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DVDs (20)


I Didn’t Know That

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An awareness-raising film about hospital processes and procedures and cultural expectations and requirements at end of life and bereavement.

“I didn’t know that” is intended to highlight the different needs and perspectives of healthcare professionals, family and members of the community when a person dies. Although the film illustrates perspectives and expectations from the Islamic community the fundamental principles, apply to any community regardless of faith or cultural requirements.

The fundamental message of the film is simply that we will never understand every aspect of one another’s lives, faith, culture, professional requirements, but the most important thing to remember is to ask. If we ask and seek to understand the reasons why, then we can begin to respond with respect and compassion.

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Kate's Story

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Doctor and writer Kate Granger was the focus of the second ever Dying Matters Annual Lecture on Monday 18 May, marking the beginning of Dying Matters Awareness week 2014.

The lecture ‘You Only Die Once: Kate Granger’s story' took place at the Royal College of Physicians in London. As part of the event, Dying Matters commissioned a film of Kate and her husband, Chris, who also spoke at the event.

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Playing Dead

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The theme of 2014 year's Awareness Week, which starts Monday 12 May, is 'You only die once', but if you're an actor you may be called upon to die several times. Now three thespians who have famously “died” in their acting roles are using their experiences to raise awareness of the need to talk about death and dying.
Brian Blessed, Julie Hesmondhalgh and Graham Seed discuss their screen and radio deaths and reflect on why it is important to plan for the end of life in new short film “Playing
Brian Blessed’s most famous on-screen death, in iconic Seventies series ‘I Claudius’, saw him dead in close-up for an unprecedented four-and-a-half minutes. Former Coronation Street star Julie Hesmondhalgh wowed critics and the public alike with her sensitive portrayal of the final weeks in the life of her character Hayley Cropper, who had pancreatic cancer. Graham Seed played upper class Nigel Pargetter in The Archers for 27 years before departing Ambridge following a fall from the roof of his stately home.

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Playing Dead & Dying for a laugh

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Package offer of two DVDs
1. Playing Dead
2. Dying for a Laugh

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Playing Dead, Dying for a laugh & Last Laugh with Alexei Sayle

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Package offer of three DVDs
1. Playing Dead
2. Dying for a Laugh & Last Laugh with Alexei Sayle(on one DVD)

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Time to talk, Doc? - GP DVD for Dementia

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The Dying Matters Coalition aims to boost GPs’ confidence in initiating and undertaking end of life conversations. This DVD evolved from a series of GP confidence raising workshops held since 2011 where GPs revealed particular concern at initiating these conversations with people affected by dementia, especially when these conversations may need to take place shortly after diagnosis due to issues of capacity. Following on from the training we found that when conversations were initiated by the GP, 9 out of 10 patients chose to continue them.

**You can also email your orders to Muhammad at m.younas@ncpc.org.uk**

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Time to talk, Doc?-GP Dementia DVD+Material Pack 1

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This pack include the following:

• Time to talk, Doc? DVD
• 50 x leaflet “Five things to do before I die"
• 50 x leaflet “Putting your house in order"
• 50 x leaflet “Time to talk?"


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Time to talk, Doc?-GP Dementia DVD+Material Pack 2

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This pack include the following:

• “Time to talk, Doc?” DVD
• 5 x “Difficult Conversations for Dementia” Booklet
• 5 x “How would I know?” dementia pain guidance booklet


**You can also email your orders to Muhammad at m.younas@ncpc.org.uk**

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Time to talk, Doc?-GP Dementia DVD+Material Pack 3

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This pack include the following:

• “Time to talk, Doc” DVD
• 50 x leaflet “Five things to do before I die”
• 50 x leaflet “Putting your house in order”
• 50 x leaflet “Time to talk”
• 5 x “Difficult Conversations for Dementia” Booklet
• 5 x “How would I know?” dementia pain guidance booklet

**You can also email your orders to Muhammad at m.younas@ncpc.org.uk**

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How long have I got, Doc? - DVD

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A powerful training tool for GPs which was released to coincide with research by Dying Matters which revealed that increasing GPs' confidence in talking to patients about dying and death can transform end of life care.

***For orders of 20 DVDs or more, we may be able to offer a bulk discount. Please email info@dyingmatters.org or call us on 08000 21 44 66 for details.***

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How long have I got, Doc? - DVD plus GP materials pack

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This pack includes the DVD and the following.

50x leaflet #1 “Five things to do before I die”
50x leaflet #5 “To do list”
50x leaflet #6 “Remember when we”
50x GP postcard(A6)
50x Small Actions, Big Difference postcard set
3x GP poster
1x “We all deserve to die well” poster
1x “It’s about making it easier” poster
5x latest Dying Matters newsletter
3x DM pens and balloons

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How long have I got, Doc? GP materials pack excluding DVD

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This Pack includes the following literature and is suitable for those buyers who have already purchased the DVD, but would like to buy the rest of the pack.

50x leaflet #1 “Five things to do before I die”
50x leaflet #5 “To do list”
50x leaflet #6 “Remember when we”
50x GP postcard
50x Small Actions, Big Difference postcard set
3x GP poster
1x “We all deserve to die well” poster
1x “It’s about making it easier” poster
5x latest Dying Matters newsletter
3x DM pens and balloons

**This pack does not include the DVD**

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A Party for Kath

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A short film demonstrating the benefits of greater openness around death and dying. The film is a unique and poignant representation of the Dying Matters Coalition's message.

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Can You See Me?

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This film aims to inspire and encourage providers and commissioners of end of life care to consider everyone in their community. It presents a kaleidoscope of people who are often invisible, including those who are homeless, from black, minority ethnic communities and who have conditions other than cancer. It describes end of life care needs, how to respond and ways to ask people what they want.

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Dying for a Laugh

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Comedians Ardal O'Hanlon, Jenny Eclair, Dave Spikey, Ricky Tomlinson, Shappi Khorsandi and consultant physician-turned-comic Kevin Jones tackle the biggest taboo of them all in the short film “Dying for a Laugh”.

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Dying for a Laugh / Last Laugh with Alexei Sayle

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Two short films on one DVD

Dying for a Laugh - Comedians Ardal O'Hanlon, Jenny Eclair, Dave Spikey, Ricky Tomlinson, Shappi Khorsandi and consultant physician-turned-comic Kevin Jones tackle the biggest taboo of them all in the short film “Dying for a Laugh”.

Last Laugh with Alexei Sayle-Comedian Alexei Sayle confronts attitudes towards terminal illness and dying in this short film, produced as part of Dying Matters Awareness Week 2012.

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Dying To Know

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'Dying to Know' is an intergenerational drama about the difficulties and benefits of talking about the end of life. It tells the story of a family trying to come to terms with the imminent death of a beloved and close relative.

The film is based on a play commissioned by Earl Mountbattern Hospice on the Isle of Wight and written by Helen Reading, Director of Isle of Wight RedTIE theatre company.

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I Didn't Want That

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Commissioned by Dying Matters, 'I Didn't Want That' is a poignant and powerful film highlighting the importance of making your end of life wishes clear.
Featuring five scenarios, from choosing whether you wish to be resuscitated to making preparations for your pets, the film examines what can happen if you fail to make your wishes known.
'I Didn't Want That' was released as research by ComRes for Dying Matters showed that less than a third of people have talked to someone about their end of life wishes and just over a quarter have asked a family member about theirs.

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Open to All

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This DVD accompanies the 'Open to All?' report on end of life care for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGB&T) people. Through a collection of powerful personal experiences from LGB&T people nearing the end of life and those caring for them, this short film highlights the importance of meeting everyone's end of life needs appropriately and sensitively, whatever their sexual orientation and/or gender identity. We really hope that the film will help not only LGB&T people and their cares to have conversations about their end of life wishes, but will also be essential viewing for all those involved in the end of life care.

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We are Living Well, but Dying Matters

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This short film, produced by CHANGE for Dying Matters and the NHS National End of Life Care Programme, is about including people with learning difficulties in discussions around dying, death and bereavement.

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