What Matters to Families: Speaking the Same Language (2003)
Center for Applied Ethics, Education Development Center, Inc. [EDC]
"Dean and Inez Davis, guardians of nine grandchildren, recount their experience with their granddaughter, Sherquanda, who was diangosed with a brain tumor from which she died at age 9. They discuss the centrality of trust, respect, and caring in the relationships between health care professionals and families facing the death of a child. This program is Part One of Module 1: Engaging with Children and Families of the IPPC curriculum. Along with Parts Two and Three, "this video series presents the stories of three families describing their experiences with health care professionals and the health care system as they negotiate the difficult road through their child's life-threatening illness." Part One is intended to be used with Module 1, Activity 1 and Module 4, Activity 2.
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Unknown creator (2003)"Rebecca Lilly died at age 16 after a six-year battle with brain cancer. Rebecca's parents and siblings relate their relationships with the health care system and express needs and concerns often identified by families ...