Military Health Care. Veteran Care at the End of Life: Their Last Battle. In many ways Veterans die the same way civilians die; in other ways, their deaths are sometimes unique. This chapter outlines the unique experiences that affect dying Veterans.
Liv Fun. Vol.5 (1). Unfaithful. Have you cheated your “self” out of the real experience of growing older?
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American Journal of Hospice & Palliative Care Medicine. Vol. 22 (3). Defibrillator De-Activation: Technologies pose many ethical decisions at the end of life – ethical guidelines are often not provided when the technology emerges.
American Journal of Hospice & Palliative Care Medicine. Vol. 23 (4). Angels and Atheists: Providing spiritual care to atheists requires a little love and “meeting them where they are.”