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NHPCO MLC 2017 Advocacy Information

NHPCO | April 29, 2017 With Donald Trump assuming the Presidency and 60+ new members of Congress taking office, hospice leaders must renew their focus on Capitol Hill and educate new and returning policymakers about end-of-life issues. On Wednesday, May…


NHPCO MLC 2017 Concurrent Session Information

NHPCO | April 29, 2017 NHPCO’s Management and Leadership Conference offers a wealth of concurrent sessions on timely topics taught by expert faculty from throughout the hospice and palliative care professional community and related fields. Attendees are welcomed to choose…




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My Mother’s Decline and Death

By Lisette Stacey My parents grew up during the Great Depression. They were both university- educated accountants at a time when that was rare. My father was a first generation American, born of parents who emigrated to America from Czechoslovakia….

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September 29: World Heart Day

The Hospice Insider | September 29, 2016 Every September 29 is a chance for people from everywhere to take part in the world’s biggest intervention against cardiovascular disease (CVD). Cardiovascular diseases are diseases of the heart or blood vessels, commonly…

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Providing the Soundtrack for Life’s Last Moments

link to sourceAugust 2, 2015 | New York Times Health. To save articles or get newsletters, alerts or recommendations – all free. Don’t have an account yet?Create an account » Subscribed through iTunes and need an NYTimes.com account?Learn more »…



Mark Lukach Talks About Writing as a Support System

link to sourceOctober 20, 2015 | Huffington Post Books. Mark Lukach is a writer and teacher who lives in Martinez, CA with his wife, son, and bulldog. He has been published in The New York Times, Pacific Standard, and The…