Personhood: Florence Wald and The Hospice Movement

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Saul Ebema and Hospice Chaplaincy present this documentary podcast series about Florence Wald and the hospice movement. Disillusioned by the way terminally ill patients were being treated in American hospitals, Florence Wald who was a nurse, challenged the patriarchal medical establishment of her time and started the hospice movement in the United States that led to one of the biggest healthcare reforms in American history.

3 episodes