Do we ever move on from grief, or do we just learn to live with it?
Hosted by Anderson Cooper
In Season 2 of All There Is, Anderson Cooper continues his deeply personal journey to understand his own feelings of grief in all its complexities, and in moving and honest discussions, learn from others who’ve experienced life-altering losses. All There Is with Anderson Cooper is about the people we lose, the people left behind, and how we can live on – with loss and with love.
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Most of us hope to live well through to the end of our lives but how do we do that?
Hosted by Dr. Shoshana Ungerleider and Tracy Wheeler
Each week, you’ll hear thought-provoking talks from relationship experts, death doulas, nurses, comedians, and more who give us permission to break free from old thinking that says you’re either sick or well, loving or leaving, strong or vulnerable. Learn why having a healthy relationship with dying is the first step towards having a more joyous relationship with living.
Dr. Karen Wyatt
End-of-Life University began in 2013 as a 5-day interview series on topics related to death and dying. It was a phenomenal event that attracted a much larger audience than expected and so EOLU became an ongoing series, with interviews posted online twice each month. With the success of the interview series and the increasing interest in topics related to death and dying, this podcast was started in 2015 in hopes of reaching a broader audience and as a platform for spreading important information about how we look at all aspects of the end of life. Over 400 episodes.
The Doxit Podcasts
By Philip Nitschke & Fiona Stewart
Regular discussion of current end of life issues from the authors of the Peaceful Pill Handbook, Drs Fiona Stewart and Philip Nitschke. The Podcasts examine all issues concerned with voluntary euthanasia around the world, as it is known by its various names of voluntary assisted dying, medical aid in dying (MAID), physicial assisted suicide (PAS), final exit, deliverance and so on. The Podcasts discuss the human rights issues, legislative models, news stories, interviews with activists, various DIY self-help approaches, services in Switzerland such as Dignitas and Pegasos and much more.
The Death With Dignity Podcast is the story of a 33-year-old man with terminal cancer exploring the physical, social-emotional, and spiritual elements correlated to the Death With Dignity process.
Join us as we navigate and explore the End of Life Option Act, with guests of various backgrounds from the medical, theological, and political realms. To learn more about Andrew’s prognosis with cancer and his other endeavors, check out his personal blog.
Medical Assistance in Dying
Dr Sonu Gaind & Dr. Harvey Schipper
The global coronavirus pandemic has changed our world in profound ways. Join internationally recognized mental health advocate and top TEDx speaker Mark Henick as he explores the many ways in which our mental health and wellness has been impacted by this new normal. Each week, Mark is joined by a range of experts, notable personalities, and fascinating figures. Together, they have authentic conversations about the physical, mental, and social aspects of living well. This podcast is sponsored by LifeWorks, formerly known as Morneau Shepell.
Not Born Yesterday
Dr Sonu Gaind & Dr. Harvey Schipper
Not Born Yesterday is dedicated to the issues of ageism and aging. We examine the problems and solutions of growing older today. We also challenge the institutions and policies that perpetuate ageism while providing information and suggestions on how to enhance the coming years, available on most podcast platforms.