In Soul Support:Spiritual Encounters at Life's End: Memoir of a Hospital Chaplain. Joan shares true stories of people coming to terms--or not--with their final days. It offers intimate, behind-the-scenes accounts of the many ways patients, their families and friends, and hospital staff all deal with death and dying. The book tells not only their stories, but also the chaplain's. It relates how she listened and learned and stumbled and grew.
Gary Barg discusses Dr. Agronin's newest book, The End of Old Age: Living a Longer, More Purposeful Life
Marc E. Agronin, M.D., is a board-certified adult and geriatric psychiatrist who currently serves as the Vice President for Behavioral Health and Clinical Research at the Miami Jewish Health Systems, Florida’s largest long-term care provider. He is also an Affiliate Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Neurology at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, and a Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association.
Gary Barg and Cheryl Ginnings talk about her book for caregivers.
Gary Barg discusses the book As Mom Fades Away with Author Ed Merzlock.
Gary Barg talks with Caroline Sheppard about her new book, When Family Calls: Finding Hope in the Chaos of Long-Distance Caregiving
Caroline H. Sheppard, MSW tells her story of how she answered the critical calls to help five different family members over fifteen years, including the emotional caregiving challenges, tips, and gifts, involved with long distance oversight of care.
Gary Barg discusses Dr. John Medina's new book, Brain Rules for Aging Well
Gary Barg discusses the new book, The Informed Patient, with authors Sara L. Merwin, MPH and Karen A. Friedman, MD