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  • AMWA – MediCaring.org
    in 2011 by Oxford University Press you can order it at amazon com MediCaring is a service of the Center for Elder Care and Advanced Illness at Altarum Institute Follow Us To receive our email newsletter send a request to email protected Tweets by medicaring Care Transitions News Ringling Bros circus elephants set for final act Sunday USA TODAY April 29 2016 PMH announces Annette Schnabel as president CEO Bureau County Republican April 29 2016 College baseball Weekend Preview April 29 May 1 NCAA com April 29 2016 AbbVie Doubles Down on M A Bloomberg April 29 2016 Aspen Valley Hospital reaps awards for patient experience Aspen Times April 29 2016 Optimizing care transitions the role of the community pharmacist Dove Medical Press April 26 2016 3 lessons to improve patient care transitions FierceHealthcare April 21 2016 Dave Alfano Launches Caring Transitions of Central Connecticut PR Web press release April 19 2016 Older adults with dementia face increased mortality risk due to care transitions Bel Marra Health April 14 2016 Central Wyoming Caring Transitions Owners Recognized for Pioneer Spirit PR Web press release April 4 2016 Tags advance care planning Affordable Care Act aging Altarum Institute best practices caregivers caregiving

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  • Speak Up! Detroit Roundtable To Focus on Aging, Caregiving, and End of Life – MediCaring.org
    for a full day with the roundtable discussion in the morning and breakout discussion groups in the afternoon Those not able to journey to Michigan for the event are invited to join the streaming webcast For details on how to sign up watch the following video and follow the links at the end This video includes outtakes from an April 13 Roundtable held in Washington DC and features several of the authors slated for the June program http www youtube com watch v nBaYNFHT07A Key words Altarum Institute policy roundtable Eleanor Clift Muriel Gillick Lynn Alexander Joanne Lynn end of life caregiving aging writing Tweet Pin It Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your Comment You may use these HTML tags and attributes a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote cite cite code del datetime em i q cite s strike strong Name required E mail required URI Joanne Lynn Addresses Advance Care Planning Baby Boomers and the Demographic Cannonball MediCaring is a service of the Center for Elder Care and Advanced Illness at Altarum Institute Follow Us To receive our email newsletter send a request to email protected Tweets by medicaring Care Transitions News Ringling Bros circus elephants set for final act Sunday USA TODAY April 29 2016 PMH announces Annette Schnabel as president CEO Bureau County Republican April 29 2016 College baseball Weekend Preview April 29 May 1 NCAA com April 29 2016 AbbVie Doubles Down on M A Bloomberg April 29 2016 Aspen Valley Hospital reaps awards for patient experience Aspen Times April 29 2016 Optimizing care transitions the role of the community pharmacist Dove Medical Press April 26 2016 3 lessons to improve patient care transitions FierceHealthcare April 21 2016 Dave Alfano Launches Caring Transitions of Central Connecticut PR Web press release April 19 2016

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  • New Survey about End-of-Life Medical Treatment: Think You’ll Live Forever? – MediCaring.org
    to 32 Meanwhile public opinion on the morality of physician assisted suicide or physician aid in dying remains evenly split The Pew results also point to the ongoing need to promote opportunities for people to acknowledge and talk about end of life issues especially in terms of treatment preferences Even people over the age of 74 seem reluctant to consider mortality fully 25 had given not much or no thought to these issues and 22 had neither discussed or written down their preferences Dr Joanne Lynn Director of Altarum Institute s Center for Elder Care and Advanced Illness discussed the survey results with Lois M Collins of Deseret News The responses reflect widespread misconceptions about just how most of us will die and the range of services and supports we will need along the way as we age into frailty The full survey report along with other relevant documents is online Pew Research also released To End Our Days The Social Legal and Political Dimensions of the End of Life Debate which presents an overview of the public debate on these issues in the last half century in the U S An interactive timeline highlights key events and developments on the issue Religious Groups Views on End of Life Issues describes what 16 major American religious traditions teach about one controversial aspect of the debate physician assisted suicide and euthanasia key words Pew Research physician assisted suicide physician aid in dying end of life Tweet Pin It Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your Comment You may use these HTML tags and attributes a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote cite cite code del datetime em i q cite s strike strong Name required E mail required URI Aging Matters Nashville Public Television Features Dr Joanne Lynn Beyond Hospice

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  • physician aid in dying – MediCaring.org
    circumstance have a moral right to suicide If the issue is simply one of being a burden to family however that percentage falls to 32 Meanwhile public opinion on the morality of physician assisted suicide or physician aid in dying remains evenly split The Pew results also point to the ongoing need to promote opportunities for people to acknowledge and talk about end of life issues especially in terms of treatment preferences Even people over the age of 74 seem reluctant to consider mortality fully 25 had given not much or no thought to these issues and 22 had neither discussed or written down their preferences Dr Joanne Lynn Director of Altarum Institute s Center for Elder Care and Advanced Illness discussed the survey results with Lois M Collins of Deseret News The responses reflect widespread misconceptions about just how most of us will die and the range of services and supports we will need along the way as we age into frailty The full survey report along with other relevant documents is online Pew Research also released To End Our Days The Social Legal and Political Dimensions of the End of Life Debate which presents an overview of the public debate on these issues in the last half century in the U S An interactive timeline highlights key events and developments on the issue Religious Groups Views on End of Life Issues describes what 16 major American religious traditions teach about one controversial aspect of the debate physician assisted suicide and euthanasia key words Pew Research physician assisted suicide physician aid in dying end of life MediCaring is a service of the Center for Elder Care and Advanced Illness at Altarum Institute Follow Us To receive our email newsletter send a request to email protected Tweets by medicaring Care

    Original URL path: http://medicaring.org/tag/physician-aid-in-dying/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Aging Matters: Nashville Public Television Features Dr. Joanne Lynn – MediCaring.org
    by medical science how the medical system reinforces our culture wide unwillingness to face death as well as efforts to change how Americans understand and talk about dying The screening is based on a new public media platform OVEE which enables people anywhere to watch together and chat both during and after the screening Producer Mary Makley will be on the chat To join the screening at that time simply visit the linke to OVEE and use your Facebook to login You can also login anonymously or arrive earlier and create an account OVEE works on most devices both desktop and portable but works best with the latest versions of Firefox Safari or Internet Explorer key words Joanne Lynn end of life care death dying ethics Altarum Institute Tweet Pin It Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your Comment You may use these HTML tags and attributes a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote cite cite code del datetime em i q cite s strike strong Name required E mail required URI New Survey about End of Life Medical Treatment Think You ll Live Forever MediCaring is a service of the Center for Elder Care and Advanced Illness at Altarum Institute Follow Us To receive our email newsletter send a request to email protected Tweets by medicaring Care Transitions News Ringling Bros circus elephants set for final act Sunday USA TODAY April 29 2016 PMH announces Annette Schnabel as president CEO Bureau County Republican April 29 2016 College baseball Weekend Preview April 29 May 1 NCAA com April 29 2016 AbbVie Doubles Down on M A Bloomberg April 29 2016 Aspen Valley Hospital reaps awards for patient experience Aspen Times April 29 2016 Optimizing care transitions the role of the community pharmacist Dove Medical Press April 26 2016 3

    Original URL path: http://medicaring.org/2013/11/18/aging-matters-nashville-public-television-features-dr-joanne-lynn/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Aging Matters – MediCaring.org
    and presented by Nashville Public Television NPT the program explores how the culture of death and dying in America has been radically transformed by medical science how the medical system reinforces our culture wide unwillingness to face death as well as efforts to change how Americans understand and talk about dying The screening is based on a new public media platform OVEE which enables people anywhere to watch together and chat both during and after the screening Producer Mary Makley will be on the chat To join the screening at that time simply visit the linke to OVEE and use your Facebook to login You can also login anonymously or arrive earlier and create an account OVEE works on most devices both desktop and portable but works best with the latest versions of Firefox Safari or Internet Explorer key words Joanne Lynn end of life care death dying ethics Altarum Institute MediCaring is a service of the Center for Elder Care and Advanced Illness at Altarum Institute Follow Us To receive our email newsletter send a request to email protected Tweets by medicaring Care Transitions News Ringling Bros circus elephants set for final act Sunday USA TODAY April 29 2016 PMH announces Annette Schnabel as president CEO Bureau County Republican April 29 2016 College baseball Weekend Preview April 29 May 1 NCAA com April 29 2016 AbbVie Doubles Down on M A Bloomberg April 29 2016 Aspen Valley Hospital reaps awards for patient experience Aspen Times April 29 2016 Optimizing care transitions the role of the community pharmacist Dove Medical Press April 26 2016 3 lessons to improve patient care transitions FierceHealthcare April 21 2016 Dave Alfano Launches Caring Transitions of Central Connecticut PR Web press release April 19 2016 Older adults with dementia face increased mortality risk due to

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  • Stair Step: Art, Advocacy, Voice and the End of Life – MediCaring.org
    been graceful but she just seemed to be sliding down through weakness now about twice a month When Dad was out one time I came over and found Mom on the floor She was fully conscious and content but unable to get up When I asked how long she d been there she replied about an hour She was just waiting for Dad to help I expressed to Dad my concern about his ability to care for her at home and he basically said he would die before putting her in a nursing home So we went on Interestingly her diabetic control was the best it had ever been so I thought I was doing a good job On New Year s Eve I got a call at 2 a m from Dad asking me to come over and check Mom After watching Guy Lombado reruns they were heading to bed and Mom fell in the kitchen She hit her face on the floor but more importantly couldn t move her right arm She had broken her humerus and was admitted to the hospital On the way home with my dad that morning I noted that her care at home now exceeded his capability and he should consider a nursing home The physician taking care of Mom in the hospital requested a palliative medicine consult Because this is usually reserved for patients at the end of their life I didn t really think this would do much good The next day my dad and I were called in for the results We were strongly encouraged to consider hospice placement Though my mom didn t have cancer or some fatal debilitating disease she had developed failure to thrive over the past 6 months her body just wore out Her falling increased weakness confusion and decreased appetite were all signs of this and I missed it The reason her diabetes was under such good control wasn t that her medication regimen was finally good it was that she had basically quit eating When we discussed this situation with Mom in the hospital and she whole heartedly agreed Mom was admitted to a hospice unit the next day and we had a wonderful two months As her arm healed though her mind got weaker and she became increasingly disoriented She was happy comfortable all of her wishes were met and her all of her children were near Most important she and my Dad had a wonderful period to review their life together and to say good bye So within this image I painted Tom racing up a fire escape as metaphor to once again rescue his mother The windows have become the pills she is supposed to take We live within a world focused on rescue and in the case of fire that can be a great thing But within our lives it leads us believe there is always one more treatment one more path of care when eventually each of us must

    Original URL path: http://medicaring.org/2013/05/15/stair-step-art-advocacy-voice-and-the-end-of-life/ (2016-04-30)
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  • narrative – MediCaring.org
    insulin episode the farm and burning out Mom was occasionally a little confused and had also begun falling While she had never been graceful but she just seemed to be sliding down through weakness now about twice a month When Dad was out one time I came over and found Mom on the floor She was fully conscious and content but unable to get up When I asked how long she d been there she replied about an hour She was just waiting for Dad to help I expressed to Dad my concern about his ability to care for her at home and he basically said he would die before putting her in a nursing home So we went on Interestingly her diabetic control was the best it had ever been so I thought I was doing a good job On New Year s Eve I got a call at 2 a m from Dad asking me to come over and check Mom After watching Guy Lombado reruns they were heading to bed and Mom fell in the kitchen She hit her face on the floor but more importantly couldn t move her right arm She had broken her humerus and was admitted to the hospital On the way home with my dad that morning I noted that her care at home now exceeded his capability and he should consider a nursing home The physician taking care of Mom in the hospital requested a palliative medicine consult Because this is usually reserved for patients at the end of their life I didn t really think this would do much good The next day my dad and I were called in for the results We were strongly encouraged to consider hospice placement Though my mom didn t have cancer or some fatal debilitating disease she had developed failure to thrive over the past 6 months her body just wore out Her falling increased weakness confusion and decreased appetite were all signs of this and I missed it The reason her diabetes was under such good control wasn t that her medication regimen was finally good it was that she had basically quit eating When we discussed this situation with Mom in the hospital and she whole heartedly agreed Mom was admitted to a hospice unit the next day and we had a wonderful two months As her arm healed though her mind got weaker and she became increasingly disoriented She was happy comfortable all of her wishes were met and her all of her children were near Most important she and my Dad had a wonderful period to review their life together and to say good bye So within this image I painted Tom racing up a fire escape as metaphor to once again rescue his mother The windows have become the pills she is supposed to take We live within a world focused on rescue and in the case of fire that can be a great thing But within our

    Original URL path: http://medicaring.org/tag/narrative/ (2016-04-30)
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