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Hospice social worker helps patients and families make the most of each day
Hospice social worker Sandi Romano has worked in her field for 47 years. Learn the pearls of wisdom she’s picked up along the way.
All the right moves: how a hospice float nurse supports the care team
Hospice is a calling to bear witness and support families through the experience of losing a loved one. “I don’t think of hospice as a job. I think of it as my life’s work,” says Sheila Driscoll, RN, hospice float nurse. Find out why hospice nursing is so inspiring.
7 reasons to become a home care nurse
Home health care nurses love that they get one-on-one time with their patients. But that’s not all. Find out these seven reasons to become a home care nurse.
Get the facts to dispel 7 myths surrounding COVID-19 vaccine
Inaccurate information shouldn’t be the reason you delay or decide against getting vaccinated. Learn the facts here.
COVID-19 vaccine: “There wasn’t a moment of hesitation from me”
HopeHealth nurse Austyn Joaquin, RN, BSN, didn’t hesitate to receive the COVID-19 vaccine once it became available to HopeHealth employees.
Father’s passing deepens a hospice physician’s duty
Errors on death certificates are a widely recognized problem. HopeHealth Medical Director Dr. Christine Nevins Herbert is committed to improving accuracy when she fills out this legal document. Because it’s personal.
Dedicated hospice volunteer celebrates her bittersweet retirement after 15 years of service
Maddie Stepanian shares what serving as a hospice volunteer taught her about other cultures, walks of life and humanity itself.
What were our top-read stories of the year?
Can’t wait to say goodbye to 2020? Before you do, find out which stories our blog readers clicked the most this year.
The holidays aren’t the same in 2020. Grief-support ideas can help
For people in grief, facing the holiday season with pandemic restrictions can be overwhelming. A mix of traditional and virtual grief support techniques can help.