"After all those years of people going their own ways, get ready for more contact...indeed, much more intimate contact. Society still expects that "family will show up" (so do health care systems when elders are in need). Elders soon learn that having people with them who know them when the going gets tough is of great value. Marshal these loyal forces and get re-acquainted. Observation has it that at no time since adolescence are parents and children so entangled."
-from My Mother, Your Mother
Radio & Television Interviews
Dr. McCullough has a variety of upcoming media events, so check back often for updated news on when he'll be speaking at a station near you.
Hour-long interview on the Journey of Late Life
Margaret Pabst speaks with Dennis McCullough MD, about "Keeping Older People Out of Harms Way" on internet radio
Dennis McCullough MD, author of My Mother, Your Mother, talks about Using the Tools of Slow Medicine in Chronic Illness Care.
Dennis McCullough MD, author of My Mother, Your Mother, talks about Slow Medicine.
Rhett Palmer interviews Dennis McCullough MD, author of My Mother, Your Mother (45 minutes).
Judy Foreman hosts this webcast. As a person reaches their final months and days, do they need invasive and costly life-saving measures or should they be allowed to depart restfully? Join us as we speak with author Dennis McCullough, M.D. of Dartmouth Medical School about his book, "My Mother, Your Mother," in which he tells the story of how his own mother's passing inspired him to believe in a gentler, more compassionate approach to end-of-life care, especially for the elderly. He explains the concept of "slow medicine," how it differs from conventional approaches and why he believes it's emotionally beneficial for both patients and their families. Plus, he talks about why a less reactive, more nurturing treatment plan may make financial sense, too. As always, our expert guests answer questions from the audience.
Lucky Severson reports from Hanover, New Hampshire, on Slow Medicine, featuring Dr. McCullough.
Arnie Arneson interviews Dr. Dennis McCullough
ABC News Now (NYC) interviews Dr. Dennis McCullough
Brian Lehrer interviews Dr. Dennis McCullough
Raul Heitzmann interviews Dr. Dennis McCullough
The quality of life even in the face of death is a growing issue.
All Things Considered Local Host Neal Charnoff interviews Dr. Dennis McCullough
The Diane Rehm Show
Diane Rehm Discusses My Mother, Your Mother with Dr. Dennis McCullough
TalkZone.Com Internet Talk Radio
Sooner or later, most adult children must decide how best to care for aging parents in their final years. Dr. Dennis McCullough, author of MY MOTHER, YOUR MOTHER, believes that comfort and a concern for the quality of life are more important than more traditionally aggressive medical care. He said when a health crisis occurs, it is vital that family members quickly step in to assist elderly relatives in dealing with the medical bureaucracy.
Coping with Caregiving Radio with Jacqueline Marcell
Jacqueline Marcell interviews Dr. Dennis McCullough about his book MY MOTHER, YOUR MOTHER! This Internet program focuses on the challenges of caregiving and age related challenges such as Alzheimer's.
Dr. Alvin Jones of The Paradise Radio Network
Dr. Alvin Jones Discusses My Mother, Your Mother with Dr. Dennis McCullough
An Interview With InSight, The Willowgreen Newsletter
James Miller Discusses My Mother, Your Mother with Dr. Dennis McCullough