Death, Dying, and the Choices We MakeeBook - 2009
For those who yearn for some measure of control over deathFinal Acts, offers insight and hope. Writing in a style free of technical jargon, the contributors discuss documents that should be prepared (health proxy, do-not-resuscitate order, living will, power of attorney); decision-making (over medical interventions, life support, hospice and palliative care, aid-in-dying, treatment location, speaking for those who can no longer express their will); and the roles played by religion, custom, family, friends, caretakers, money, the medical establishment, and the government.
Publisher: Piscataway : Rutgers University Press, 2009
Copyright Date: ©2010
Branch Call Number: Electronic book
Characteristics: 1 online resource (339 pages)