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The Art of Presence to Ease Grief at End-of-Life: Part 2

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Join Health and Transitions Mentor for Widowed Women, Audrey Pellicano CEO of Wise Widow on Grief Talk with Audrey where we bring experts in the fields of death and dying, grief and loss,hope and healing.

Would you like to be more comfortable talking about end-of-life care? 

Dr. Seno’s work and research are filled with stories of nurses, doctors, scientists and others who have observed a problem with communication at the end of life and in bereavement and have worked to solve it. The results of her accomplishments have been presented at professional meetings, documented in scientific journals and poster presentations and reported by the media.

Dr. Seno, an end-of-life communication coach, will share four questions and techniques on how to use them to create more ease and effectiveness in end-of-life communication by clinicians, lay people and families. Download the tool here:  Download the tool here: http://goo.gl/gi8zN3 

This is the second interview in a three-part series. Tonight for physicians, SW, nurses, therapists, chaplains, aides and volunteers, how can clinicians use these four questions and techniques to better meet patient and family comfort and information needs with Dr. Seno and Dr. Monica Williams-Murphy. 

Dr. Monica Williams-Murphy is a Board Certified Emergency Medicine Physician, practicing in one of the largest emergency departments in the United States at Huntsville Hospital. She is the author, with her husband Kris, of It's OK To Die. You may contact her through her website at http://www.oktodie.com.

 

 

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