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New Glasses

by Anonymous
Prose about grandparents, elderly husband waking his dying wife to inform her that he has been able to return her new glasses, emotional abuse, thoughts on death and dying
Tags: written - prose - my_family - palliative care -

Dealing with Death - the perspective of both doctor and patient

by Laura Powell
Are doctors prepared and resilient when treatment is no longer relevant, in the case of a dying patient and what is the patient's agenda?
Tags: visual - drawing - does_it_have_to_be_like_this - various - palliative care - medicine and surgery - grief training - cardiology -


by Sara Qandil
Bereavement and resilience: a personal perspective following family loss.
Tags: visual - photography - my_family - terminal illness - palliative care -

Death and Coping Strategies

by Joe Allwood
A student's first experience of loss when a patient passes away - lessons learned from the terminally-ill patient Roy, thoughts around protecting staff time with patients and support for staff to process bereavement in their workplace.
Tags: visual - drawing - does_it_have_to_be_like_this - cancer - palliative care - comp1 -

Every patient has their own story to tell. Expect the unexpected

by Stephen Singh
A home-visit reveals extraordinary bonds of love and support.
Tags: written - prose - under_the_skin - various - palliative care - medicine and surgery -

They Are The Brave

by Xavier Leonard
A deeply reflective analysis of patients' vulnerability and hope within clinical care. Hard-won personal insight has integrated this tension in a simple, poignant and artful poem.
Tags: written prose - poetry - under_the_skin - cancer - palliative care - Effective Consulting - oooh_featured -