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The Ethical Question: Physician Assisted Suicide
Topices in CME guide include 1) definitions; 2) withdrawal of life-sustaining treatment; 3) patient self-determination; 4) nonmaleficience and beneficence; 5) the relief of pain and suffering; 6) potential for abuse; 7) ...
EPEC: Education for Physicians on End-of-Life-Care: Participant's Guide (1999)
This Participant's Guide is 1 looseleaf binder. Topics covered include: terminal care, advance directives, passive euthanasia, medical futility, outcome and process assessment, drug therapy for pain control, palliative ...
The Archdiocese of Washington Presents: The Ends of Life: Legal, Ethical, & Spiritual Dimensions
Several Catholic theologians, physicians, lawyers, and ethicists discuss topics at the "Ends of Life." Rev. Russell Smith; John Collins Harvey, M.D.; William May, Ph.D.; Kevin O'Rourke, Ph.D.; Basile Oclo, J.D.; Sheperdson ...
Death on Request
Through this documentary filmed in the Netherlands (in Dutch with English subtitles) we are permitted to come to know Antoinette and Cees de Joode and their doctor Dr. Van Oijen, a family practitioner, as they discuss Cees' ...
Treatment Decisions at the End of Life (1990)
Four patients are depicted: Andy Jacobs, described as ``a baby born to die,'' whose mother refuses further treatment and takes him home; David Nalbert, who was diagnosed with muscular dystrophy at five and refuses ventilator ...
EPEC: Education for Physicians on End-of-Life-Care: Trainer's Guide (1999)
This Trainer's Guide includes 1 looseleaf binder, 2 color videocassettes, and 4 computer diskettes. The videos are: "EPEC Plenaries 1, 3, and 4" and "EPEC Modules 1-12 Trigger Tape." Topics covered include: terminal care, ...
ALS: Choosing Life / Choosing Life (A.L.S.)
CBS 60 Minutes television program broadcast on February 28, 1999. Narrated by Mike Wallace
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 ...