December 2019


Cardiac Health: a Cornerstone for HWR’s Daniel Pilarski


Daniel Pilarski has a deep commitment to educating his peers on cardiac health. His family health history influences his present day, and in turn, colors in his future. Heart disease has had a deep impact on his life, and he is dedicated to sharing his journey with his friends and colleagues. 

 
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January 18 2023


Advanced Practice Nurses in Hospice Care


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While on your healthcare journey with Hospice of the Western Reserve, you will undoubtedly meet with several team members from different healthcare disciplines or specialties. One of your team members may be an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN).
 
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January 05 2023


Hospice will meet you where you are: Bill Finn


Though the leaves are falling and we are starting to settle into the holiday season, our community is still adapting to the complex changes we’ve faced over the last two-and-a-half years. Throughout the month of November, Hospice of the Western Reserve is joining other hospice organizations across the nation to recognize National Hospice and Palliative Care Month.
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November 21 2022


Advance Care Planning: A Must in Palliative Care


Hospice of the Western Reserve works with families from all walks of life, including end-of-life care professionals themselves. Ruth Ludwick is a registered nurse and a Ph.D. with a research focus in advance care planning.
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November 14 2022


Book Review: How To Carry What Can’t Be Fixed: A Journal for Grief


“Grief isn’t a problem to be solved; it’s an experience to be carried”, quotes Megan Devine in this 2021 follow up book from It’s OK That You’re Not OK. In the introduction to How to Carry What Can’t Be Fixed, the author guides you through how to navigate this journal and your grief. T
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August 31 2022

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