Monday, June 14, 2021

Two Ways to Share your Palliative Care and Hospice Stories

by Christian Sinclair (@ctsinclair)

This past few days, I came across two great opportunities that I wanted to share with a wider audience of hospice and palliative care clinicians.

First is the podcast and radio show, Radiolab. I've always appreciated the nuance and simplicity the creators can bring to complex issues. They are looking for voice memos from people who work in end-of-life care. They are also looking for patients and families who have been impacted by this work. All you have to do is record a 60-seconds or less voice memo and email it to wnycradiolab@gmail.com. Make sure to include your name, city, and your position or connection to the work. For the official ask see the graphic on this post or this link on Twitter. Share it with your teams!

Second is a project by Dr. Kayla Sheehan, who has written for Pallimed before. She is looking for hospice and palliative care physicians to share their origins stories on how they discovered this work. The answers are intended to be anonymous, so share as much as you feel comfortable. The link is here - https://dk9n3b78ef9.typeform.com/to/yCxDYZzR

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Christian Sinclair, MD, FAAHPM (@ctsinclair) is editor of Pallimed, a former hospice medical director and current outpatient palliative care physician at the University of Kansas Cancer Center. He has a experiential degree in Social Media and Health Care Marketing from the school of life.

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