Palliative Care Podcast Library
Listen to the podcasts to supplement learning
Boost your students’ learning with these podcasts on the principles and practices of hospice palliative care. Open access to our extensive podcast library means students can listen and learn at school, at home or when they travel – as many times as they want! Podcasts include:
· informal role plays · warm and informative interviews with current leaders in hospice palliative care · teachings from Kath Murray and her collaborative cast of care providers Some of the concepts students learn from the podcasts are:
· how to develop self-awareness and therapeutic boundaries · how personal support workers can use the tools of recording and reporting in hospice palliative care · ways of communicating with the dying and family · strategies for providing comfort for common symptoms of dying · skills for taking care of themselves
How to download podcasts to your computer:
You will see a podcast player that looks just like the one above. In order to download the podcast to your computer click on the download icon/button highlighted in the image above by the rectangle. The podcast will then automatically start to download.
Choose from the following podcast categories:
- Symptoms: Principles for Managing Symptoms in Hospice Palliative Care
- Symptoms: Using Medications to Manage Symptoms
- Symptoms: Basket of Comfort Measures
- Symptoms: Why so many medications?
- Symptoms: Dehydration – A Challenging Symptom
- Symptoms: Dehydration and Decreased Fluids at End of Life
- Symptoms: Anorexia and Cachexia in Hospice Palliative Care
- Symptoms: Why Do We Do Mouthcare?
- Last Days and Hours: Mystery of When Death Occurs
- Last Days and Hours: Confusion and Restlessness
- Last Days and Hours: Skin Colour
- Last Days and Hours: Decreased Intake
- Last Days and Hours: Breathing
- Last Days and Hours: Introduction and Drowsiness
- Last Days and Hours: Care of the Body Following Death
- Pain: Assessing Pain in Hospice Palliative Care
- Pain: Introduction to Understanding Pain
- What is a Good Death? A Bad Death?
- What is an Appropriate Death?
- Predeath 101- Why Prepare for Dying?
- Good Psychosocial Care: The Fix-It Trap
- Good Psychosocial Care: A Wholistic Approach Part 1
- Self-awareness, Baggage and Healthy Boundaries
- The Value of Maintaining a Therapeutic Distance
- Therapeutic Boundaries: Phrases to Use
- Crossing Onto Someone Else’s Dance Floor
- Signs That You Are on Someone Else’s Dance Floor
- Hooked – How Did I Get Here?
- Our Role in Maintaining Therapeutic Boundaries
- Roadblocks to Communication: Giving Advice
- Roadblocks to Communication – Giving Praise
- Roadblocks to Communication: Giving Reassurance
- Roadblocks to Communication: Using Empathic Listening Lead-ins in HPC
- Grief and Loss: Death is a Series of Losses
- Grief and Loss: How is Loss and Grief with Dementia Different?
- Grief and Loss: Common Emotions Associated with Loss
- Disenfranchised Grief, Chronic Illness and Dementia Part 1
- Disenfranchised Grief, Chronic Illness and Dementia Part 2
- Grief and Bereavement: What is Normal Grief
- Kids and Grief: Strategies for Talking with Children About Dying
- Kids and Grief: Common Myths About Talking with Children about Dying
- Kids and Grief: The 3 C’s of Talking with Children about Dying
- Kids and Grief: Supporting Grieving Children in Schools
- Kids and Grief: Supporting Grieving Children – Four Tasks of Grieving