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I am unfortunately caught up in the Facebook shut down of Australian pages that they deem to be 'news' outlets.

While I work to have this reversed, I am on other socials where you can find some fun, informative content about networking, end of life best practice, and the latest international changes to legislation around assisted dying and quality of life at end of life.

A picture of Dr Annetta Mallon, a woman with white curly hair, a big smile and a colourful jacket. She is standing in front of a high table with end of life paperwork stacked up. The words "Not the face of a journalist or news outlet!" is in the image.
Believe it or not I am being treated like a commercial news outlet by Facebook. Happily though, I am on other platforms as well as my blog here.

Many Gentle Readers know that I advocate for good death literacy, and am happy to share research and international best practice and innovations, along with some personal insights and reflections of my own end of life practitioner journey. This will never change.

I also sometimes have silly, fun content - because I think it is also important to remember that A) live is not always completely grim, and neither is death and B) things can be tough enough without me insisting that we are all work and no play.

To this end, here are a full list of links where you can find me, if that takes your fancy.







If you are on Facebook and would like to help have my page restored, you can report a problem with @gentledeathep - and I thank you in advance if you have time to do that. If you don't have time, that is OK too, and I thank you for being here on my blog feed.

Have a wonderful day and stay tuned for a BIG announcement about the GDEP website. Coming soon!

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