Research on pain and ethnicity in palliative care. An interview with Jonathan Koffman
Gini Lawson explains more about art therapy in palliative care "where science and art meet."
Why do stories matter? Clare Hemmings talks about her book on stories in feminism and draws out some implications for care.
Nigel Clark on hospitality and why continental philosophy has something to contribute to the end of life care of migrants.
Participatory film making in 'Aaj Kaal' and thoughts on diaspora & that 'Scent of Memory' article. Avtar Brah.
David Oliviere on priorities for palliative education and training & what he learned about ethics from a cat called Pickles
What is the difference between an advocate and an interpreter? How can you make the most of an advocate?
Prue Chamberlayne introduced the German Biographical Narrative Interpretive Interview to the UK. She explains the method and its approach to interviews
Palliative Care pioneer Robert Twycross on pain, empathy and why palliative care is 'emergency medicine'
The life of a palliative care doctor and working with pain you cannot relieve
The main findings on systematic reviews of the literature on ethnicity and palliative care and cultural competence
Sheila explains the role of a Clinical Nurse Specialist and the how to go about setting up a widening access initiative
Hiranthi talks about research on migration and health, the 'healthy migrant effect' & research methods
A day in the life of a hospice social worker & examples of the social pain of poverty
Alejandro Olayo Mendez
Care and hospitality for undocumented migrants on the US border
Talk by Prof Allan Kellehear on public health & palliative care
Arthur Frank and Havi Carel in Conversation
Powered by Squarespace