Best Physician Assisted Dying podcasts we could find (Updated April 2019)
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Dr. Karen Wyatt, hospice physician and author of "What Really Matters," interviews experts on all aspects of the end-of-life, including: caring for the dying, funeral and burial practices, planning for the end-of-life, conscious dying, grief and loss, caregiver support, afterlife, death and the arts, and community initiatives to improve end-of-life care. Access more interviews at www.eoluniversity.com
 
“Welcome! You are now tuned in to the frequency of palliative care and end of life issues. The 'Journey with Deanna' podcast explores the latest in modalities, therapies, thoughts—anything that will help transform the experience we have with death and dying in the modern world. We explore ancient wisdom, spirituality, bereavement, recovery, innovative treatments, illness, healing, after death issues. I am talking to everyone that has something to say that may help us all to bring peace and c ...
 
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Learn about home funerals and green burials and how to plan ahead for a personalized, Earth-friendly end of life. My guest Lucinda Herring has worked at the cutting edge of the green funeral movement for more than twenty years. Today she is one of the leading voices for more healing and ecological ways to care for our dead. She will discuss how ...…
 
Learn the importance of forgiveness for moving forward in society, personal life, and spiritual growth. In Part 5 of the Mortal Wisdom Series I’ll discuss why Forgiveness is an especially important skill to learn in the midst of our culture of constant outrage. We cannot solve today’s problems unless we learn how to lay down the bitterness and ...…
 
Learn how administrators and managers can better support their staff in providing heart-based care to hospice patients. My guest Brenda Clarkson, with over 40 years of nursing experience in hospice, truly understands the mystery that surrounds the dying process and how best to support patients and hospice staff as they journey together through ...…
 
Learn how to make the most of the present moment and give the gift of presence to those you love. In Part 4 of the Mortal Wisdom Series I’ll discuss how to develop the skill of Presence to use in your personal life and work. Presence is the secret of living fully in every moment and you’ll learn how to enhance your ability to stay focused and p ...…
 
Learn how death doulas can benefit both patients and staff when they are added to the hospice interdisciplinary team. Today I’m sharing an interview with Sherry Majewski who is a hospice-certified LPN who went to become a Certified Death Doula and is now helping her employer create a doula program within the hospice. We talk about the benefits ...…
 
Learn how to find more clarity about your life’s purpose and why it’s not just about choosing the right career path. In Part 3 of the Mortal Wisdom Series I’ll discuss the lesson of Purpose and how we can unravel the mystery of why we are here in this sometimes crazy world. These are the lessons we can learn from our mortality and how to thrive ...…
 
Learn some helpful advice for being a caregiver for a patient with dementia. Today I talk with Kathy Flora who has served as her mother’s caregiver as she has journeyed through dementia. Kathy shares her wisdom and advice for those who find themselves in a similar role with a parent or other loved one. She is the author of the book “Walking My ...…
 
Learn how to let go of expectations and your bitterness over life’s disappointments. This is Part 2 of the Mortal Wisdom Series and I’ll discuss the lesson of Surrender and why we need to learn to let go in order to experience joy in life. These are the lessons we can learn from our mortality and how to thrive in life while knowing that death a ...…
 
Learn how art and the written word can be a powerful tool for confronting our mortality. My guest Lindsay Tunkl is a conceptual artist and writer who explores subjects such as death, heartbreak, and the apocalypse. Her work has been shown at galleries in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Germany. Today she will talk about her book “Whe ...…
 
Learn the lesson of impermanence and why it is essential for life. This week begins a series I’ve titled Mortal Wisdom that will explore the lessons we can learn from our mortality and how to thrive in life while knowing that death awaits. Today is the lesson of impermanence … the fact that nothing lasts and everything changes, which is the ult ...…
 
Learn how experiencing a “living funeral” ceremony can help with fears of death and reconnection with what’s important in life. My guest, death doula Emily Cross, has a remarkable level of death awareness for her young age and has been inspired to help others get comfortable with death by leading “living funerals.” She will share where her insp ...…
 
Meet Elizabeth, a massage therapist and end-of-life doula in private practice. She shares her story with us here of how she was a hospice volunteer and naturally came to develop her end of life private practice. She also shares about a new technique she developed for practitioners who serve people at the end of life, "Nurturing Touch for the Dy ...…
 
Learn how to cope with all of the ups and downs and challenges of being a caregiver for a loved one. My guest Tandy Elisala knows all about the stresses of being a family caregiver having cared for both of her parents while raising 3 children as a single mom. She is the host of the Empowered Family Caregiver Podcast, an author, speaker, and coa ...…
 
This special episode is to honor the memories of two very special women who changed the world around them in different ways throughout their lives and died on the same day. On Thursday January 17, 2019 we learned of the deaths of two women who have contributed much to our understanding of the sacred in nature and in death. Mary Oliver is a belo ...…
 
Learn the essential aspects of “soul midwifery” from a true pioneer in the field of end-of-life care. My guest Felicity Warner has been caring for the dying and teaching others to provide care for over 20 years. She shares with us how she found soul midwifery as her calling and the changes she has observed over the past two decades of her work ...…
 
Learn about the unexplainable mysteries that occur at the end of life and how these stories can transform our relationship with death. My guest Barbara Morningstar believes that the end of life is an adventure and each person entering that phase of existence is an explorer who uncovers sacred mysteries during the process. In her book Honoring t ...…
 
Learn about the best of EOLU in 2018 and how to catch up if you missed any of these events! “Death Education for Everyone” was the theme for 2018 and we’ll review all the great educational content that was provided in the past year. It’s not too late to listen in on the best webinars and interviews of the year before we get started on a brand n ...…
 
Learn some ways to navigate the holidays if you find yourself short of joy and overwhelmed with darkness this year. The holidays are not always joyful, particularly when we are dealing with grief or loss. Watching others celebrate can be painful if we are feeling lost and alone in our suffering. Here are some suggestions for coping with dark ti ...…
 
Learn about the “science of generosity” and why a giving spirit helps us through even the most difficult times. I learned to practice generosity from both of my parents at a young age and those experiences have shaped how I’ve lived my life. I’ll share some stories and talk about important research on generosity compiled by the Greater Good Sci ...…
 
Learn how to navigate grief during the dying process and after the death of a beloved animal companion. Wendy Van de Poll has felt a connection with animals since a very young age and then learned about the grief associated with the death of a pet after her own dog Marley died of cancer. She serves as an End-of-Life and Pet Grief Support Coach ...…
 
Learn how planning ahead and being ready for the unexpected can be a special gift for your loved ones this year. During the holidays we all want to find the perfect gift for our family members that will show them our love and bring joy to their lives. But face it … in this age of consumerism most people already have more possessions than they n ...…
 
https://lessonsfromdying.files.wordpress.com/2018/11/podcastbartels.mp3 Jonathan Bartels RN As an RN in the emergency room, Jonathan Bartels had seen his share of trauma and tragedy and he understood the toll it takes when grief and loss are unacknowledged and stifled. But one day, at the moment of a patient’s death following a failed resuscita ...…
 
https://lessonsfromdying.files.wordpress.com/2018/11/podcastgratitude.mp3 Today, as we prepare to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday in the U.S. I share some thoughts about gratitude and how to practice it even when we are suffering. The image of a phoenix rising from the ashes is an especially poignant symbol as thousands of people struggle to ...…
 
https://lessonsfromdying.files.wordpress.com/2018/11/podcastcompassion.mp3 Photo credit: @NBCLA Today I’ll share some thoughts on recent tragedies that have occurred near me this week, the meaning of compassion, and why at times we humans are not able to feel compassion for others when they suffer. Then I’ll share the words that have guided me ...…
 
https://lessonsfromdying.files.wordpress.com/2018/11/podcastdelong.mp3 In this episode I have a conversation with Catharine DeLong about her work as a music thanatologist. We also discuss the Integrative Thanatology Certificate Program being offered by the Art of Dying Institute of the New York Open Center. If you are interested in the training ...…
 
https://lessonsfromdying.files.wordpress.com/2018/10/podcastspain.mp3 In this episode I’m back from my travels in Spain and share some stories from my trip. When I travel I focus on learning how other cultures have experienced loss and grief throughout history in order to form a deeper connection with all people everywhere. Grief is the great c ...…
 
https://lessonsfromdying.files.wordpress.com/2018/09/podcastryu.mp3 In Part 4 of our series on palliative care I share an interview with Stephanie Ryu a palliative care chaplain. She’ll discuss her role providing spiritual support to patients with advanced illness. Learn more about palliative care here. ANNOUNCEMENTS: My awesome Spain trip is a ...…
 
https://lessonsfromdying.files.wordpress.com/2018/09/podcaststrouth.mp3 In Part 3 of our series on palliative care I share an interview with Andrea Strouth MSW a social worker on the palliative care team. She’ll talk about her role on the team to help us understand why social workers play an important part in the care of patients with advanced ...…
 
https://lessonsfromdying.files.wordpress.com/2018/09/podcastreimer.mp3 In Part 2 of our series on palliative care I share an interview with Rebekah Riemer a palliative care nurse. She’ll talk about her role on the team and why she decided to specialize in palliative care nursing. Learn more about palliative care here. ANNOUNCEMENTS: My Spain tr ...…
 
https://lessonsfromdying.files.wordpress.com/2018/09/podcastscibettaed.mp3 This episode is the first of a 4-part series that introduces you to the members of a palliative care team. Today Dr. Colin Scibetta discusses his role as the physician on the team and how palliative care differs from hospice care. In future episodes you’ll hear from the ...…
 
https://lessonsfromdying.files.wordpress.com/2018/09/podcastcjones18.mp3[/audio In this episode I share an interview with Cheryl Jones, host of the Good Grief Radio Show, therapist and author of the newly-released novel An Ocean Between Them. We talk about the important subject of meeting the needs of members of the LGBTQ community at the end o ...…
 
https://lessonsfromdying.files.wordpress.com/2018/09/podcasttcpwyatt.mp3 In this episode I share an interview I did with Joanna Penn on her podcast for authors “The Creative Penn.” We talk about why it’s important for authors to address death and grief in their writing and I’m sharing it with you to illustrate how we can talk about death with o ...…
 
https://lessonsfromdying.files.wordpress.com/2018/09/podcastdecisions.mp3 In this episode I share my thoughts on how to approach the very difficult task of making an end-of-life decision about the treatment a loved one should receive. Many people are called upon to be decision-makers in these challenging situations and this episode serves as a ...…
 
Learn how making a Vision Board that focuses on the end of life can help ease fear and negative thoughts about death and dying. https://lessonsfromdying.files.wordpress.com/2018/09/podcastvisionboard.mp3 In this episode I share a tutorial on how to make a vision board for your own end of life. This is a fun project that can be done in a group. ...…
 
Learn about a helpful book of stories dealing with death, dying and the end of life and how you can contribute your own story to the next book in the series. https://lessonsfromdying.files.wordpress.com/2018/08/podcastjourneysend.mp3 In this episode I present my conversation with the co-editors and co-curators of the book Journey’s End: Death, ...…
 
Learn some tips for starting important conversations about death with people you are meeting for the first time! https://lessonsfromdying.files.wordpress.com/2018/08/podcaststrangers.mp3 In this episode I’ll share with you some stories about my recent yoga retreat and the many amazing conversations I was able to have with strangers about death ...…
 
Learn how to leave a written legacy for your loved ones and enjoy a retreat in Mexico in the process! https://lessonsfromdying.files.wordpress.com/2018/08/podcastlazarpante.mp3 In this episode I share a conversation with Michelle Pante and Reena Lazar of Willow, a company that helps people express their personal and healthcare wishes for the fu ...…
 
https://lessonsfromdying.files.wordpress.com/2018/08/podcastkwuslander.mp3 In this episode I share an interview with me that Dr. Bob Uslander hosted on his show: A Life & Death Conversation. You can learn more about Dr. Uslander’s work at www.drbobuslander.com and his podcast at www.integratedmdcare.com/category/podcast/. ANNOUNCEMENTS: Thank y ...…
 
Learn about the impact of grief on the body and the emotions and steps you can take to heal your grief when you are ready. https://lessonsfromdying.files.wordpress.com/2018/07/podcasteolupeticolased.mp3 In this episode I share an interview with filmmaker and grief counselor Michelle Peticolas who talks about the 3-part film series she created, ...…
 
https://lessonsfromdying.files.wordpress.com/2018/07/podcasteoluserviceed.mp3 In this episode I share some thoughts about how to get involved in the end-of-life movement if you have recently become interested in death and dying. You’ll hear about my best ideas for contributing to change in the way people die and offering your service to others. ...…
 
Learn about some helpful resources for talking to children about death and funerals. https://lessonsfromdying.files.wordpress.com/2018/07/podcasteolufuneralchildren.mp3 In this episode I’ll share some tips from a recent panel discussion I watched about Youth and Funerals. It’s important to teach adults how to talk to children about death and ho ...…
 
Learn about Stephen’s teachings on death phobia in our society and how palliative care and the medical system fail to address this problem. https://lessonsfromdying.files.wordpress.com/2018/07/podcasteolujenkinsoned.mp3 In this episode I share an excerpt from an interview with Stephen Jenkinson, author of the book Die Wise, founder of Orphan Wi ...…
 
Learn about a humorous one-woman play that inspires audiences to discuss their fears about dying and death. https://lessonsfromdying.files.wordpress.com/2018/06/podcasteolugantlyed.mp3 In this episode I share an interview from the archives with actress Judith Gantly who presents a one-woman play titled “Waltzing the Reaper.” We discuss the bene ...…
 
Learn about the life of Cicely Saunders and what we can discover from her quest to change the way that people died. https://lessonsfromdying.files.wordpress.com/2018/06/podcasteolusaundersed.mp3 In this episode, recorded just after the celebration of what would have been Cicely Saunder’s 100th birthday, I talk about how she became interested in ...…
 
Learn about a beautiful documentary film that you can include in a community workshop on home funerals and green burial. https://lessonsfromdying.files.wordpress.com/2018/06/podcasteolubrownewilsoned.mp3 In this episode I share a “legacy interview” with two of the directors of the documentary film “A Will for the Woods” – Amy Browne and Brian W ...…
 
Learn about the obstacles facing the end-of-life movement as we try to improve our approach to death and dying in society. https://lessonsfromdying.files.wordpress.com/2018/06/podcastmidwife2ed.mp3 In Part 2 of this discussion I’ll look at the major “threats” to the advancement of improved care for the dying and dead in our society and how we m ...…
 
Learn what the history of natural childbirth in the U. S. has in common with the changes we are seeking in end-of-life care and how we can benefit from that knowledge as we move forward. https://lessonsfromdying.files.wordpress.com/2018/06/podcastmovemented.mp3 In this episode I share information from an article I researched and wrote about the ...…
 
Learn how to provide appropriate and sensitive care to a veteran who is nearing the end of life. https://lessonsfromdying.files.wordpress.com/2018/05/podcastveterans2ed.mp3 Today’s “mini-episode” airs on Memorial Day in the U.S. – a day when we honor those who have given their lives in military service to our country. I share a few thoughts abo ...…
 
Learn how a skeptical psychologist began receiving messages through channeled writing from his son after his tragic death. https://lessonsfromdying.files.wordpress.com/2018/05/podcasteolumckayed.mp3 In this episode I share an interview with psychologist Matt McKay PhD who tells how he began receiving messages after his son’s death that taught h ...…
 
Learn how mothers and daughters cope with their changing roles as the end of life nears. https://lessonsfromdying.files.wordpress.com/2018/05/podcasteolu18rileyed.mp3 In this episode I share an interview with Kate Riley, author and death midwife, about our own relationships with our mothers and how they changed as we provided care to them at th ...…
 
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