tedmed_wh_rgb How my son's short life made a lasting difference In this passionate TEDMED talk, Sarah Gray shares her personal experience with donating her newborn babies organs to research. Knowing that her baby boy's organs are being used to help future medicine helps her cope with losing him.
Contributor: Araina FordDecember 28, 2016Topics: / / / Keywords: / / / /
TEDx How loss helped one artist find beauty in imperfection In this Ted talk, Painter Alyssa Monks shares her experience as an evolving artist, using the loss of her mother and finding beauty in the unknown as inspiration for her art.
Contributor: Araina FordDecember 27, 2016Topics: / / / / Keywords: / / / / /
NPR Playing God How do you triage...when it really matters
Contributor: chucklesnOctober 2, 2016Topics: / / / / Keywords: /
New York Times How to Tell a Mother Her Child is Dead How do you tell a mother her child is dead? Practice. Use the child's name. Don't make her wait. Sit down with her. Don't lie. Be present.
Contributor: Karlen BaderSeptember 5, 2016Topics: Keywords: / /
wbur-logo My First Son, A Pure Memory The emotional trials of an expecting couple facing difficulties in pregnancy.
Contributor: Karlen BaderAugust 25, 2016Topics: / Keywords: / / / /
Writers Almanac What the Doctor Said Poem describing a patient's experience when being delivered bad news from their doctor.
Contributor: Karlen BaderMay 13, 2016Topics: / Keywords: / / / / / /
logo&seal A Glimmer of my Mother CPT Harris shares his experience with his mother's terminal illness, highlighting the importance of the humanism series he was concurrently taking in medical school.
Contributor: Karlen BaderFebruary 24, 2016Topics: Keywords: / /
NYT At U.S. Hospital, Reflections on 11 Hours and 91 Casualties Dec 21 - a date these soldiers will never forget - where the casualty level greatly surpassed what everyone was prepared for - logistically and emotionally.
Contributor: Karlen BaderFebruary 24, 2016Topics: Keywords: / /
New York Times Patients, and Doctors, Aren't Dying at Home With the majority of Americans dying in hospitals, what do you do when someone asks to die at home? Do you call 911? What are the proceedings? Dr. Danielle Ofri shares her insight.
Contributor: Karlen BaderJanuary 30, 2016Topics: Keywords: / / /