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Ethical Dilemmas at the End of Life

In Living With Grief®: Ethical Dilemmas at the End of Life, a panel of noted ethicists, educators, gerontologists, and hospice experts examine important and sensitive issues regarding end-of-life decisions and the ethical choices one may face. 
In Living With Grief®: Ethical Dilemmas at the End of Life, a 2 hour, 19-minute discussion by a panel of noted ethicists, educators, gerontologists, and hospice experts examines timely and important issues regarding the social perspectives of medical ethics and how various health care settings may influence ethical decisions in hospitals, nursing homes and hospices. The panel also examines how cultural differences may influence ethical choices.
 
Intended for anyone involved in caregiving or dealing with end-of-life issues, this program offers constructive advice to those who are facing the difficult circumstances that surround caring for someone who is dying.
 
Panel:
Kenneth J. Doka, PhD, MDiv
William H. Colby, JD
Charles Corr, PhD
Richard Fife, PhD
Jack D. Gordon
Bernice Harper, MSW., MSc.PH, LLD
Bruce Jennings, Senior Research Scholar
Bill Lamers, MD
JoAnne Reifsynder, RN, PhD
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