The Good Death: The New American Search to Reshape the End of Life (1997 Edition)
Total CE Credit Hours: 16
Course Info URL: http://www.ce-credit.com/courses/100243
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About the Course:
This extensive work is the culmination of six years of collecting information, stories, and philosophical perspectives on dying. Of particular concern are complicated issues that arise from technology that keeps humans alive longer than in any other time in history. Whether you are presently working with a dying person, or facing your own death or death of a loved one, this book will prove to be helpful.
By Marilyn Webb
About the Author:
Marilyn Webb is a journalist who began her investigative writing about dying as a personal quest to mourn the death of her 13-year-old sister.
to discuss how dying has become more complicated by the availability of advanced technology
to describe how the complexities of dying affect loved one’s families
to explain the philosophy and practices of hospice-facilitated dying
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