Death By Design
Joesph Stern, MD
Season 3, Ep. 19
Boston Palliative Care Colloquium Keynote Address:
Keynote Speaker, Palliative Care Colloquium. Moral Distress on Both Sides of the Bedrail: the Toll on Professionals and Family Members to “Do the Right Thing", Archdiocese of Boston, April 6, 2019 YouTubeThe Pilot
Frankly Speaking About Cancer:
Frankly Speaking About Cancer with Kim Thiboldeaux, Cancer Support Community, Aired May 21, 2019
Moral Distress in Neurosurgery
Dying in the Neurosurgical I.C.U.
Podcast with Jeffrey Segal, MD
Transcript and access to podcast is https://medicaljustice.com/dr-joseph-stern-and-dr-jeff-segal/
Camp Widow - Michele Neff Hernandez
Season 3, Ep. 18
Michele Neff Hernandezis the founder, and Executive Director of Soaring Spirits International / Camp Widow. Ms. Neff Hernandez has been featured on numerous local, national, and International broadcasts for her work with Soaring Spirits, and the widowed community. Michele also inspires people as a motivational speaker, freelance writer, and is a member of the Bereavement Training Team for the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. Michele has contributed to over 100 different websites, blogs, and publications for single project work.Camp Widow®is a unique and incredible experience. During the course of a weekend this program provides both practical tools and relevant resources for widowed persons rebuilding their lives in the aftermath of the death of a spouse or partner.But the most important thing thatCamp Widow®provides to the widowed people who attend is an in-person community of others who are making their way through widowhood one day at a time. Campers come from all over the country, and around the world, to meet other widowed people face to face, and to experience the camaraderie that this event creates.You might imagine these gatherings are morose, but you will find that the truth is quite the contrary.Among peers, lifted up by understanding, and validated in the uniqueness of every person’s unique grief recovery…the mood atCamp Widow®if hopeful, positive, and uplifting.We hold threeCamp Widow®events each year, two in the United States and one in Canada. Full details, and dates for each event, can be found atwww.campwidow.org.
Maybe You Should Talk to Someone - Lori Gottlieb
Season 3, Ep. 17
Lori Gottlieb is a psychotherapist andNew York Timesbestselling author ofMaybe You Should Talk to Someone, which is being adapted as a television series with Eva Longoria. In addition to her clinical practice, she writesThe Atlantic’sweekly “Dear Therapist”advice column andcontributes regularly toThe New York Timesand many other publications. She is also aTED speaker, amember of the Advisory Council for Bring Change to Mind and advisor to the Aspen Institute. A contributing writer for theAtlantic, she has written hundreds of articles related to psychology and culture, many of which have become viral sensations. She is a sought-after expert in media such as The Today Show, Good Morning America, The CBS Early Show, CNN, and NPR’s “Fresh Air.” Learn more atLoriGottlieb.comor by following her@LoriGottlieb1on Twitter.
Confessions of An Imperfect Life - Katie Devine
Season 3, Ep. 16
Katie Devine is a writer who left the corporate world behind to feed her wanderlust and chronicles her travels on her blog,Confessions of An Imperfect Life. Her writing has appeared on sites including Huffington Post, Role Reboot, XOJane, Thought Catalog, Medium and The Manifest-Station, as well as in Allure Magazine. When she’s not on a plane, you can find Katie taking endless pictures of sunsets at home in Brooklyn, New York. Connect with her onFacebook,InstagramorTwitter.