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This podcast can help anyone dealing with serious illness. Over the years, we have cared for and interviewed thousands of patients and families who tell us they felt overwhelmed and ‘in the dark’ during their illness journey. Yet we sometimes heard stories where individuals felt prepared, in control and ‘in the know.’ What was the difference between these experiences? The answer is the 7 keys. Join your hosts Dr. Samantha Winemaker, palliative care doctor, and Dr. Hsien Seow, health care res ...
 
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Healing Ties

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Healing Ties

Christopher MacLellan "The Bow Tie Guy" on the Whole Care Network

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Beyond Caregiving...How do care; we also have to care for ourselves. How do we treat friends, family, strangers we meet? How do we heal the physical, social, financial, spiritual aspect of life? How do we heal after caregiver ends/ We do this by creating Healing Ties! By sharing their caregiving stories with host Christopher MacLellan, our guests reveal how they are creating Healing Ties in their community by their words, actions, and deeds.
 
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This episode features our interview with family caregiver Rosalie Gaffe. Rosalie, Hsien and Sammy discuss Rosalies experience with serious illness and caregiving, how she and her husband used our seven keys and what they do to to share their styles with each other. For more information visit: waitingroomrevolution.com Our theme song is Maypole by K…
 
A young Australian far-right troll was known to his online fans as 'Catboy Kami'. Thousands followed his 'edgy' videos where he targeted children online with a mix of racial stereotypes and hardcore shock tactics. With that fame and notoriety, he's become a useful recruitment tool in the expansion of one of the globe's most extreme social movements…
 
An awkward Christmas lunch conversation sends reporter Sam Carmody on a search for answers about his family history. The stories he finds out about are so disturbing, they have implications not just for his family but for the entire region, where his ancestors have a statue in their honour, a highway and even a town named after them.This is a repea…
 
This episode features audio from our Adolescent and Young Adult live event featuring a conversation with Max Li, an AYA patient and Dr. Joshua Fronk, a palliative care physician from Stanford University. They discuss Max's journey through serious illness, their best advice for other AYA patients and why the AYA group is so diverse in its needs and …
 
Warren Meyer was a keen bushwalker who always came prepared for a hike. When he vanished in the wild terrain of the Yarra Ranges, police were baffled. Ashlynne McGhee investigates whether his disappearance could be linked to the other unsolved mysteries of Victoria's high country.This is a repeat of a program that aired in March 2021.…
 
38 years ago, Claire Sachs' healthcare journey began with a near-fatal illness that put her in a wheelchair for 18 months. This experience evolved into a life that includes balancing 13 chronic and recurring conditions followed by caregiving for her mom. Angry, combative, and frustrated for a long time, Claire didn't want to talk about her personal…
 
This episode features our interview with Oncologist Dr. Mark Levine! Sammy, Hsien and Mark discuss how patient care has changed in his 40 year career, how communication can be scary for doctors too and his best advice for future physicians. For more information visit: waitingroomrevolution.com Our theme song is Maypole by Ketsa.…
 
This episode features our interview with Meera Agar, palliative care physician, Professor of palliative medicine at the University of Technology, Sydney and Chair of Palliative Care Australia. Sammy, Hsien and Meera discuss the use of the "P-word", Meeras research into cognition and mental awareness and what the Canadian system could learn from Aus…
 
This episode features our interview with Pain and Symptom Management Nurse, Mahoganie Hines aka Nursestaxx! Sammy, Hsien and Mahoganie discuss why Mahoganie chose palliative care right out of the gate, the role of nursing in end of life care and her own personal experience with end of life. For more information visit: waitingroomrevolution.com Our …
 
It's been celebrated as Australia's "millionaires' factory".But Macquarie Bank is now caught up in the mother of all tax investigations.Reporter Mario Christodoulou has seen internal company files that show which executives knew what and when.This is a joint investigation made together with German investigative journalism outlet Correctiv.…
 
Turns out that Brilliant Diamond/Shining Pearl might just be the diamond/pearl in the rough we've been looking for, competitively. Sure, they say they won't have any ranked, but yknow, it still seems like a fun competitive format! Let's see how this goes. Major thanks for sticking around for 100 episodes. You all rock and we love you equally.…
 
This episode features our interview with Dr. Karl Lorenz, general internal medicine and palliative care physician from Stanford University and Section Chief of the VA Palo Alto-Stanford Palliative Care Program. Karl, Hsien and Sammy discuss Karls origin story for his work in palliative care, his work with Veterans and the VA system and advice on wh…
 
2 years, 99 episodes, and 2 very good bois. Mike and Kevin banter pokemonically about the upcoming Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl, while actively not trying to give anything away! One is spoiled rotten, the other has delicate ears. We've come full circle, folks!By Pokésports Podcast
 
Todays episode features our conversation with Child Life Specialist Shaindy Alexander! Sammy, Hsien and Shaindy discuss how Child Life Specialists use play to support kids, Shaindys best tips for supporting kids through serious illness and some helpful tips for parents and families about talking to kids about difficult things. For more information …
 
This episode features our interview with Lisa Gretzky, MPP in the Ontario Legislature for Windsor West. Sammy, Hsien and Lisa discuss the catalyst for her running for provincial politics, her work on the More Than a Visitor Act and how personal experience with caregiving has informed her work. For more information visit: waitingroomrevolution.com O…
 
This episode features our interview with Dr. Liz O'Riordan, Breast surgeon, author, podcaster and speaker. Liz, Hsien and Sammy discuss what it was like for Liz to be on the other side of the exam room, some of the power imbalances in medicine and some of the best places to get information and support. For more information visit: waitingroomrevolut…
 
This episode features audio from our live event with the Myeloma Canada Hamilton Support Group featuring Dr. Hira Mian, a hematology oncologist at McMaster University. Some highlights include: The most important keys for Multiple Myeloma patients, examples of questions to ask at your next appointment and some fantastic audience member questions. Fo…
 
This episode features our interview with Dr. Erin Gallagher, family doctor, palliative care consultant and Assistant Professor at McMaster University. Erin, Hsien and Sammy discuss tips on how to journey with your patients and their families, the chipping away method of difficult conversations and the most rewarding thing about family medicine. For…
 
This episode features our interview with Elizabeth Miller, certified caregiver consultant and host of the Happy Healthy Caregiver Podcast. Elizabeth, Hsien and Sammy discuss the all encompassing impact of caregiving has on someone, how she got started as a caregiver consultant and what changes can be made to make caregiving better for future caregi…
 
As government investigators close in, Asiaciti realises it hasn't been keeping a close watch on some of its risky clients.In this series finale, Mario Christodoulou traverses from Swiss mountaintop chateaux to a Nigerian coup d'etat, to find out exactly what money was secretly flowing through Asiaciti's products.Then, he takes everything he's found…
 
This episode features our interview with Dr. Kathryn Mannix, best selling author and palliative care physician from the UK. In this episode, Kathryn, Hsien and Sammy discuss the importance of language, Kathryn's newest book 'Listen' and similarities and differences between the UK and Canadian healthcare systems. For more information visit: waitingr…
 
A rock concert ticket scalper and a controversial entrepreneur turn to Asiaciti for assistance.Using products from Graeme Briggs' company, they lock away their riches on a small Pacific island nation, out of the reach of authorities.But soon, Asiaciti learns it's got its own crisis to deal with: a global media scandal that threatens the company's v…
 
Graeme Briggs enjoys rugby, collecting Japanese fountain pens, and looking after other people's money. The problem for Graeme and his company Asiaciti is that among the many legitimate clients, some of them turn out to be corrupt politicians, fraudsters, and criminals. If that isn't bad enough, nearly two million files from his company's server hav…
 
There's a landmark project underway in Melbourne to find out whether psilocybin - the hallucinogenic compound in magic mushrooms - can be used to improve end-of-life experiences.But many Australians have already turned to the underground because they're convinced psychedelics improve their mental health.Geoff Thompson investigates whether it's wort…
 
This episode features our interview with Nishi Duporte, caregiver, author and founder of the Cancer Support Net in the UK. In this episode Nishi and Hsien discuss her caregiving journey, how she became an author (under the pen name ND London) and how to invite yourself to the healthcare system. For more information visit: waitingroomrevolution.com …
 
This episode features our interview with Dr. Dan Schep, a newly graduated physician completing his residency. In this episode Dan, Hsien and Sammy discuss residency, what Dan learned while on rotation with Sammy and what advice he has for other new physicians about helping patients with serious illness. For more information visit: waitingroomrevolu…
 
For more than thirty-five years, Author Susan Ryan has been in roles of non-professional (unpaid) caregiving support for family and loved ones. Through her experience as a family caregiver, (currently navigating her husband’s care with his diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease), Susan has moved from feeling frustrated, overwhelmed, and yes - sometimes f…
 
In this special extra episode of Pokésports Podcast, we're joined by GoofGG, who is a member of the #1 team in all of Pokémon Unite. He and his team have achieved top spots in nearly every tournament they have participated in, and are looking to define what it looks like to be a top team in the game. In this episode, we chat about the game, their r…
 
Zander Keig, MS, MSW, LCSW, and Jennifer Henius, LCSW are caregivers and social workers embarking an ambitious and much-needed project to launch the LGBTQ Caregiver Center as a new online resource hub as part of the Caregiver Wellness Collective Inc, a new nonprofit startup based in greater Tampa Bay, Florida. The LGBTQ Caregiver Center aims to rai…
 
This episode features our interview with Nadine Persaud, social worker and Senior Director of Client Services at Kensington Health in Toronto. In this episode Nadine, Hsien and Sammy discuss Long Term Care, Hospice, the COVID-19 pandemic and being yourself right to the end. For more information visit: waitingroomrevolution.com Our theme song is May…
 
Jodi O’Donnell – Ames is a professional speaker, wellness and empowerment coach, author, podcaster, and tireless advocate for Lou Gehrig's disease, or ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis). Jodi is also the founder and current board member of Hope Loves Company, a non-profit organization committed to providing educational and emotional support to chi…
 
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