlier, her father had a stroke that led to significant neurological changes, and now the young poet realized she

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On mortality: Workshop will offer insight into end-of-life care – Vashon-Maury Island Beachcomber

On mortality: Workshop will offer insight into end-of-life care
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The workshop they organized includes some luminaries in the field who will provide an array of information on evidence-based practices and methods to help improve the quality of life at the end of life for both patients and families. The information

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End-Of-Life Care Is A New Beginning For Some Homeless Patients – KJZZ

End-Of-Life Care Is A New Beginning For Some Homeless Patients
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These are the people who have passed on here; many were in the final stages of their life. “They all brought their gifts to this world and they ended up in a place where they had no one,” said Lin Sue Cooney, Hospice of the Valley Community Engagement

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Disrupting end-of-life care – Connect Savannah.com

Disrupting end-of-life care
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Not so much about what happens afterwards, but what happens before we get there. The Harvard Medical School physician works to educate and empower patients in the American medical system, starting with telling their doctors what they want during end-of

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Tulsa Zoo starts end-of-life care for its oldest animal, Gunda the … – kjrh.com


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The Tulsa Zoo is starting end-of-life care for its oldest animal, Gunda the elephant.

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Stanford’s AI Predicts Death for Better End-of-Life Care – IEEE Spectrum


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Stanford's AI Predicts Death for Better End-of-Life Care
IEEE Spectrum
Using artificial intelligence to predict when patients may die sounds like an episode from the dystopian science fiction TV series “Black Mirror.” But Stanford University researchers see this use of AI as a benign opportunity to help prompt physicians

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Tulsa Zoo starts end-of-life care for its oldest animal, Gunda the elephant – kjrh.com


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Tulsa Zoo starts end-of-life care for its oldest animal, Gunda the elephant
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TULSA — The Tulsa Zoo is starting end-of-life care for its oldest animal, Gunda the elephant. The zoo made the announcement Tuesday. According to a news release, the zoo's animal care and veterinary staff members decided to start hospice care for the

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Nursing professor wins national award for book about LGBTQ end-of-life care – GW Hatchet


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Nursing professor wins national award for book about LGBTQ end-of-life care
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A professor in the nursing school received a national award for writing the first-ever scholarly book on providing inclusive end-of-life care to LGBTQ patients. The book, “LGBTQ-Inclusive Hospice and Palliative Care: A Practical Guide to Transforming

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