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ECRF Palliative Care Podcast

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ECRF Palliative Care Podcast

All Ireland Institute of Hospice and Palliative Care / Early Career Researcher Forum

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This podcast is designed to support our Early Career Researcher Forum members in their work as palliative care researchers. The Early Career Researcher Forum (ECRF) is part of the All Ireland Institute of Hospice and Palliative Care (AIIHPC.org). The Forum, which is multidisciplinary in nature, has over 160 members and works to provide those members with opportunities to access peer and mentor support, develop links with senior researchers, participate in capacity building workshops and shar ...
 
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AmiPal: Palliative Care

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AmiPal: Palliative Care

AmiPal: Palliative Care

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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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In this episode of the AIIHPC podcast, Rachel McCauley interviews Dr Stacey Power Walsh about writing up her PhD thesis ‘Experiences of pregnancy with major fetal anomalies’, and shares her experiences and advice on preparing for a PhD viva. Stacey is an Assistant Professor in the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Health Systems, UCD. She is a regis…
 
Trained as a nurse in cancer care and pain management, Mr. Coyne has been in palliative care in its evolution. He was one of the few PDIA nurse scholars and has been at the forefront of policy and has served as core faculty for ELNEC – National and International. He has edited several books related to palliative care.…
 
Trained as a chaplain as part of her second career after she has been involved with film making, Chaplain Scott helped evolve a chaplaincy role within cancer care and palliative care. She was one of the first certified chaplains. She served on the NASEM Planning Committee for Improving Access to and Equity of Care for People with Serious Illness in…
 
Trained as a nurse, Dr. Paice is an expert in pain management and oncology care. She has served on national and international pain associations. She has also been an educator and mentor for palliative nurses as an international and national ELNEC faculty. She is a palliative and pain clinician at Northwestern.…
 
Trained as physician, Dr. Puchalski worked with Dr. Lynn and Dr. Teno on the SUPPORT Study. She then focused on spirituality to develop a working definiton for the field. She has worked with Dr. Ferrell to educate providers on the importance of spirituality in health care and individuals with serious illness.…
 
Trained as a nurse and focused on research, Dr. Ferrell has led cancer nursing, pain management, and nursing education in end of life care. She helped create the nursing agenda for ensuring nursing has the skills to care for individuals with serious illness in the creation of the ELNEC project. She has mentored and educated nurses internationally a…
 
Trained as physician, Dr. Meier was geriatrician at Mt. Sinai who has been a thought leader in palliative care. She has been involved in many aspects of palliative care. She created CAPC and won a MacArthur Award for her work.Palliative Care Chat - University of MD Baltimore
 
This episode features Dr Diah Martina (Department of Medical Oncology, Erasmus MC Cancer Institute, University Medical Center Rotterdam, Rotterdam, The Netherlands). Asian healthcare professionals hold that patients’ family play a central role in advance care planning and rarely engage patients in it. Despite the wide range of studies on advance ca…
 
This episode features Dr Ben Bowers (Primary Care Unit, Department of Public Health and Primary Care, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK). The prescribing of injectable anticipatory medications to provide symptom relief in the last days of life is recommended and widespread practice in a number of counties. There is limited research concerning …
 
Trained as a social worker, Ms. Atilio has been a leader in social work. She was PDIA scholar and a MayDay Fellow and led the development of the role of social work in pain management. She co-edited the Textbook of Palliative Social Work.Palliative Care Chat - University of MD Baltimore
 
Trained in nursing Dr. Coyle began her palliative care career in pain control at MSKCC. She has mentored and educated nurses internationally as well as written books, and numerous, chapters, and articles. She was co-editor of the early editions of the Oxford Textbook of Palliative Nursing. She has lectured extensively on pain and palliative care as…
 
Trained as a primary care physician who care for older adults. He was medical director of the first hospice residence in Massachusetts, and then became a teacher to medical students about palliative care. He is now retired.Palliative Care Chat - University of MD Baltimore
 
Trained as an emergency physician, Dr. Byock has been involved with hospice and palliative care since the 1970s. He is a past president of the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine He led the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Promoting Excellence in End of Life Care program and the Missoula Demonstration Project. He directs the Center fo…
 
Trained as a nurse, Dr. Corless has focused her care on hospice and care of patients with HIV/AIDS. She is part of the International Workgroup on Death and Dying and emeritus at the MGH Institute of Health Professions. She serves on the National Academy of Practice’s Policy Committee and on the Finance & Operating Committee of the Council for the A…
 
Educated as a sociologist, Dr. Clark has been in the center of hospice and palliative care throughout his career. He is a social scientist and historian. He wrote a definitive biography on Dame Cecily Saunders. He is now emeritus as University of Glasgow.Palliative Care Chat - University of MD Baltimore
 
Trained as a physician, Dr. Von Gunten let one of the first palliative care programs at Northwestern Hospital. He then led the San Diego Hospice and started and international program. He is editor of the Journal of Palliative Medicine. Dr. Ferris trained in Canada and developed home-based palliative care and then worked on the EPEC- O curriculum. H…
 
Trained in economics, Ms. Gibson is the is a senior advisor at The Hastings Center. She led national health care quality and safety initiatives at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. She was chief architect of the foundation’s decade-long strategy that successfully established palliative care in more than 1,600 hospitals in the United States.…
 
#028 - Join host Dr. Red Hoffman as she interviews Andy Baxter, the founder of the Cunniff-Dixon Foundation. The Foundation is named in honor of Andy's wife, Carley, who died of breast cancer in 2005, as well as in honor of her physician, Dr. Peter S. Dixon. The mission of the Cunniff-Dixon Foundation is to enrich the Doctor-Patient relationship ne…
 
Trained as a physician, Dr. Foley focused on pain management within neurology and started palliative care. She originated the Project on Death in America and developed an international plan for palliative care worldwide. Dr Foley is emeritus at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.Palliative Care Chat - University of MD Baltimore
 
Trained as physician, Dr. Lynn was an early hospice physician geriatrician and long term care physician. She developed the and ran the SUPPORT study. She has served at CMS, IHI, and the Washington Department of Health to improve the quality of health care and care to elders.Palliative Care Chat - University of MD Baltimore
 
Trained in public administration, Ms. Twohig has a long history of involvement with community based programs. She served as deputy director of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s national program Promoting Excellence in End-of-Life Care and then was deputy director of the Duke Institute on Care at the End of Life at Duke University. She is current…
 
Trained as a urologic oncology surgeon, Dr. Mount is the father of palliative care in North America. He coined the term palliative care, while he developed a robust palliative care program at McGill University in Montreal Canada. He also began the McGill Biennial International Congress. He also helped develop a manual for other programs across the …
 
Trained as a psychologist, Dr. Connor has been involved in hospice care since the 1970s. He worked in the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization around the Hospice Benefit. For the last 15 years, he has focused on international palliative care. He is Executive Director of the Worldwide Hospice and Palliative Care Alliance.…
 
Trained as a physician, He developed the first palliative care program in the United States at Cleveland Clinic. In he is editor-in-chief for the BMJ Supportive and Palliative Care journal.Palliative Care Chat - University of MD Baltimore
 
Trained in public health, Ms. Lund Person was involved in the development of hospice in its early years and worked on the passage of the Medicare Hospice Benefit. She is the Vice President of Regulator and Compliance for NHPCO.Palliative Care Chat - University of MD Baltimore
 
Trained as a physician, he was a pioneer in hospice care and pain management. Dr Twycross served as the Director of the World Health Organization's Collaborating Centre for Palliative Care from 1988–2005,Palliative Care Chat - University of MD Baltimore
 
This episode features Dr Markus Krause (Institute of General Practice and Family Medicine, Jena University Hospital, Jena, Germany) and Dr Antje Freytag (Institute of General Practice and Family Medicine, Jena University Hospital, Jena, Germany). Palliative homecare is an important component of palliative care, and it has a positive impact on the q…
 
This episode features Jamilla Akhter Hussain (Wolfson Palliative Care Research Centre, Hull York Medical School, Hull, UK), Jonathan Koffman (Cicely Saunders Institute of Palliative Care and Rehabilitation, King’s College London, London, UK) and Sabrina Bajwah (Cicely Saunders Institute of Palliative Care and Rehabilitation, King’s College London, …
 
This episode features Dr Eleanor Wilson (Nottingham Centre for the Advancement of Research in End of Life Care, School of Health Sciences, University of Nottingham Medical School, Queen’s Medical Centre, Nottingham, UK) Managing medications at home can be a complex task involving ordering, collecting, organising, storing and taking medications corr…
 
This episode features Florence Reedy (Wolfson Palliative Care Research Centre, Hull York Medical School, University of Hull, Hull, UK). Chronic breathlessness is a prevalent symptom amongst patients with advanced medical conditions. In combination with disease-modifying therapies and non-pharmacological interventions, regular low dose opioids may s…
 
#027 - Join host Dr. Red Hoffman as she interviews neurosurgeon and writer Dr. Jody Stern. Jody discusses his recently released book, Grief Connects Us, which was inspired by his sister Victoria's illness and death from leukemia as well as his brother in law Pat's death from a ruptured aneurysm. Jody speaks candidly about how these experiences chan…
 
The goal of this podcast is to review the etiology, pathophysiology, and management of nausea and constipation, two common symptoms in advanced illness.MJHS Institute
 
#026 - Join host Dr. Red Hoffman as she once again has the privilege of interviewing Dr. Balfour Mount, the founder of Palliative Medicine. Bal recently released his 500-page memoir entitled Ten Thousand Crossroads: The Path as I Remember It and he generously returns to the show to talk about his book. He discusses his friendships with both Dame Ci…
 
#025 - Join host Dr. Red Hoffman as she interviews Drs. Buddy Marterre and Pringl Miller, whom - along with Red - founded the recently launched Surgical Palliative Care Society (SPCS), the first inter-disciplinary society dedicated to the integration of high quality palliative medicine into the care of surgical patients. They discuss the origins of…
 
This episode features Baby Foo (School of Psychology, The University of Sydney, Sydney, NSW, Australia) and Dr Michele Wiese (School of Psychology, Western Sydney University, Penrith, NSW, Australia). With advancing age and the experience of life-limiting illness, people with intellectual disability need equitable access to effective palliative car…
 
This episode features Daisy McInnerney (Marie Curie Palliative Care Research Department, Division of Psychiatry, UCL, London, UK). Emotional disclosure -based interventions can improve psychological and physical wellbeing in general populations. A range of emotional disclosure-based interventions exist, but evidence of their efficacy in palliative …
 
This episode features Dr Liz Jamieson (Research Department of Practice and Policy, University College London School of Pharmacy, London, UK). Oral morphine is the recommended first line treatment for breakthrough pain. Intranasal diamorphine is an effective, rapid onset, well tolerated treatment for use in Accident and Emergency (ED) for trauma pat…
 
This episode features Laura Health (Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK). COVID-19 has a mortality of between 1% and 2% and is the deadliest pandemic in living memory. The elderly, and those with pre-existing conditions tend to be most vulnerable to severe disease and death. Common symptoms experien…
 
This episode features Benjamin Thomas (Palliative Care Service, Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District, Warrawong, NSW, Australia). Terminal delirium is a common symptom at the end of life, causing distress to patients and families. Traditional management for terminal delirium requires sedation, which limits interaction and rousability. This st…
 
This episode features Dr Lucy Selman (Palliative and End of Life Care Research Group, Population Health Sciences, Bristol Medical School, University of Bristol, Bristol, UK). Twitter is a rich repository of data reflecting contemporaneous public opinion. The idea of dying alone is contrary to the concept of a ‘good death’ in many cultures, and not …
 
This episode features Dr Lucy Selman (Palliative and End of Life Care Research Group, Population Health Sciences, Bristol Medical School, University of Bristol, Bristol, UK). During COVID-19, infection control measures have prevented many family members from being with seriously ill or dying loved ones, and impacted on after-death mourning practice…
 
Nancy Eddy is a social worker with the palliative telehealth program at MedStar in Baltimore and Washington. Join us as she discusses the LGBT community, and implications for palliative care.Palliative Care Chat - University of MD Baltimore
 
This episode of the ECRF Palliative Care Podcast features Dr Stacey Power Walsh chatting with Dr Karie Dennehy, Specialist Registrar in Palliative Medicine, Our Lady’s Hospice & Care Services, and Palliative Care Consultant in St James's Hospital. Karie speaks about her research into attitudes of clinical nurse specialists who provide children’s pa…
 
Episode 03 - Dr Deirdre Kelleher Dr Stacey Power Walsh talks to Dr Deirdre Kelleher about her experience of living with palliative care needs and the challenges of COVID-19. Sadly, Deirdre died shortly after making this podcast. We would really encourage you to listen to her words of wisdom on research and palliative care and we thank her for her g…
 
02 - Dr Mary Nevin Dr Mary Nevin is an Assistant Professor in the School of Nursing, Psychotherapy and Community Health, Dublin City University. During this episode, Mary reflects on her experiences of providing end of life care to patients in their homes during Covid-19. We hear of the challenges she faced during this time and how she overcame som…
 
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