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June 6: Unfolding Finitudes webinar Documenting Death with Adrienne Strong
Documenting Death: Maternal Mortality and the Ethics of Care in Tanzania is a gripping ethnographic account of the deaths of pregnant women in a
Lemos Dekker and Atikasari speakers at Palliative Care Around the World seminar on June 14.
In the seminarPalliative Care Around the World an interdisciplinary group of speakers will address ongoing research on palliative care in
Online webinar with Jessica Robbins: Aging Nationally in contemporary Poland
We are very happy to announce that Associate Professor Jessica Robbins (Institute of Gerontology and Department of Anthropology at Wayne
Lecture: When Hospice isn’t a ‘Choice’
In the talk “When Hospice Isn’t a ‘Choice’: Disregard, Care and End of Life on the American Periphery” Dr. Devin Flaherty discusses the peculiar role of hospice care on the island of St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands—and its tragic, deleterious consequences for older adults nearing the end of life there. This talk takes place on Tuesday 28th of February 2023 and is organized by the Globalizing Palliative Care research project and the Leiden University Medical Anthropology Network (LUMAN) and hosted at the Institute of Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology.
Samuels and Atikasari talk at Universitas Indonesia
Dr. Annemarie Samuels and PhD candidate Hanum Atikasari will talk about Gender, Inequality & Care for People with Advanced Illness
A conversation with the Amsterdam – Diemen Palliative Care Network
In this video Dr. Natashe Lemos Dekker discusses palliative care with members of the Amsterdam-Diemen Palliative Care Network. Lemos Dekker