Final Days: Japanese Culture and Choice at the End of Life
Long, Susan Orpett
Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, 2005. 287 p.
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Learning From Dying Patients During Their Final Days: Life Reflections Gleaned From Dignity Therapy Hack, Thomas F; McClement, Susan E; Chochinov, Harvey M; Cann, Beverley J; Hassard, Thomas H; Kristjanson, Linda J; Harlos, Mike (2010-10)Dignity therapy is a novel therapeutic approach designed to decrease suffering, enhance quality of life and bolster a sense of dignity for patients approaching death. The benefits of dignity therapy were previously documented ...
Long, Susan Orpett (2002)Empirical studies in bioethics, as well as clinical experience, demonstrate the existence of inter- and intra-cultural diversity in values and perspectives on end-of-life issues. This paper argues that while survey research ...