Pacific Island Playlist: Death and compassion

Pacific Island Playlist – Track 2: Death and compassion – Peter Brindley and Louise Sayers

Peter Brindley interviews Louise Sayers and they discuss the taboos death, bereavement and what we can do to make it better. This Pacific Island Playlist chosen by Louise opens with Moon Shadow by Cat Stevens; and closes with Monty Python’s ‘Always look in the bright side of life

Louise Sayers, BA Social Science/ Psychology; Master of Social Work. ICU Staff Support and Bereavement Coordinator at Royal North Shore Hospital involved with the RNSH Bereavement Bag initiative

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Pacific Island Playlist:

Lucky Canadian Intensivist who is happiest whenever outdoors or laughing. Thinks life is about finding meaning and showing gratitude: even if I don’t always succeed. So pleased to be here sharing ideas and encouraging community.

Peter Brindley


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