• 2.1.23 Alex Gamble

    Excited to hear Dr. Alex Gamble discuss Suicidality in the Palliative Care patient next Wednesday, February 1st at 12:00 PM EST. Dr. Gamble is board certified in Internal Medicine, Psychiatry, and Hospice & Palliative Medicine, completing residency training at the University of Iowa and fellowship at the University of Kansas before going on to practice in […]

  • 1.19.23 Leah Rosenberg

    Really enjoyed talking to Dr. Leah Rosenberg about caring for the seriously ill Jewish patient. She is a general internist who received her medical degree with Distinction in Research from the Mount Sinai School of Medicine and completed fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute through the Harvard Palliative Medicine Fellowship. She […]

  • 12.15 Joseph McCollom

    Very excited to hear from Dr. Joseph McCollom again! He gave a lecture as part of the first semester of lectures at the inception of the virtual didactics. This time, he’s going to talk about palliative oncology. His passion is integrating compassionate care of supportive oncology to the competent innovation of disease directed oncology. Click on his picture above to […]

  • 12.7 Corrine Layne-Stewart

    Happy December! We have two more lectures scheduled for this year and are working on filling the lecture spots for the first half of 2023! Sign up to give a lecture here if you’re interested. I enjoyed hearing from Dr. Corrine Layne-Stuart on Cancer Rehabilitation! Dr. Layne-Stuart is an Assistant Professor in the department of Anesthesiology at […]

  • 11.17 Jason Webb

    Looking forward to hearing from Dr. Jason Webb on Palliative Care for Hematologic Malignancies today at noon. Dr. Webb is an Associate Professor of Medicine at Oregon Health and Science University and the Section Chief of Palliative Care, Knight Cancer Institute. He directs the clinical, education, and research programs for the Section of Palliative Care […]

  • 11.2 Brook Calton

    Dr. Calton is the Medical Director of Palliative Care for Mass General Brigham Population Health Management and directs the home-based palliative care program for the health system.   From her home-based palliative care experience, she became interested in telemedicine as a mechanism to extend the reach and sustainability of home-based programs.  Dr. Calton conducts research, designs […]

  • 10.20 Dr. Sadie Smith

    Really enjoyed this lecture entitled “Chronic Pelvic Pain: A Perspective from Interventional Pain Management.” Dr. Smith is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Pain medicine within the Department of Anesthesia at Penn State Health. Click on her picture above to watch the recording!

  • 10.5 Complementary Therapies with Dr. Alessandra Colfi

    I enjoyed our lecture by Dr. Alessandra Colfi entitled “Complementary Modalities to Ease Patients’ Experience and Create Meaning in Palliative Care.” Dr. Colfi holds a BA/MA in Linguistics, a Master’s in Fine Art, and a Doctorate degree in Expressive Arts Therapy. She is a Registered Yoga Teacher RYT-200, Certified in Yoga for Cancer Recovery and Advanced […]

  • 9.15 Shirley Codada

    What a fascinating lecture by Dr. Codada about Non-Pain Symptom Management on Thursday, September 15th at 12:00 EST! Click her picture above to watch a recording of the lecture.

  • Disparities in Palliative Medicine

    On Wednesday, September 7th from 12:00-1:00PM we’ll have a lecture on Disparities in Palliative Medicine with the one and only Dr. Sonia Malhotra. Dr. Malhotra is an Adult and Pediatric Palliative Medicine Physician at University Medical Center New Orleans/Tulane School of Medicine in New Orleans, LA.  She is Director of the program and an Associate […]