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Intensive Care (1996)
This one hour program focuses on a unique team of ethicists at the University of Chicago Medical Center. The program is a four-part story that takes the viewer behind the scenes to the bedside to examine the state of the ...
The Ethical Question: Death & Dying
Topics covered in the CME study guide are: 1) Definitions and Distinctions of withholding/withdrawing life sustaining treatment, pallative treatment that may hasten death, euthanasia, and assisted suicide; 2) an ethical ...
Giving Bad News: Practical Advice for End of Life Situations(2005)
Practical advice for physicians about how to share bad news with patients. This version provides a one-to-one doctor and patient meeting as well as a meeting with the family and the health care team. A 30 page Facilitator's ...
Advance Directives: Assisting Patients With End-of-Life Decisions Advance Directives: Making Informed End-of-Life Decisions
"Talking with patients about the dying process and the use of life-sustaining technology can be emotionally challenging for all concerned. Helping patients to participate in planning for future health care crises, including ...
Innovations in Trauma Training With Henry Heimlich, M.D. (1997)
The Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services Systems (MIEMSS) in Baltimore has developed an innovative program using life-like simulators and human cadavers to teach the life- saving skills taught in trauma training ...