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Advances in Hospice is a philanthropic program of the Brandenburg Maas Life Transition Center, established in 2009 as a privately funded and mission-driven organization to support projects, initiatives, and research that address personal transition periods and life altering pathways in the areas of health, loss, careers, and relationships.







Advances In Hospice Magazine

AIH Magazine brings to the forefront the latest research, practice, and opinions for hospice professionals. Each issue is complimented by the Advances In Hospice Speaker Series. Both are created to present specific, contemporary thinking in the care, support, and understanding of the hospice personnel.


Welcome to the eighth issue of Advances In Hospice magazine.  In this issue, we address the topic of: Elder Abuse.

2013 Volume 2 Issue 4











Welcome to the seventh issue of Advances In Hospice magazine.  In this issue, we address the topic of: Veterans at the End of Life.

2013 Volume 2 Issue 3











Welcome to the sixth issue of Advances In Hospice magazine.  In this issue, we address the topic of: Disabilities and Grief.

2013 Volume 2 Issue 2











Welcome to the fifth issue of Advances In Hospice magazine.  In this issue, we address the topic of: Dignity Therapy.

2013 Volume 2 Issue 1











Welcome to the fourth issue of Advances In Hospice magazine.  In this issue, we address the topic of: Seeing the Unseen.

2012 Volume 1 Issue 4











Welcome to the third issue of Advances In Hospice magazine.  In this issue, we address the topic of: Hearts of Remembrance Children's Day: A Celebration of Life.

2012 Volume 1 Issue 3 (Articles now on Grief and Loss Today)










Welcome to the second issue of Advances In Hospice magazine.  In this issue, we address the topic of Building Children's Hospice.

2012 Volume 1 Issue 2 (Articles now on Grief and Loss Today)











The day has finally come.  The inaugural issue of Advances in Hospice is on-line for your enjoyment.  We are so thrilled that international bereavement specialist Dr. Alan Wolfelt has written our feature article on the importance of family members to accompany the body of the deceased to the final resting place.  Hospice personnel are so crucial to helping loved ones understand how this one decision can immensely help the grief process.

2012 Volume 1 Issue 1 (Articles now on Grief and Loss Today)



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