Category: Spiritual, Religious, and Existential Aspects of Care

  • 4.6.22: Fred Grewe and the Value of Existential Distress

    I really enjoyed Dr. Fred Grewe’s lecture on existential distress. Thought provoking to discuss the value of this type of distress in patients with life limiting conditions. Over the past fifteen years as a hospital / hospice chaplain he has travelled with about 3,000 folks who were dying, and the most significant issue encountered in […]

  • 3.17.22 – Dr. Robin Plumer

    Click the picture above to listen to Dr. Plumer’s lecture on Medical Aid in Dying (MAiD). You’ll learn the complex landscape of this topic, the pitfalls, and the procedures.

  • 1.20.22

    I was overjoyed to talk to Reverend Jerry Fonte, pictured above being awarded our fellowship award for Outstanding and Compassionate Care in Interdisciplinary Medicine. Rev. Fonte is a staff chaplain at Prisma Health and integral member of our interdisciplinary team. Check out his lecture on the Spiritual Assessment!