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The Business of Healthcare with Tara Humphrey


Jul 30, 2020

Clare Fuller is a Nurse and Lead Practitioner for Palliative and End of Life Care with over 30 years of experience in this area. She is a mum and yoga enthusiast and is also a good friend of mine, and I wanted to talk about this topic with a friend and someone I really trust because it’s close to my heart.

Clare joins me this week to share her experiences of working in End of Life Care. Unfortunately, most of us will be able to relate to this either as a professional, an adult, a child or a carer. It’s close to my heart as my parents passed away when I was younger. She shares how she finds joy and fulfilment working in such a difficult role and tells us about the importance of planning. Clare talks about what a privilege it is to help people when they need it the most.

 

“To be allowed to work with people at such a vulnerable time, I can honestly say, has been an amazing privilege in life.” Clare Fuller

 

This week on The Business of Healthcare:

  • Clare’s journey and career to date.
  • What it means to work in End of Life Care.
  • How Clare finds joy in such a difficult role.
  • The most important advice Clare would give to others.
  • The importance of planning.
  • What Compassionate Care means to Clare.
  • Turning difficult conversations into important conversations.

 

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