Dying Matters blog
Professor Keri Thomas, National Clinical Director of the Gold Standards Framework (GSF) Centre, on why embracing our own mortality is an essential part of caring for dying people well.
Death Cafe takes to the water
Author and psychotherapist Sue Brayne on why a narrowboat makes the ideal venue to discuss dying and death.
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Clive James' farewell poetry
The writer and broadcaster Clive James is "saying goodbye" through his poetry. Read Japanese Maple, James' poignant reflection on mortality and the glory of nature.
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