Nurses and other medical professionals deal with death, dying and grieving as a part of their profession. For those working in Hospice, this is true every day they show up for work. So one might think they “KNOW” how handle it better than most. You might want to re-think that. Helen Bauer, Founder and co-host of the Heart of Hospice Podcast has been a Nurse, a consultant, and a griever and she says a lot of people in the profession take a “Do as I say, not as I do” approach, which can lead to burn out.

We had quite a comprehensive and interesting conversation.

I hope you will find it to be that as well.


Helen Bauer has worked in nursing for over 30 years, specializing in hospice and end of life care for the past 10 years. She is a Certified Hospice and Palliative Care Registered Nurse with a background in compliance and consulting.  As co-owner of The Heart of Hospice, she provides end of life education and consulting services for both hospice providers and consumers.  Helen’s passion for quality end of life care can be heard on The Heart of Hospice podcast as she leads discussions on hospice philosophy, how to get the most from your hospice experience, and advance care planning.

Helen Bauer, RN BSN CHPN

Co-owner of The Heart of Hospice, LLC

website/podcast/consulting services

http://www.theheartofhospice.com/


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