Honoring Values in End-of-Life Care
These videos were designed to educate individuals and families from multicultural communities on end-of-life care. Speakers from the Somali, Hmong, Spanish and English-speaking communities present perspectives on the values, traditions and experiences that shape choices individuals and their families make at the end of life. Hospice care is introduced as one end-of-life care option that may benefit individuals and families across many cultural traditions.
- English (English captions)
- Hmong (English captions)
- Hmong (Hmong captions)
- Somali (English captions)
- Somali (Somali captions)
- Spanish (English captions)
- Spanish (Spanish captions)
Late Life: A Conversation with Atul Gawande
Episode: Dr. Atul Gawande, author of “Being Mortal,” shares his vision of healthcare that helps people live well to the end.
Living with Hospice
A poignant documentary by award-winning producer Daniel Bergin and co-produced by Minnesota Network of Hospice & Palliative Care spotlights stories of families, patients and caregivers and their experiences with hospice. Their stories provide the viewer with a rare opportunity—to hear about dying as a time of comfort, acceptance, love and healing. The documentary is regularly featured on twin cities public television and is archived at TPT.
Palliative Care: You Are a Bridge
DVDs are available for purchase. Contact MNHPC at firstname.lastname@example.org or (651) 917-4616 for more information.