Stories that seek the true meaning of patient- and family-centered care
This series of podcasts aims to capture the essence of patient- and family-centered care. With funding from the Josie King Foundation, we are recording stories from caregivers and patients about experiences that approach this lofty but hard-to-define ideal.
We hope you will listen to these recordings, check back frequently for new ones and consider sharing your own experiences.
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“She couldn’t communicate any of her needs. She had to use a pencil where she traced out [words], letter by letter.”
“His spirit just lifted. He seemed so touched. He wanted to learn what he could do to keep himself healthy…”
“I said to them, You have exhausted all the medicines that I have...What I have left is to pray with you.”
"Yes, she’s 99, but she gardened yesterday.”