Brumbies and Wallabies rugby player Henry Speight speaks about how death has affected his life and the differences in grieving in Australia compared to his home in Fiji. He shares his experience of having two […]
Caitlin Doughty is an American based mortician and death theorist. She shares her experiences of working with families after a person has died and how important having conversations about their wishes is.
Comedian Luke Ryan talks about being diagnosed with cancer twice in his life. He share what he’s learned from using humour to broach talking about death with family and friends. He wants the community to […]
Connie Johnson, co-founder of the Love Your Sister campaign, shares her story. Connie was diagnosed with terminal breast cancer over five years ago and has been receiving palliative care in conjunction with her curative care […]
Jean Kittson is the ambassador for Palliative Care Nurses Australia and speaks about her encounters with people who have received and gave palliative care. Jean presents a lighter tone on the issue of death and […]
Bassam shares his story about being diagnosed with terminal cancer and his experience with palliative care. After being told the cancer was incurable, Bassam tried different medical trials to ease his pain and discomfort with […]
Kaye’s story provides an insight to her diagnosis of peritoneal mesothelioma and her experience with palliative care. Kaye received early intervention from the palliative care team and was able to receive emotional and physical support […]