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Hosted by integrative palliative medicine physician, Dr. Delia Chiaramonte, The Integrative Palliative Podcast helps physicians guide families facing serious illness to physical and emotional wellbeing. Physicians will find insights, skills and knowledge as well as attention to their self-care, because you can't pour from an empty cup! All physicians will find something for themselves and their patients in this podcast. Targeted to physicians, but all are welcome!Also, check out The Institut ...
 
AmiPal is a podcast about palliative care, technology, innovation and research. If you want to learn more about palliative care, hospice care, research, innovation and health technology - this podcast is for you! This podcast will be of interest to healthcare professionals and students with an interest in palliative medicine. The podcast is hosted by Dr Amara Nwosu MBChB, MRCP, PhD, who is a Academic Clinical Lecturer in palliative medicine in the University of Liverpool, UK. Come and join t ...
 
The Surgical Palliative Care Podcast features interviews with the founders and the leaders of the surgical palliative care community, a diverse group of surgeons, dedicated to providing high quality palliative medicine to all surgical and trauma patients. Tune in to learn the rich history of the surgical palliative care movement as well as to stay up to date on the latest research in the field. Hosted by Dr. Red Hoffman, the Surgical Palliative Care Podcast aims to educate, foster community ...
 
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Giving bad news well takes skill. Many physicians do an OK job at giving bad news but I encourage you to shoot much higher than just OK. Patients and families may remember that moment for the rest of their lives, and a physician who skillfully gives bad news can help relieve suffering for the patient and family. In today's episode of The Integrativ…
 
This week I'm sharing an interview that I did on Dr. Tolulope Olabintan's show. We chatted about how to approach the hard stuff - when a loved one has a serious illness. Our conversation ranged from how to hav enough conversations to the biggest mistakes that loved ones make to how to find happiness even when facing a serious illness. Come listen! …
 
Excellence in integrative symptom management is worth pursuing - for your patients and for yourself. It is a style of practice that is impactful and deeply meaningful. The 4 kept components are: 1) The mind-body-meaning-relationship approach 2) Seeking the symptom's underlying cause 3) Creating a bigger toolbox 4) Committing to keeping your own "cu…
 
You may think that you can't add an integrative approach to your practice because your patients visits are too short. This is a myth. While it would be great to have hour long visits with each patient, the integrative approach can be snuck in to any patient care visit, no matter how short. This week you'll learn 10 tips for creating an integrative …
 
Fibromyalgia is a challenging condition for both the patient and the physician. There is no quick fix and no magic medication that will fix fibromyalgia pain. With an integrative, multidimensional approach, however, people with fibromyalgia can absolutely feel better! Dr. Ziegenbein is a rheumatologist and expert in fibromyalgia. She shares her app…
 
Other people's strong emotions can be scary. If you're in the exam room and your patient is crying what should you do? Should you prescribe an SSRI? Sometimes, but do you know for sure when crying is depression and when it's not? If you prescribe an antidepressant, what else should you do? What if the patient is not depressed, but is struggling wit…
 
Cancer has a major impact on our society with approximately 1 in 3 adults in the U.S. diagnosed during their lifetimes. This programs discusses the benefits of an integrative approach to health where health and quality of life are optimized and individuals are empowered. This includes integrative oncology where cancer care is evidence based and cen…
 
These have been hard times for all of us - patients, physicians, NPs, PAs, office staff - everyone. After more than 2 years of a pandemic everyone is stressed and tired. Physicians may feel stretched to the limit and patients may feel that they have to fight to get the care they deserve. The doctor-patient relationship is struggling. What can you d…
 
This episode features Dr James Downar (University of Ottawa, Canada). Early studies in the COVID-19 pandemic have suggested a high prevalence of severe grief symptoms, although most have used convenience or survey sampling methods which may bias the results, and most have assessed symptoms before pathological grief can be diagnosed (…
 
This episode features Dr Sofia Morberg Jämterud (Linköping University, Linköping, Sweden) and Anna Sandgren (Linnaeus University, Växjö, Sweden). Serious illness conversations promote patients’ possibility of receiving care that is in accordance with their wishes and priorities. Identifying patients for serious illness conversations remains difficu…
 
You must listen to this episode with special guest Dr. Weili Gray. Dr. Gray is a sleep physician and certified life planner who helps physicians create the life of their dreams through her practice daretodreamphysician.com. But for this episode she shared her recent and raw experience supporting her dad at the end of his life. She shares deep insig…
 
This week on The Integrative Palliative Podcast you'll learn 6 wisdoms that came directly from people near the end of their life. They share things that they want us to know so that we can best support them as they face their illness. Some of these came from my own patients, and some came from the loved ones of physicians who received 1:1 mentoring…
 
This week we have a special guest, Dr. Janice Brown. Dr. Brown is an integrative physical medicine and rehabilitation physician and she is also a life coach. She started out as a massage therapist, then went to medical school where she chose PM&R because she loved the whole person approach. She is an acupuncurist, is certified in functional medicin…
 
People with cancer face significant side effects - both from their cancer and their chemotherapy, immunotherapy or radiation treatments. They often seek out complementary or integrative approaches alongside their conventional medical treatments, but they may have to figure out what to use without any medical guidance. The ideal scenario would be fo…
 
"She's a fighter" "We don't want her to give up" "Mr. Amos is comfort care now" Are these helpful words for families facing serious illness? Not so helpful? Should you avoid the words "death" and "dying" when talking to families? Words matter. And when caring for palliative patients with cancer, heart disease and other life-limiting conditions, wor…
 
This episode features George Muishout (Department of History, European Studies and Religious Studies, Amsterdam School for Historical Studies, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands). To Muslims it is important that medical decisions are in accordance with Islamic values. In life-threatening illness, Muslims ask imams for religious adv…
 
This episode features researchers from the the University of Cologne (Germany) from the Faculty of Human Sciences and Faculty of Medicine, Graduate School GROW – Gerontological Research on Well-being, and also the Faculty of Medicine and University Hospital, Department of Palliative Medicine. The researchers are Helena Kukla, Angélique Herrler, Dr …
 
"Can I put coffee in my loved one's feeding tube?" "My dad won't eat and I don't know what to do" "She says food doesn't taste right anymore - what's going on??" We associate food with love so it can be very tough on a family when their seriously ill loved one can't, or doesn't want to, eat. This week I'll answer common questions about food and fee…
 
Patients, families, physicians and other clinicians are afraid of the "H word." Hospice got a bad rap and clinicians seem to get tongue tied when it is time to talk about it. But it doesn't have to be scary or depressing and it definitely shouldn't be seen as shameful or hope-stealing. In today's episode of The Integrative Palliative Podcast you wi…
 
You have got to meet Dr. Francis Yoo! He is a fascinating integrative physician with a huge tool box of skills. In his NYC practice he personally uses osteopathic manipulation, acupuncture, breath work and much more. Through his Whole Presence Laboratory he helps physicians achieve deep self-awareness and growth using diverse approaches such as enn…
 
One of the hardest things about being a physician, or other healthcare provider, is when we try our best to take great care of our patients but an adverse event happens anyway. We may not have a plan for managing the unpleasant feelings that show up and we may just try to power through. This is not the best approach. Listen to "When Bad Outcomes Ha…
 
What is "healing presence?" Do you have it? Do you want it? How do you get it? In this episode of The Integrative Palliative Podcast, Dr. Chiaramonte dispels myths about healing presence and gives practical tips for how to up your healing presence game. Follow Dr. Chiaramonte: @DrChiaramonte https://www.linkedin.com/in/deliachiaramonte/ http://www.…
 
Dr. Saloni Sharma is our special guest this week and you don't want to miss her interview! Dr. Sharma is an integrative pain medicine specialist and she shares practical, evidence-supported lifestyle techniques to help your patients manage their pain. As the opiate crisis rages, all physicians need to learn adjuvant non-pharmacologic techniques to …
 
We are physicians but we're also humans. Because we're humans our "buttons" can get pushed by our encounters with patients and this can impact our clinical care, our rapport and even our mood. We may not even realize that this is happening! We can heal our patients (and ourselves) even when cure is not an option. If you'd like a free guide to help …
 
Everyone has patients or patients' family members that get angry. It doesn't feel good and you may not know exactly how to handle this challenging situation. In this episode you'll learn 5 tips for dealing effectively with angry patients or family members. You still won't like having angry patients, but you'll find them much easier to deal with onc…
 
Positive thinking is good, right? Well... sometimes. A regular gratitude ritual can help improve mood and wellbeing but imposing positivity on another person (or even on ourselves) can make people feel alone in their pain. In this episode we'll discuss the difference between gratitude and toxic positivity and share practical techniques to get the m…
 
Wouldn't it be nice to win a teaching award? Many of us teach medical learners from medical students to residents to fellows to attendings. Teaching effectively makes us look good and it makes us feel good. Come learn 5 common teaching mistakes that you might be making, and how you can avoid them. Join us for a fun, practical, evidence-informed Int…
 
Central sensitization is the brain's way of keeping us safe. The brain's "smoke alarm" becomes overly sensitive and makes us feel pain when there is no actual tissue damage. Basically the brain lies to us and this lie can reduce function and quality of life. Pain education and mind-body techniques can decrease central sensitization, calm the nervou…
 
Special guest Lolly Forsythe-Chisolm, M.S. joins us to talk about her work as a mind-body specialist with an inpatient and outpatient palliative care team. She will share practical, easy to use techniques that we can offer to patients and use to support our own wellbeing. Once you hear from Lolly you will want a mind-body specialist on your patient…
 
This episode features Professor Scott Murray (Primary Palliative Care Research Group, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, UK). People living at home with advanced progressive illness require well-coordinated services at all times of the day and night. Early identification for generalist palliative care support and care planning in the community can …
 
We all have an inner critic who whispers mean and nasty things to us - things that we would never say to a friend. The technique of identifying, naming and even drawing our inner critic is a powerful way to help our patients (and ourselves) to feel better. www.tiipm.org Join us for a fun, practical, evidence-informed Integrative Symptom Management …
 
This episode features Professor Raymond Voltz, Kathleen Boström and Dr Kerstin Kremeike (Department of Palliative Medicine, Faculty of Medicine and University Hospital, University of Cologne, Cologne, Germany. Patients in palliative care frequently express a desire to die that rarely leads to a request for medical aid in dying. Fearing to cause har…
 
This episode features Si Qi Yoong (National University of Singapore, Singapore). Death doula is a relatively new role found in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada and Australia. Death doulas provide support to the dying and their families. There is uncertainty about its roles, scope of practice, regulation and position within the healthcare s…
 
"I tried to meditate and it doesn't work for me" I've heard this from so many patients. But once they learn what meditation actually is they realize that it is an easy and valuable tool for wellbeing. It helps them decrease their stress and feel more relaxed. It will do the same for you. If you like what you hear please leave a review on Apple Podc…
 
Do you ever feel like the medical system is gaslighting you? “Thanks for being a healthcare hero – now go generate more RVUs!” We need to change the martyr physician culture that we all grew up in that taught us that we don’t need to eat or pee or sleep. We need to nurture ourselves out loud! We need to take our vacation proudly and support our pee…
 
How do you know if your patient has the capacity to make complex medical decisions? Sometimes it can be hard to tell. Do you need to consult psych? Can you determine it yourself? Come learn very specific questions to ask so that you can feel confident determining if you should be asking your patient, or their family member, to sign a consent or dec…
 
What is a MOLST? POLST? Advance Directive? Living will? We’ll straighten out the confusion and discuss how you can best help your patients to make complicated medical decisions and communicate them effectively. Come join our community! Sign up at www.tiipm.org Join us for a fun, practical, evidence-informed Integrative Symptom Management Course. Ea…
 
In case no one has told you this lately, you are brave! Being a physician takes bravery and we don’t talk about this enough. We need to recognize and appreciate our bravery and then tell our peers that they are brave too! Come join our community! Sign up at www.tiipm.org Join us for a fun, practical, evidence-informed Integrative Symptom Management…
 
Creative arts are not just for artists! If you don’t think that creative arts are for you, come let me change your mind. Tapping into the non-outcome oriented part of your brain is an underused stress management tool. Try some of these techniques yourself and then recommend them for your patients. Come join our community! Sign up at www.tiipm.org J…
 
No one looks forward to chemotherapy. It can work wonders, but it can also make people feel tired, nauseous and generally lousy. Come learn the integrative palliative approach to helping your patients decrease the side effects of chemotherapy. They will really appreciate you! Come join our community! Sign up at www.tiipm.org Join us for a fun, prac…
 
Anxious patients can be tough. You want to help but you’re not sure how. Is there anything that works other than benzodiazepines? Yes, yes and yes. Come learn the integrative approach to managing anxiety. Your patients will feel better, and you’ll feel better too. Plus here’s a secret: you can also use the techniques for yourself! Come join our com…
 
When your patient is in pain do you feel trapped between wanting to help and not wanting to over-prescribe opiates? There is a better way! Come learn the integrative palliative approach to managing pain so you can grow your skills and your confidence. Both your patients and your stress level will benefit. Come join our community! Sign up at www.tii…
 
You want to treat your patient’s pain and you don’t want to mess it up! Pain management can be complicated but it’s also simple once you understand the integrative palliative approach. Come learn what NOT to do when managing your patients' pain. Come join our community! Sign up at www.tiipm.org Join us for a fun, practical, evidence-informed Integr…
 
The EAPC published recommendations on standards and norms in palliative care for Europe in 2009. The Delphi technique is a well recognised way to elicit the views of stakeholders and obtain consensus. There are a diversity of international and national definitions and concepts in palliative care which makes comparison between countries and delivery…
 
This episode features Dr Diana Ferreira (Research Fellow at University of Wollongong, Australia). Breathlessness is frequently experienced in people with advanced cancer especially in the last days or weeks of life. Although cross-sectional studies have been done, longitudinal data on changes in maximum inspiratory pressure reflecting muscle streng…
 
Welcome to the Integrative Palliative Podcast! We are a community of physicians and other healthcare providers passionate about whole person care for people with serious illness. In this episode we will discuss how to approach a patient using an integrative palliative lens. You will learn the 5 steps to creating an integrative treatment plan for yo…
 
Trained in nursing, palliative care is a second career for palliative care after working in marketing. Dr. Grant trained as an acute care nurse practitioner and moved into palliative care. She completed a policy fellowship and has used her talent to push forward a palliative care agenda and facilitate better language in palliative care.…
 
Trained as a psychiatric nurse, Dr. Hinds has had a significant impact in pediatric oncology and palliative care. She has served on several Institute of Medicine panels which produced reports on pediatric palliative care, the National Institute of Nursing Research for end-of-life and Palliative Care Science, and the National Academies of Sciences, …
 
Trained as a physician, Dr. Teno is a health services researcher. She helped develop the design of the SUPPORT study. She has served on numerus advisory panels.Palliative Care Chat - University of MD Baltimore
 
Trained in business and economics, Mr. Gualtieri-Reed, has more than 25 years of experience in the health care field, working in business operations, strategic development, and analytics, and has done extensive work with both provider and payer organizations. He serves as a consultant to CAPC and as faculty within the Master’s program at University…
 
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