Ravi Parikh: The Best and Worst Places to Die
22nd ANNUAL NHHPCO FALL CONFERENCE | The Best Care Possible: The Changing Face of Hospice
Ravi is a resident in internal medicine at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, MA. Ever since serving as a hospice bereavement counselor in high school, Ravi has striven to improve seriously ill individuals' quality of life, ensuring that people are not only dying better, but living better as well. He has worked to implement novel delivery models of care in advanced illness at the local, state, and national level, and his work has been published in national venues including The Washington Post, The New England Journal of Medicine, The Journal of the American Medical Association, The Atlantic, and Readers' Digest Magazine.
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Hurricane Harvey Hospice Relief Fund
It could be New Hampshire.
We all realize that there is no fury like Mother Nature. While we get our fair share with ice and snow, hurricanes of the magnitude that Texas is feeling are rare in New Hampshire. Our sister organization in Texas has set up a "Go Fund Me" page to help residents devastated by Harvey.
We may see similar efforts needed in Florida in the coming days. Help if you can.
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