Redesigning what it means to live well until the very end.

Dr. Shoshana Ungerleider is a physician, speaker, philanthropist, founder and writer. 

Shoshana is passionate about improving how people are cared for throughout the
continuum of life.

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Dr. Ungerleider on PBS NewsHour

Speaker

Shoshana has been featured as an expert on PBS NewsHour, CBS News and spoken at Google, Exponential Medicine, The Schwartz Center Compassion in Action Healthcare Conference, Columbia University and Stanford University School of Medicine.

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Film

Shoshana was involved with two Academy Award-nominated Netflix short documentaries about the end of life experience. Extremis and End Game. Both films are now featured on Netflix. 

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Writing

Dr. Shoshana Ungerleider is a physician, speaker, and activist. Shoshana is passionate about improving how people are cared for throughout the continuum of life.

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Writing

Dr. Shoshana Ungerleider is a physician, speaker, and activist. Shoshana is passionate about improving how people are cared for throughout the continuum of life.

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Founder: End Well

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Shoshana founded the End Well Foundation in 2017. End Well is an annual interdisciplinary convening and media platform focused on transforming the end of life into a human-centered experience.

Reserve your seat today for the next event this December 5, 2019 in San Francisco. 

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Founder: Ungerleider Palliative Care Education Fund

This fund supports innovative programs that further palliative care education at every level. In collaboration with the California Pacific Medical Center Foundation, the Ungerleider Fund initiated a comprehensive education program to enhance medical training around advanced illness and end of life care, physician communication and wellness for healthcare providers at Sutter Health’s California Pacific Medical Center.

Writer

With articles featured in STAT, Vox, and Kevin MD, Shoshana provides education and insight for both medical and general publications. Her writing communicates the importance of training for healthcare professionals, end of life conversations amongst families, and the invitation to explore what a "good death" may look like.

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How This Doctor Is Bringing Human Connection Back to

End-of-Life Care

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