A Interview On Palliative Care

888 WordsSep 19, 20154 Pages
Palliative Care Video Link: http://www.ted.com/talks/bj_miller_what_really_matters_at_the_end_of_life Article Link: http://annals.org/article.aspx?articleid=738989 In the BJ Miller’s video, he discussed about palliative care and shared a story with general audience about his career as a physician who truly cares for his patients. He opened the talk with his suffering from a near death experience in his sophomore year of college, which happened due to him and his friends’ stupidity. He did not feel any more regret about this fact than regret by himself; instead, he was a very patient person to deal with his suffering with death. To begin the discussion, he talked about a relationship with death, and after a long wait, he chose health care system because he cared about his health and patients throughout the past decades in the hospital. Next, he talked about how healthcare was focused on diseases, not people because of the fact that it is more compelling to reflect health issues than thinking about the end of life. Third, he explicitly was describing palliative care, which a caring becomes a creative, generative, and a playful act. All of the above, his three main discussions were unique about his overall experience from suffering death. Moving into the article, there was an issue for a serious chronic illness especially in families, and it was to best support quality of life for palliative care. However, people who tended to follow decline
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