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Podcast Episode: Having End-of-Life Care Conversations

January 22, 2019 by Etta Hornsteiner in Care Management, Crisis Intervention, For Individuals, For Professionals

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Having end-of-life care conversations is difficult if you are the patient, family member or professional practitioner. Generally, these type of conversations are never easy for anyone. That’s why a professional care manager can act as a buffer in dealing with this difficult subject and be the bridge in helping a patient to transition from palliative care to end-of-life care.

In this podcast episode on having end-of-life care conversations, find out what you need to know about palliative and hospice care, the team involved in hospice care, and the growing need to know how to die well and define what is a good death.

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