The language used to talk about death holds consequences and opportunities for understanding and making decisions about care practices. This book uses personal stories and perspectives from patients, family members, and medical workers to paint a picture of some of the issues and tensions individuals and caregivers face. With an aging population – one that represents a major public health challenge in the twenty-first century – Carey Candrian argues that examining the care we provide for individuals, especially aging individuals, is fundamental to creating a developed, ethical, and engaged society.
COMMUNICATING CARE AT THE END OF LIFE
PETER LANGNew York • Bern • Frankfurt • Berlin Brussels • Vienna • Oxford • Warsaw
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