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25/03/2017 2:19 PM
Thank you Dr.Jennifer for this prelude to the MOOC.
I did it last year and it was absolutely amazing - interaction,exchange of ideas,thoughts with participants from around the globe was rewarding and interesting!
I will do it again this year - I work at a cancer centre and often in palliative care so I would like to bring some of the learning and insights I have experienced over the past 12 months to the course plus benefit from sharing and learning from others yet again.
27/03/2017 1:14 PM
Hi Robyn. Lovely to hear from you. We're looking forward to the MOOC as well.
1/04/2017 8:56 PM
I enjoyed your comments thank you. As I am 81 years of age , of course my death is probably more a reality to be faced head on . I volunteer in a Palliative Care centre and am frequently interacting with those who are dying
5/04/2017 2:16 PM
Thank you for the introduction and summary, i am not working in sequence I suspect but still a good overview
11/04/2017 11:50 PM
The article above shows how our society has protected us from death its no longer viewed as a natural part of life, (other) Very good.
3/05/2017 8:40 PM
This is a great blog was written on different views of death and dying of people. No one knows that how they will die. Then, where does our understanding of death and dying come from? But it is one part of life and it is natural. One day everyone has to die. So, everyone should live a good life before die.
I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.
Robert Garry Frost
3/07/2018 2:10 PM
Very enjoyable and helpful reading. Lots of good stuff here to follow up