Short Articles on Death and Dying, Euthanasia, Etc
Nordisk Medicin (Stockholm, Sweden) 1974 April; 89(): 100-109
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How Do We Wish to Die? The Controversy Over Assisted Death Review of Life's Living Toward Dying: A Theological and Medical-Ethical Study, by Vigen Guroian; Active Euthanasia and Health Care Reform: Testing the Medical Covenant, by William F. May; Life on the Line: Ethics, Aging, Ending Patients' Lives and Allocating Resources, by John F. Kilner; Breaking the Thread of Life: On Rational Suicide, by Robert L. Barry; Must We Suffer Our Way to Death? Cultural and Theological Perspectives On Death by Choice, Edited by Ron P. Hamel and Edwin R. DuBose Lammers, Stephen E. (1999-01)
Teaching Euthanasia: The Integration of the Practice of Euthanasia Into the Grief, Death, and Dying Curricula of Postgraduate Family Medicine Training Kimsma, Gerrit K.; van Duin, B.J. (1996)...In this contribution, we intend to describe the comprehensive teaching program of euthanasia of the Free University of Amsterdam's Postgraduate Family Medicine Program. Here students receive university-based training ...