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Jill Z. Bixby, APRN, MS, MA, CHPN, is a nurse practitioner with graduate degrees in bioethics and pain management. She has worked in palliative care and hospice for over a decade. Having cared for both her sister and mother at end of life, Jill is well acquainted with the emotional and physical challenges that family members suffer. Being a nurse since 1977 has given Jill the opportunity to seek out numerous work opportunities in health care. It was during the writing of her thesis in 2002 that Jill had a dream that led to the writing of the play B.O.A.T.I.N.G.© It is because of her passion for quality of life at end of life that Jill continues to be motivated to educate about palliative care and hospice.
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Sandra K. Burcham, LCSW, ACHP-SW, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with nine years of experience working with palliative care and hospice patients in hospitals, long term care and assisted living facilities, and in the patient’s home.  She began her career as a social worker in long term facilities. Sandra is a passionate advocate for patients, families and caregivers, empowering them to make informed choices regarding advanced chronic illness and end of life issues.  She has presented seminars on patient choice, Pain Management from the Social Worker Perspective, Sexuality and End of Life, and participated in the one-act play, B.O.A.T.I N.G.©  Sandra holds licensure in the Commonwealth of Virginia and the State of Ohio, is an Advanced Certified Hospice and Palliative Social Worker and a member of the Legislative committee of the Virginia Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW).

 

 

Carol Schoneberg has been a hospice educator in Maine for the past 20 years. Currently serving as an End-of-Life Educator and Volunteer & Bereavement Program Director at Hospice of Southern Maine in Scarborough—Maine’s only freestanding not-for-profit hospice—she provides end-of-life education to staff, volunteers, healthcare providers, universities, and the community at large. Certified as an Advance Care Planning Facilitator Trainer through the Respecting Choices program at Gundersen-Lutheran Hospital in La Crosse, Wisconsin, she believes strongly that helping people talk about their choices for end-of-life care can make a huge difference in the way families experience the dying process. Her experiences working with the dying and the bereaved have inspired and taught her much about the resiliency of the human spirit.