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End-of-life decisions for hospice patients may include voluntary stopping of eating and drinking. What does this mean for the patient and caregivers?

Gluten Free in Hospitals- this is something we deal with all too often. Although we deal with a very large, very progressive hospital every surgery finds us in the same position- 3 days with no food.

Mapping Your End-of-Life Choices - NYTimes.com

Mapping Your End-of-Life Choices- “Your lawyer shouldn’t be writing a medical contract any more than you’d want your doctor to write a legal contract.

April 16 is National Healthcare Decisions Day.

Life is too short and the work week is too long to stay stuck in a passionless job that drains your soul.

Videos aim to inform patients about their medical options at the end of life - The Washington Post

Videos aim to inform patients about their medical options at the end of life

Harvard doctors aim to ease the way for frank discussions among patients, relatives and providers.

Before making an advance directive, talk with your doctor and your caregiver about just how far end-of-life care should go at the cost of comfort.

Seeking a 'Beautiful Death'

Before making an advance directive, talk with your doctor and your caregiver about just how far end-of-life care should go at the cost of comfort.

‘We’re helping people live,’ not die

Mary Washington Hospice sessions provide patients with 'a way of living'

The end was near, but the patient wanted even painful interventions to buy more time.

When a doctor and patient disagree about care at the end of life

The end was near, but the patient wanted even painful interventions to buy more time. Sometimes, doctors and patients disagree about end-of-life care. I know, because it happened with me.

Challenges in respecting autonomy in end-of-life care of people with learning disabilities

Qualitative study of caregivers and relatives of 12 recently deceased people with learning disabilities to explore autonomy in end of life care

Nora Zamichow says if she and her husband, Mark Saylor, had known how doctors die, they may have made different treatment decisions for him at the end of his life.

How doctors want to die

Perspective on end of life care. Nora Zamichow says if she and her husband, Mark Saylor, had known how doctors die, they might have made different treatment decisions for him toward the end of his life.

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