Tag Archive: end-of-life care


We Must Do Better

Dear Colleagues, I have a request. And it isn’t a small one. But it’s a crucial one. You see, I work in an inpatient hospice unit. Inpatient hospice signifies that patients require a level of care that cannot be managed in the home setting. They must have active symptoms to qualify for inpatient care. It’s …

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Who’s In The House With pH?

Week 1 of Semester 2 is officially under our belts. It was very public health-heavy, thanks to a 3-day workshop to introduce us to the basic concepts of public health. And I loved every second of it! With my degree in anthropology and 4+ years of working in social services-type jobs, this is right up …

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