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Author: M. Dianne Godkin,John B. Dossetor
ISBN: 0888644949
Subcategory: Estate Planning
Pages 168 pages
Publisher University of Alberta Press (July 15, 2008)
Language English
Category: Law
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Living Will, Living Well book. M. Dianne Godkin, John B. Dossetor (Foreword). Using the voices of ordinary people, clinical ethicist and nurse. Using the voices of ordinary people, clinical ethicist and nurse Dianne Godkin explores the end-of-life issues and emotions that arise when an individual sets out to prepare an advance directive (living will). Conversations with study participants, and the composite character of Alice, are forthright, practical, and uplifting.

Living Will, Living Well: Reflections on Preparing an Advance Directive. by M. Dianne Godkin and John B. Dossetor.

Living wills accompany patients who present for emergent care. Through reflection on 20 years’ experience arranging international. To the best of our knowledge, no studies assess pre-hospital provider interpretations of these instructions.

Living Well : Reflections on Preparing an Advance Directive. Completion of a living will forces one to face their mortality. Dr. Dianne Godkin poses the question: is our health care system structured to meet the needs of people nearing the end of their lives?

Living Will, Living Well : Reflections on Preparing an Advance Directive. Dianne Godkin poses the question: is our health care system structured to meet the needs of people nearing the end of their lives? Her narrative takes shape around personal anecdotes and Alice, a composite character patient drawn from many case studies.

Clinical ethicist Dianne Godkin offers deeper understanding of the experience of preparing for end-of-life (advance directive). Written for individuals and their families who are thinking about creating an advance directive, and for healthcare providers who interact with these individuals, this book provides readers with a deeper understanding of the experience of preparing for the end of life. University of Alberta Press.

Living Will, Living Well. Reflections on Preparing an Advance Directive

Living Will, Living Well. Reflections on Preparing an Advance Directive. by Dianne M. Godkin Author · John B. Dossetor Author of introduction, etc. ebook. Law Medical Nonfiction.

TRIAD II: Do living wills have an impact on pre-hospital lifesaving care? Journal of Emergency Medicine, 36(2), 105–115.

Advance directives and health care costs at the end of life. & Rosenbaum, P. (2007). Written Submission to the Standing Committee on Social Policy on Bill 140, An Act respecting long-term care homes. TRIAD II: Do living wills have an impact on pre-hospital lifesaving care? Journal of Emergency Medicine, 36(2), 105–115. Spencer, C. (2009) Ageism and the law: emerging concepts and practices in housing and health. Using the voices of ordinary people, clinical ethicist and nurse Dianne Godkin explores the end-of-life issues and emotions that arise when an individual sets out to prepare an advance directiv. More).

Living Wills, Advance Directives. Living Will, Living Well: Reflections on Preparing an Advance Directive . Godkin, M. Dianne (2008). EthxWeb: Literature in Bioethics. Показать полную информацию. Related Items in Google Scholar.

Using the voices of ordinary people, clinical ethicist and nurse Dianne Godkin explores the end-of-life issues and emotions that arise when an individual sets out to prepare an advance directive (living will). Conversations with study participants, and the composite character of Alice, are forthright, practical, and uplifting. Written for individuals and their families who are thinking about creating an advance directive, and for healthcare providers who interact with these individuals, this book provides readers with a deeper understanding of the experience of preparing for the end of life.