- The Thing About Advanced Cancer
The Thing About Advanced Cancer
Information and insights for challenging times
In The Thing About Advanced Cancer podcast, host Julie McCrossin joins experts to answer the big questions about advanced cancer.
Whether you are living long term with advanced cancer, you are facing end of life, or you are caring for someone with advanced cancer — this podcast series has information and insights that can help you navigate through these challenging times.
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Episodes - listen now
Self-care for Carers
NEW EPISODE: If you’re caring for someone in their last months, you need to look after yourself, but how exactly do you do that? Julie McCrossin discusses practical self-care strategies with Professor Liz Lobb.
Managing Relationships as the Carer
NEW EPISODE: Caring for someone with advanced cancer can affect your relationships with family and friends and sometimes leads to conflict. Julie McCrossin chats with clinical psychologist Cath Adams about navigating this tricky territory.
End-of-Life Care at Home
NEW EPISODE: If you’re a carer of someone who wants to die at home, what would it involve and where can you find support? Julie McCrossin talks with palliative medicine specialist Dr Cynthia Parr about end-of-life care at home.
Life After Loss
NEW EPISODE: How can bereaved carers come to terms with their loss? Julie McCrossin talks with bereavement counsellor Nathan MacArthur about the experience of grief.
Coping with Grief
NEW EPISODE: If someone you care about dies from cancer, how can you tell if what you are feeling is normal and when should you think about seeking extra support? Julie McCrossin explores these questions with bereavement counsellor Nathan MacArthur.
The stories and experiences contained in this podcast have been relayed to The Cancer Council NSW by the speakers and represent their own views and opinions. They do not represent the views and opinions of The Cancer Council NSW, and The Cancer Council NSW specifically excludes all responsibility and liability for any of those views and opinions, or otherwise arising out of any reliance upon them or any action taken on the basis of the information in this podcast or any errors or omissions therein. The Cancer Council NSW recommends you obtain independent advice specific to your circumstances from appropriate health and other professionals.