Ep. 04 Death: A Love Story

In this interview film director Michelle LeBrun will be discussing her award-winning documentary “Death: A Love Story” which chronicles the illness and death of her late husband Mel. She will describe the process of making the movie, her experiences with the medical profession as her husband was dying, and also how the movie is currently being used to educate medical professionals about death and dying.

You will learn about:

-the healing journey at the end-of-life from the caregiver and patient perspective
-how a spiritual approach to the dying process can be helpful
-the importance of mindfulness training for medical professionals

Interview with Michelle LeBrun, documentary filmmaker.

In this interview film director Michelle LeBrun will be discussing her award-winning documentary “Death: A Love Story” which chronicles the illness and death of her late husband Mel. She will describe the process of making the movie, her experiences with the medical profession as her husband was dying, and also how the movie is currently being used to educate medical professionals about death and dying.

You will learn about:

-the healing journey at the end-of-life from the caregiver and patient perspective
-how a spiritual approach to the dying process can be helpful
-the importance of mindfulness training for medical professionals

Author: kwyattmd

Karen Wyatt MD is a family physician who has spent much of her 25 year medical career working with patients in challenging settings, such as hospice, nursing homes and indigent clinics. She is interested in a spiritual approach to medicine, illness, death and dying and is the author of two books. Check out her website at www.karenwyattmd.com

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