Living With Grief: Ethical Dilemmas at the End of Life

Edited by Bruce Jennings, Kenneth J. Doka, and Charles Corr
(Hospice Foundation of America, Living with Grief Series, 2005)

Written and edited by some of the nation’s leading authorities on ethics and end-of-life care, Ethical Dilemmas at the End of Life explores a range of issues – including pediatric hospice, historical, religious, spiritual and cultural perspectives of the end of life, hospice in nursing homes, surrogate decision-making, physician-assisted suicide, organ donation, and our society’s legal tenant of end-of-life care. Eighteen chapters are punctuated by seven compelling ethics case studies from hospices around the country, providing a framework for discussion of this complex subject.

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