On the May 3 edition of Boomer Generation Radio, the guests are Coleen Kayden R.Ph., a geriatric and palliative care pharmacist to dsicuss the proper understanding of prescription drugs for boomers and elders; and Thomas [Read more…]
The Philadelphia Inquirer had an article on palliative care in its October 25 edition. You can read the article, “Heeding patients’ spiritual needs benefits all,” at this link.
Returning to Boomer Generation Radio on March 24, 2015 is Peter Hecht of Hecht Investment Group, an affiliate of Janney Montgomery Scott. to discuss family financial planning issues for “club sandwich generation” baby boomers. Peter [Read more…]
On the December 2, 2014 Boomer Generation Radio program, Rabbi Address interviews Debra Dunn, a registered nurse who works as a volunteer with Compassion and Choices. Compassion & Choices is a nonprofit organization committed to [Read more…]
This is not a political piece. Not by any stretch. Then again, I guess everything can be considered political in some sense. I recently began a class in my congregation on Responsa; the traditional literary [Read more…]
MJHS Hospice and Palliative Care and UJA-Federation of New York are pleased to announce the launch of the Center for Jewish End of Life Care. The Center, a web-based resource and knowledge center, is dedicated [Read more…]
The public radio program RadioLab, heard locally on WHYY-FM in the Philadelphia market, offers a series of podcast “articles.” One recent article, “The Bitter End,” describes the kinds of end-of-life care people ask from their [Read more…]
Bill Keller, former executive editor of The New York Times, examines a new British approach to end-of-life care, called the “Liverpool Care Pathway for the Dying Patient,” in his October 7 op-ed column, “How to [Read more…]