Hospice Chaplain Documentation Webinar

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If you are a hospice chaplain in need of polishing up your visit documentation, this is a webinar for you. Research Dr. Saul Ebema hospice chaplain documentation Hospice chaplaincy Saul Ebema

Palliative and Hospice Care: Interdisciplinary- Holistic Care

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Our guests will describe the difference between Palliative Care and Hospice, what they do to assist people in this process, and the myths and misperceptions that often accompany this work. The post Palliative and Hospice Care: Interdisciplinary- Holistic Care appeared first on UB Social Work.

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A Conversation with Jennifer O’Brien about her book “The Hospice Doctor’s Widow.”

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In today’s episode, Saul talks to Jennifer O’Brien about her book “The Hospice Doctor’s Widow.” Podcast Dr. Saul Ebema Hospice chaplaincy Saul Ebema The Hospice Chaplaincy ShowJennifer helps people talk about Continue Reading.

Personhood in Hospice Care

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Articles personhood and the terminally ill personhood in hospice care Saul EbemaSaul Ebema Personhood is defined as, being a subject with say over one’s body, emotions, decisions, and life goals. Continue Reading.

Third Season Episode 15: Saul and Joe reflect on reaching 100 episodes of The Hospice Chaplaincy Show

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In this episode, Saul and Joe reflect on the 100 published episodes of The Hospice Chaplaincy Show and reaching global listenership in 50 countries. Podcast Dr. Saul Ebema Hospice chaplaincy Saul Ebema

Personhood in Hospice Care

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Articles personhood and the terminally ill personhood in hospice care Saul EbemaSaul Ebema Personhood is defined as, being a subject with say over one’s body, emotions, decisions, and life goals. Continue Reading.

Hospice Billing Compliance: The Latest PEPPER Updates

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The Program for Evaluating Payment Patterns Electronic Report, or PEPPER, contains valuable information to help your hospice organization identify billing issues and prevent improper payment audits. Reviewing your hospice PEPPER is an important part of your hospice compliance program.

Religious chauvinism in hospice

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A member of the hospice you’ve hired gently and reverently enters the room. Welcome to Part 2 of “Good lessons from bad hospice,” in which I transform the horrendous experience my family had with Mortem Hospice into good lessons that remind us what’s important when providing hospice care.

Quiz: hospice philosophy and patient self-determination

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How well do you understand hospice philosophy? Patients have the right to choose whether or not to get a DNR, even if they choose hospice care. Hospice team members are responsible to respect and support their decisions, and not try to change their minds.

Third Season Episode 7: A Conversation with Dr. Shail Maingi On advancing health equity for Sexual and Gender Minorities in Hospice Care

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Podcast Dr. Saul Ebema hospice care hospice chaplain visitation Hospice chaplaincy Saul EbemaIn this week’s episode, Saul talks with Dr. Shail Maingi. Dr. Maingi is an Attending Physician in Hematology, Oncology, and Palliative Medicine at St. Peter’s Health Partners Samaritan Hospital. She is also the Vice President of the Lesbian Health Fund. Founded in 1992, the Lesbian Health Fund has awarded more than $860,000 to fund lesbian […].

Funeral homes: Where hospice workers forget patient self-determination

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I recently surveyed a hospice team about their attitudes and understanding about patient self-determination. The hospice team is responsible to make sure a funeral home is chosen for each patient.” The hospice team is responsible to inquire about end-of-life planning.”

Good learning from bad hospice

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I’m very fortunate to work for a hospice with ethical and supportive leaders who empower us to do good work. Interacting with the hospice that served my grandfather up to his death, unfortunately, reminded me of the importance of helping bring about some change in our field.

Service recovery vs. obfuscation in hospice

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By doing excellent work (which I hope this website helps you to do), and by working for a good hospice (and they do exist!), To illustrate, here’s how NOT to respond, as illustrated by “Mortem Hospice,” the real hospice that served my grandfather (labeled with a generous pseudonym).

Why hospice social workers should attend deaths

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It’s time to suspend hospice social work visits (COVID-19)

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To reduce the risk of spreading the contagion among the elderly, it’s time for hospice social workers to limit our visits to patients. Under normal circumstances, hospice patients benefit from frequent social worker visits even when there isn’t an urgent psychosocial concern.

Four vital Psychosocial aspects in communicating with the terminally ill patient and family

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How to choose a good hospice (whether you’re looking for a job or signing up a relative)

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Now begins a discussion of how to choose a strong hospice. Whether you are looking because you want a hospice job, or because you have a family member who needs service, it’s good to know that hospices are not all equally well run.

Second Season Episode 27: A Conversation with Gabrielle Elise Jimenez- a hospice nurse, blogger & author

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In today’s episode, Saul and Joe talk with Gabrielle Elise Jimenez a hospice nurse, blogger & author. Podcast death and dying Dr. Saul Ebema Hospice chaplaincy Saul EbemaIn her 40’s, Continue Reading.

COMING SOON! Season Three of the Hospice Chaplaincy Show Podcast

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We are currently recording new episodes for Season Three of the Hospice Chaplaincy Show. If you want to share your Continue Reading. Research

Third Season Episode 6: A conversation with Chaplain Kevin Jordan

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In this weeks episode, Saul talks to Chaplain Jordan about his life’s journey and hospice ministry. Podcast Dr. Saul Ebema hospice chaplain visitation Hospice chaplaincy Saul Ebema

Third Season Episode 12: A Conversation with Dr. Sarah H. Cross on issues regarding transition to hospice care

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In Today’s episode, Saul talks to Dr. Sarah Harrington Cross about her published research, “That Little Bit of Time: Transition-to-Hospice Perspectives From Hospice Staff and Bereaved Family.” Dr. Cross is an Instructor in the Division of Palliative Medicine, Division of Family and Preventive Medicine at Emory University’s School of Medicine. She has published more than 20 […]. Articles

Second Season Episode 33: A Conversation with Cathy Siebold on the early years of the Hospice movement

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Podcast death and dying Dr. Saul Ebema Hospice chaplaincy Saul EbemaSaul Ebema talks with Dr. Cathy Siebold- a legendary social worker, psychotherapist and social movement theorist. Cathy Siebold is also Continue Reading.

Third Season Episode 17: A Conversation with Dr. Elizabeth Miles on pain management at the end of life

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In this week’s episode, Saul talks to Dr. Miles who works as a clinical pharmacist for Optum Hospice Pharmacy Services on pain management at the end of life. Pain management is a primary goal of hospice care. But people often have misconceptions about how hospice care deals with pain and other end-of-life symptoms. Dr. Elizabeth Miles Hospice chaplaincy Saul Ebema The Hospice Chaplaincy Show

Part 1: The Hospice Legacy of The Rev. Dr. Edward F. Dobihal, Jr: An Intersection Between Spirituality, Healthcare and Social Justice

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Research Dr. Saul Ebema Edward Dobihal hospice pioneer Saul EbemaSaul Ebema Note: In 1986, Rev. Edward F. Dobihal, Jr. and his wife Shirley Dobihal were recognized by the Continue Reading.

Breaking the silence on Sexuality in Hospice Care

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Anne Katz, RN, PHD Dr. Anne Katz is an award winning author, certified sexuality counselor and clinical nurse specialist in Continue Reading. Research

Third Season Episode 20: A conversation with Joanne Cacciatore on therapeutic approaches to grief counseling

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Articles Dr. Saul Ebema Hospice chaplaincy Saul Ebema The Hospice Chaplaincy ShowIn Today’s episode, Saul talks to Dr. Joanne Cacciatore on therapeutic approaches to grief counseling. Dr. Joanne Cacciatore is the founder of the MISS Foundation and the Selah Carefarm. She is a tenured professor, researcher, and senior Wrigley Institute of Sustainability Scholar at Arizona State University. Her area of expertise is traumatic death, and she […].

Hospices Building Value-Based Avenues to Palliative Care

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Hospices can fill gaps in care and reach a broad based of patients with palliative care. News Bites Payment and Program Financing

Second Season Episode 29: Dr. Lydia S. Dugdale on the Lost Art of Dying

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Podcast death and dying Dr. Saul Ebema Hospice Hospice chaplaincy Saul EbemaIn Today’s episode, Saul and Joe talk with Dr. Lydia.S. Dugdale. Dr. Dugdale is the Director of the Center for Clinical Continue Reading.

Third Season Episode 8: A Conversation with Holly Vossel

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In this week’s episode, Saul talks with Holly Vossel a reporter for Hospice news about improving access and quality of hospice care for LGBTQ+. Podcast Dr. Saul Ebema Hospice chaplaincy Saul Ebema

Voices of six female authors in the field of death, dying and grief

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Articles death and dying Dr. Saul Ebema Hospice chaplaincy Saul EbemaFor the last six weeks we’ve been highlighting the voices of six female authors in the field of death, dying Continue Reading.

Third Season Episode 14: A conversation with Dr. Linita Eapen Mathew on grief

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Articles Dr. Linita Eapen Mathew Dr. Saul Ebema Hospice chaplaincy Linita Mathew Saul Ebema The Hospice Chaplaincy ShowIn Today’s episode, Saul talks to Dr. Linita Eapen Mathew on grief. Dr. Mathew, is a secondary English Language Arts and mental health support teacher from Calgary, Alberta, Canada. She obtained her Doctor of Education from the University of Calgary, writing an autoethnographic dissertation that explored the effect of storytelling on bereavement.

Third Season Episode 5: A Conversation with Jose Hernandez on surviving death

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Podcast Dr. Saul Ebema Saul Ebema The Hospice Chaplaincy ShowIn today’s Saul and Joe speak with Jose Hernandez. Jose is an artist, speaker, member of the Association of Transformational Continue Reading.

Third Season Episode 2: A Conversation with Dr. Gretchen Kubacky on grief

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Podcast Dr. Saul Ebema Hospice chaplaincy Saul Ebema The Hospice Chaplaincy ShowIn Today’s episode, Saul talks with Dr. Gretchen Kubacky on her book “Moving through grief.”With With over a decade of professional Continue Reading.

Third Season Episode 1: Paul Nash on the merits and values of Multifaith Chaplaincy

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Podcast Dr. Saul Ebema Hospice chaplaincy Saul Ebema The Hospice Chaplaincy ShowIn today’s episode, Saul talks to the legendary pediatric chaplain Paul Nash about the merits and values of Multifaith Chaplaincy. Continue Reading.

Third Season Episode 9: Author Marcus Engel on presence as a cornerstone for caregiving

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Articles Podcast Dr. Saul Ebema Hospice chaplaincy Marcus Engel Saul Ebema The Hospice Chaplaincy ShowIn today’s episode, Saul talks with author Marcus Engel on presence as a cornerstone for caregiving. As a college freshman, Marcus Engel was blinded and nearly killed after being struck by a drunk driver. Through two years of rehab, over 350 hours of reconstructive facial surgery and adaptation through a multitude of life changes, Marcus […].

Serious Illness Care Quality, Communications Lacking for Black Hospice Patients

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Article cites CAPC's key findings, revealing disparities in pain and symptom management, and communication, among Black patients with serious illness. News Bites

Palliative Care and Hospice Education and Training Act Reintroduced in the Senate

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PCHETA reintroduced in the 117th Congress, just ahead of the Patient Quality of Life Coalition’s day of action (June 22). News Bites

Second Season Episode 26: Journalist Ann Neumann on Elder Care and the Exploration of Dying in America.

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Podcast Research death and dying Dr. Saul Ebema Hospice chaplaincy Saul EbemaIn this week’s episode, Saul and Joe talk remotely with Ann Neumann about her work and book. Neumann is the Continue Reading.

Why is he withdrawn from us?

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Saul Ebema There was a time when I visited a hospice patient. Research death and dying Saul Ebema social withdrawal in hospiceThe family seemed concerned that he had Continue Reading.

Voices of six female authors in the field of death, dying and grief

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Articles death and dying Dr. Saul Ebema Hospice chaplaincy Saul EbemaFor the last six weeks we’ve been highlighting the voices of six female authors in the field of death, dying Continue Reading.