Writers and Readers: A Good Death with Margaret Rice A lovely group of about 20 tonight (Thursday 17 October 2019), all keen to share ways to improve the way we die. Which led to many questions, among them the following: How do I ensure I get access to the right palliative care? Among my suggestions: […]
A good death: a compassionate and practical guide to prepare for the end of life started with an idea – very much from my own personal experience – that I wanted to share. It was the wonderful people at Murdoch Books, with special championing from Corinne Roberts, who encouraged and supported me as I turned […]
We were a small group on September 18, 2019. It was cosy, just like a book club, with about 11 of us. Anne Lingafelter hosted, raising more than $1000 for cancer research through Can Too which has already raised $22 million. We want to fight cancer deaths, just as much as we want to understand […]
At Secret Book Stuff we had a conversation about the good death, as the sun set spectacularly on Friday the thirteenth.
We challenged – each other and policy makers… …to help improve the way end-of-life services are delivered in this country. But we – both the panel and the audience – shared deeply personal stories, starting with that of our wonderful interviewer Melissa Reader. She interviewed Dr Suharsha Kanathigoda, Director of Palliative Care, ACT, and me. […]