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From his knees to issuing wings Jay Westbrook tells his life story on the edge

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Compassionate Journey: An End-of-Life Clinical & Education Service 


Jay Westbrook a multiple award-winning clinician, a former Faculty Scholar at Harvard Medical School’s Palliative Care Department, and a specialist in End-of-Life care & Palliative education.He created and was Clinical Director of the first Palliative Care & Bereavement Service in a California community hospital, and created American Society on Aging’s End-of-Life Issues Committee, a certified Grief Recovery Specialist, a Registered Nurse, and a Certified Hospice and Palliative Nurse.  He is nationally recognized as an expert on issues surrounding End-of-Life,  skilled in working with the spiritual, emotional, physical, and intellectual suffering of people approaching the end of their lives, and their families and caregivers. He is a former felony and sexual assult victum. He lectures on Pain Management, Emotional and Spiritual Suffering,  Compassion Fatigue and Burnout,  Quality-of-Life at the End-of-Life,  Nutrition and Hydration at the End-of-Life,  Working With Dying Patients & Grieving Families, and the powerful Grief Recovery technique and now author.