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Life and death decisions : psychological and ethical considerations in end-of-life care

https://bccalibrary.andornot.com/en/permalink/catalog10795
Kleespies, Phillip M. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association , 2004.
Audience
Professional
Call Number
WB310 K63 2004
Availability
1 copy, 1 available
Author
Kleespies, Phillip M
Place of Publication
Washington, DC
Publisher
American Psychological Association
Publication Date
2004
Subjects
Terminal Care - ethics
Terminal Care - psychology
Terminal Care - legislation & jurisprudence
Right to Die
Euthanasia
Suicide, Assisted
Advance Care Planning
Attitude to Death
ISBN
1591470676
Language
English
Material Type
Book
Audience
Professional
Location
Vancouver Library
Call Number
WB310 K63 2004

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To die well : your right to comfort, calm, and choice in the last days of life

https://bccalibrary.andornot.com/en/permalink/catalog17840
Wanzer, Sidney H, Glenmullen, Joseph. Cambridge, MA: Da Capo Press , 2007.
Audience
Patient or Public
Call Number
W85.5 W252 2007
Availability
1 copy, 1 available
Turning points at life's end; Rights of the dying patient; The first turning point : from active treatment to comfort care; Pain control; What you should expect from your doctors and nurses; Family and friends; The second turning point : making the decision to hasten death; What options have been u…
Author
Wanzer, Sidney H
Glenmullen, Joseph
Place of Publication
Cambridge, MA
Publisher
Da Capo Press
Publication Date
2007
Physical Description
xii, 209 p. ; 24 cm.
Subjects
Right to Die
Living Wills
Advance Directives
Advance Care Planning
Decision Making
Terminal Care
Euthanasia
Suicide, Assisted
Popular Work
Abstract
Turning points at life's end
Rights of the dying patient
The first turning point : from active treatment to comfort care
Pain control
What you should expect from your doctors and nurses
Family and friends
The second turning point : making the decision to hasten death
What options have been used in the past to hasten death?
Helium : newly used method to end suffering
Differentiating sadness at the end of life from clinical depression
The special case of irreversible dementia and end-of-life management
Planning ahead with advance directives : staying in control
Allowing a merciful death
Appendix A: Historical background of the end-of-life movement and current national organizations
Appendix B: Oregon and physician-assisted dying
Appendix C: The international scene
Appendix D: End-of-life organizations
Appendix E: Sample living will
Appendix F: Health care proxy form with optional attachment
Appendix G: Proposed authorization for ending life in situations of irreversible and progressive cognitive decline.
ISBN
9780738210834
0738210838
Language
English
Material Type
Book
Audience
Patient or Public
Location
Vancouver Library
Call Number
W85.5 W252 2007

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Choosing to live, choosing to die : the complexities of assisted dying

https://bccalibrary.andornot.com/en/permalink/catalog124485
Tate, Nikki, Wuthrich. Belle (ill.). [British Columbia]: Orca Book Publishers , 2019.
Audience
Patient or Public
Call Number
W85.5 T216c 2019
Availability
2 copies, 2 available
"This nonfiction book for teens examines the complex issue of medical assistance in dying from multiple perspectives."-- Provided by publisher
Author
Tate, Nikki
Wuthrich. Belle (ill.)
Place of Publication
[British Columbia]
Publisher
Orca Book Publishers
Publication Date
2019
Physical Description
172 pages : colour illustrations ; 22cm
Subjects
Right to Die
Euthanasia
Suicide, Assisted
Ethics, Medical
Canada
Juvenile Literature
Popular Work
Abstract
"This nonfiction book for teens examines the complex issue of medical assistance in dying from multiple perspectives."-- Provided by publisher
ISBN
9781459818897
Language
English
Material Type
Book
Audience
Patient or Public
Location
Vancouver Library
Victoria Cancer Info Ctr
Call Number
W85.5 T216c 2019

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Patient's wish to die : research, ethics, and palliative care

https://bccalibrary.andornot.com/en/permalink/catalog120469
Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press , 2015.
Audience
Professional
Table of Contents :; PART I: Introduction -- Why it is important to know about patients? wishes to die -- PART II: Research --Illness narratives, meaning making, and epistemic injustice in research at the end of life -- Expressed desire for hastened death in seven patients living with advanced canc…
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Editor
Rehmann-Sutter, Christoph
Gudat, Heike
Ohnsorge, Kathrin
Place of Publication
Oxford, UK
Publisher
Oxford University Press
Publication Date
2015
Series
EBSCOhost eBook
Subjects
Right to Die - ethics
Suicide, Assisted - ethics
Euthanasia
Patient Participation
Attitude to Death
Palliative Care - psychology
Advance Care Planning
Terminal Care
Decision Making
Ethics, Clinical
Abstract
Table of Contents :
PART I: Introduction -- Why it is important to know about patients? wishes to die -- PART II: Research --Illness narratives, meaning making, and epistemic injustice in research at the end of life -- Expressed desire for hastened death in seven patients living with advanced cancer: a phenomenologic inquiry -- Expressed desire for hastened death: a phenomenologic inquiry? 10 years later -- Euthanasia (requests) after the implementation of the euthanasia law in Belgium in 2002. Results of empirical studies in Flanders, Belgium -- The journey to understanding the wish to hasten death -- The desire for hastened death in patients in palliative care -- Intentions, motivations, and social interactions regarding a wish to die -- Acting on a wish to die at the end of life: the Swiss situation -- Understanding older people?s wish to die -- Dialogue intermezzo: I -- PART III: Ethics -- Caring and killing in the clinic: the argument of self-determination -- Towards responsive knowing in matters of life and death -- Dealing with dilemmas around patients? wishes to die: moral case deliberation in a Dutch hospice -- End-of-life ethics from the perspectives of patients? wishes -- Dialogue intermezzo: II -- PART IV: Practice -- Issues of palliative medicine in end-of-life care -- Spirituality at the bedside: negotiating the meaning of dying -- Communication of wishes to die -- From understanding to patient-centred management: clinical pictures of a wish to die -- What does the wish to hasten death mean for the palliative patient? Clinical implications -- PART V: Conclusion -- Concluding dialogue.
ISBN
9780191023330
9780198713982
Language
English
Material Type
Ebook
Audience
Professional
Location
Internet
Website Notes
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Advance care planning in end of life care

https://bccalibrary.andornot.com/en/permalink/catalog120466
Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press , 2018. 2nd ed.
Audience
Professional
Table of Contents :; Introduction to advance care planning -- Overview and introduction to advance care planning -- What are the benefits of advance care planning and how do we know? -- An introduction to advance care planning: practice at the frontline -- Person-centred care: how does advance care…
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Editor
Thomas, Keri
Lobo, Ben
Detering, Karen
Edition
2nd ed.
Place of Publication
Oxford, UK
Publisher
Oxford University Press
Publication Date
2018
Series
EBSCOhost eBook
Subjects
Advance Care Planning
Advance Care Planning - organization & administration
Decision Making
Terminal Care
Right to Die
Abstract
Table of Contents :
Introduction to advance care planning -- Overview and introduction to advance care planning -- What are the benefits of advance care planning and how do we know? -- An introduction to advance care planning: practice at the frontline -- Person-centred care: how does advance care planning support this and what are the economic benefits? -- Advance care planning for an ageing population -- Spiritual and ethical aspects of advance care planning -- Advance care planning: a personal view and stories from the frontline -- Context and experience of advance care planning in the UK -- Advance care planning in the UK: update on policy and practice -- Advance decisions to refuse treatment and the impact of wider legislation -- Discussions and decisions about cardiopulmonary resuscitation -- The implications of the Mental Capacity Act (MCA) 2005 for advance care planning and decision making -- Experience of use of advance care planning in care homes -- Advance care planning in the community -- Advance care planning in hospices and palliative care -- Advance care planning in hospitals -- Advance care planning: thinking ahead for parents, carers, children, and young people -- Advance care planning and people with dementia -- Experience of advance care planning internationally -- Advance care planning in Australia -- Advance care planning in Canada -- Advance directives and advance care planning: the US experience -- Advance care planning in New Zealand: our Voice--to tatou reo -- Advance care planning in Germany: on track for nationwide implementation -- Advance care planning in an Asian country -- Practicalities and areas of common ground -- Communication skills and advance care planning -- Advance care planning in chronic disease: finding the known in the midst of the unknown -- Planning ahead in all areas -- A population-based approach to end-of-life care and advance care planning.
ISBN
9780198802136
9780192542359
9780192542366
Language
English
Material Type
Ebook
Audience
Professional
Location
Internet
Website Notes
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Position statement : nurses' and nursing's role in supporting a patient-centered approach to physician assisted death

https://bccalibrary.andornot.com/en/permalink/catalog113909
Association of Registered Nurses of British Columbia. [Vancouver, BC?]: Association of Registered Nurses of British Columbia , 2016.
Audience
Professional
  1 read online  
Corporate Author
Association of Registered Nurses of British Columbia
Place of Publication
[Vancouver, BC?]
Publisher
Association of Registered Nurses of British Columbia
Publication Date
2016
Subjects
Nurse's Role
Nurses - standards
Nurse Practitioners - standards
Patient Care - nursing
Patient care - ethics
Right to Die
Suicide, Assisted
Euthanasia, Active, Voluntary
Terminal Care - ethics
Terminal Care - legislation & jurisprudence
Legislation, Medical
Ethics, Nursing
Canada
Language
English
Material Type
Online
Report
Audience
Professional
Location
Internet
Website Notes
NNPBC membership is required to access position statements and policy discussion content.
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Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID) in Canada : Key Multidisciplinary Perspectives

https://bccalibrary.andornot.com/en/permalink/catalog124698
Cham, Switzerland: Springer International Publishing AG , c2023. 1st ed.
Audience
Professional
"This book, written both for a Canadian and an international readership, provides a multidisciplinary review of the framework and performance of the Canadian Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID) program. In the first five years (2015-2021) of operation, this program delivered voluntary euthanasia and…
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Editor
Kotalik, Jaro
Shannon, David W.
Edition
1st ed.
Place of Publication
Cham, Switzerland
Publisher
Springer International Publishing AG
Publication Date
c2023
Series
Proquest Ebook Central
Subjects
Suicide, Assisted
Euthanasia
Abstract
"This book, written both for a Canadian and an international readership, provides a multidisciplinary review of the framework and performance of the Canadian Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID) program. In the first five years (2015-2021) of operation, this program delivered voluntary euthanasia and assistance in suicide to over 30,000 Canadian residents, presently representing a 30% annual growth. Looking back on these first five years, the 30 Canadian scholars and clinicians contributing to this volume raise important issues and attempt to answer key questions that have arisen in regards to its operation and its stated objectives. This volume strikes the most appropriate balance between the autonomy of persons who seek medical assistance, versus the interests and protection of vulnerable persons. Finally, the book makes suggestions on how the program can presently be improved. It identifies gaps in knowledge about MAID's operational program and its impact on individuals, families and society in order to stimulate the necessary research that is essential to the evolution of a healthy and well-balanced program. As a first, comprehensive examination of medically assisted deaths in Canada, this publication will be of great value to lay, professional, academic, political audiences both domestically and internationally, especially in jurisdictions that are examining their options of permitting assisted deaths." --publisher
ISBN
9783031300011
Language
English
Material Type
Ebook
Audience
Professional
Location
Internet
Website Notes
This title is licensed for one user at a time on BC Cancer-network computers. If you are denied access while on a network computer, try again later.
This Proquest title is licensed for ONE BC Cancer staff user at a time. If you are denied access while on a network computer, please try again later.
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Death talk : the case against euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide

https://bccalibrary.andornot.com/en/permalink/catalog13899
Somerville, Margaret. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press , 2001.
Audience
Professional
Call Number
W50 S696 2001
Availability
1 copy, 1 available
Author
Somerville, Margaret
Place of Publication
Montreal
Publisher
McGill-Queen's University Press
Publication Date
2001
Subjects
Euthanasia
Suicide, Assisted
Ethics, Medical
ISBN
077352245X
Language
English
Material Type
Book
Audience
Professional
Location
Vancouver Library
Call Number
W50 S696 2001

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Embracing the end of life : help for those who accompany the dying

https://bccalibrary.andornot.com/en/permalink/catalog123549
O'Rourke, Michelle, Dufour, Eugene. [Toronto, ON]: Novalis , 2012.
Audience
Patient or Public
Call Number
BF789 D4 O74 2012
Availability
1 copy, 1 available
...offers practical tools and guidance for caregivers, from health care professionals to family members. Drawing on inspiring true stories and their own professional expertise, the authors explore key issues including loss, suffering, spiritual care, dying well, caring well, and grieving. Reflectio…
Author
O'Rourke, Michelle
Dufour, Eugene
Place of Publication
[Toronto, ON]
Publisher
Novalis
Publication Date
2012
Physical Description
190 p. ; 21 cm
Subjects
Caregivers
Terminally Ill - psychology
Terminal Care
Attitude to Death
Advance Care Planning
Family Relations - psychology
Popular Work
Abstract
...offers practical tools and guidance for caregivers, from health care professionals to family members. Drawing on inspiring true stories and their own professional expertise, the authors explore key issues including loss, suffering, spiritual care, dying well, caring well, and grieving. Reflection questions invite readers to examine their own beliefs around death and dying to better support those in their care.-- Back cover
ISBN
9782896463961
Language
English
Material Type
Book
Audience
Patient or Public
Location
Victoria Cancer Info Ctr
Call Number
BF789 D4 O74 2012
Website Notes
.

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Dying in America : improving and honoring individual preferences near the end of life

https://bccalibrary.andornot.com/en/permalink/catalog21696
Committee on Approaching Death: Addressing Key End of Life Issues, Institute of Medicine (U.S.). Washington, DC: National Academies Press , 2014.
Audience
Professional
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To comfort always : a nurse's guide to end-of-life care

https://bccalibrary.andornot.com/en/permalink/catalog122433
Norlander, Linda. Indianapolis, IN: Sigma Theta Tau International , 2014.
Audience
Professional
Contents:; Beginning -- Advance care planning -- Chronic illness and end of life -- Dementia and end of life -- Pain management : it?s more than knowing meds -- Physical symptom management -- Suffering : it?s not just the pain -- Active dying : the final days and hours -- After the death : the long…
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Author
Norlander, Linda
Place of Publication
Indianapolis, IN
Publisher
Sigma Theta Tau International
Publication Date
2014
Series
EBSCOhost eBook Nursing Collection
Subjects
Terminal Care
Nursing Care
Advance Care Planning
Abstract
Contents:
Beginning -- Advance care planning -- Chronic illness and end of life -- Dementia and end of life -- Pain management : it?s more than knowing meds -- Physical symptom management -- Suffering : it?s not just the pain -- Active dying : the final days and hours -- After the death : the long journey to the car -- Pediatric end of life : when a child is dying -- Cultural sensitivity : looking through different eyes -- Hospice : the gold standard for end-of-life care -- Ethical issues in end-of-life care -- A final note : taking care.
ISBN
9781938835506
9781938835520
Language
English
Material Type
Ebook
Audience
Professional
Location
Internet
Website Notes
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Last doctor : lessons in living from the front lines of medical assistance in dying

https://bccalibrary.andornot.com/en/permalink/catalog124407
Marmoreo, Jean, Schneller, Johanna. Toronto, ON: Viking Press , 2022.
Audience
Patient or Public
Call Number
WB65 M352 2022
Availability
2 copies, 2 available
"An urgently important exploration of the human stories behind Canada's evolving acceptance of Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD), from one of its first and most thoughtful practitioners. The Last Doctor recounts Marmoreo's crash course in MAiD and introduces a range of very different and memorable…
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Author
Marmoreo, Jean
Schneller, Johanna
Place of Publication
Toronto, ON
Publisher
Viking Press
Publication Date
2022
Series
Proquest Ebook Central
Subjects
Terminally Ill
Dying, Assisted
Patient-directed death
Euthanasia
Physician-Patient Relations
Canada
Popular Work
Abstract
"An urgently important exploration of the human stories behind Canada's evolving acceptance of Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD), from one of its first and most thoughtful practitioners. The Last Doctor recounts Marmoreo's crash course in MAiD and introduces a range of very different and memorable patients, some aged, some suffering from degenerative conditions or with a terminal disease, some surrounded by supportive love, some quite alone, who ask her help to end their suffering with dignity and on their own terms. Dr. Marmoreo also shares her own emotional transformation as she climbs a steep learning curve and learns the intimate truths of the vast range of end-of-life situations" -- Provided by publisher.
ISBN
9780735241077
9780735241084
Language
English
Material Type
Book
Ebook
Audience
Patient or Public
Location
Victoria Cancer Info Ctr
Vancouver Library
Call Number
WB65 M352 2022
Website Notes
Patients and the public of BC and the Yukon can access this title by emailing library@bccancer.bc.ca or calling 1.888.675.8001 x 7000 (toll-free) to obtain a username and password.
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Royal Society of Canada Expert Panel : end-of-life decision making : report

https://bccalibrary.andornot.com/en/permalink/catalog20773
Sch√ľklenk, Udo. [Ottawa, ON]: Royal Society of Canada , 2011.
Audience
Professional
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Caregiver's guide : a handbook about end-of-life care

https://bccalibrary.andornot.com/en/permalink/catalog19460
Macmillan, Karen. [Ottawa, ON]: Military and Hospitaller Order of St. Lazarus of Jerusalem | Canadian Hospice Palliative Care Association , 2009.
Audience
Patient or Public
Call Number
WB310 C271 2009
Availability
2 copies, 2 available
Alternate Title
Caregiver's guide
Handbook about end of life care
Author
Macmillan, Karen
Corporate Author
Canadian Hospice Palliative Care Association
Place of Publication
[Ottawa, ON]
Publisher
Military and Hospitaller Order of St. Lazarus of Jerusalem
Canadian Hospice Palliative Care Association
Publication Date
2009
Physical Description
xii, 132 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Subjects
Caregivers
Palliative Care
Hospice Care
Terminal Care
Advance Care Planning
Terminally Ill
Handbooks
ISBN
9780968670057
Language
Chinese
Material Type
Book
Audience
Patient or Public
Location
Vancouver Library
Vancouver Cancer Info Ctr
Call Number
WB310 C271 2009

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Hastings Center guidelines for decisions on life-sustaining treatment and care near the end of life

https://bccalibrary.andornot.com/en/permalink/catalog21049
Berlinger, Nancy, Jennings, Bruce, Wolf, Susan M. Oxford: Oxford University Press , 2013. rev. and expanded 2nd ed.
Audience
Professional
Call Number
WX162 B515 2013
Availability
1 copy, 1 available
Author
Berlinger, Nancy
Jennings, Bruce
Wolf, Susan M
Edition
rev. and expanded 2nd ed.
Place of Publication
Oxford
Publisher
Oxford University Press
Publication Date
2013
Physical Description
xxii, 240 p. ; 26 cm.
Subjects
Life Support Care - standards
Life Support Care - ethics
Terminal Care - standards
Terminal Care - ethics
Advance Care Planning
Decision Making
ISBN
9780199974559
Language
English
Material Type
Book
Audience
Professional
Location
Vancouver Library
Call Number
WX162 B515 2013

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D-word : talking about dying : a guide for relatives, friends and carers

https://bccalibrary.andornot.com/en/permalink/catalog19576
Brayne, Sue. New York, NY: Continuum , 2010.
Audience
Patient or Public
Call Number
BF789 D4 B827 2010
Availability
2 copies, 2 available
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Author
Brayne, Sue
Place of Publication
New York, NY
Publisher
Continuum
Publication Date
2010
Physical Description
xix, 172 p. ; ill. ; 22 cm.
Subjects
Death - psychology
Terminally Ill
Terminal Care
Attitude to Death
Advance Care Planning
Popular Work
ISBN
9781441186799
Language
English
Material Type
Book
Audience
Patient or Public
Location
Vancouver Library
Victoria Cancer Info Ctr
Call Number
BF789 D4 B827 2010
Website Notes
Companion website
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Finding peace at the end of life : a death doula's guide for families and caregivers

https://bccalibrary.andornot.com/en/permalink/catalog124343
Fersko-Weiss, Henry, Tisdale, Sallie. Newburyport, MA: Red Wheel , 2020.
Audience
Patient or Public
Call Number
BF789 D4 F399f 2020
Availability
2 copies, 2 available
Author
Fersko-Weiss, Henry
Tisdale, Sallie
Place of Publication
Newburyport, MA
Publisher
Red Wheel
Publication Date
2020
Subjects
Terminally Ill
Doulas
Hospice Care - psychology
Terminal Care
Attitude to Death
Advance Care Planning
Caregivers
Popular Work
Notes
Previously published as Caring for the dying in 2017 by Conari Press"--Title page verso.
ISBN
9781590035023
Language
English
Material Type
Book
Audience
Patient or Public
Location
Vancouver Library
Victoria Cancer Info Ctr
Call Number
BF789 D4 F399f 2020

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Caring for the dying: the doula approach to a meaningful death

https://bccalibrary.andornot.com/en/permalink/catalog120954
Fersko-Weiss, Henry. Newburyport, MA: Conari Press , 2017.
Audience
Patient or Public
Call Number
BF789 D4 F399 2017
Availability
1 copy, 1 available
"The doula approach to death offers opportunities to explore the meaning of a life and to convey that meaning through legacy work. Based on the model of care provided by birth doulas, it emphasized thoughtful planning for how the last days should look, sound, and feel ... and provides emotional and…
Author
Fersko-Weiss, Henry
Place of Publication
Newburyport, MA
Publisher
Conari Press
Publication Date
2017
Physical Description
xiv, 222 p. ; 24 cm.
Subjects
Terminally Ill - psychology
Doulas
Hospice Care - psychology
Terminal Care
Attitude to Death
Advance Care Planning
Caregivers
Popular Work
Abstract
"The doula approach to death offers opportunities to explore the meaning of a life and to convey that meaning through legacy work. Based on the model of care provided by birth doulas, it emphasized thoughtful planning for how the last days should look, sound, and feel ... and provides emotional and spiritual support for both the dying person and their loved ones." - Cover
Notes
A gentle guide for families and caregivers - Cover
ISBN
9781573246965
1573246964
Language
English
Material Type
Book
Audience
Patient or Public
Location
Vancouver Library
Call Number
BF789 D4 F399 2017
Website Notes
This resource was purchased with a donation from the Order of the Eastern Star.

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Exit : the life and death planner

https://bccalibrary.andornot.com/en/permalink/catalog20883
Fines, Laura, Leznoff, Glenda. [Vancouver, BC?]: Laura Fines | Glenda Leznoff , 2012.
Audience
Patient or Public
Call Number
W85.5 F495 2012
Availability
1 copy, 1 available
Author
Fines, Laura
Leznoff, Glenda
Place of Publication
[Vancouver, BC?]
Publisher
Laura Fines
Glenda Leznoff
Publication Date
2012
Physical Description
152 p. ; 28 cm.
Subjects
Advance Care Planning
Patient Care Planning
Decision Making
Terminal Care
Advance Directives
British Columbia
Popular Work
ISBN
9780988152403
Language
English
Material Type
Book
Audience
Patient or Public
Location
Vancouver Library
Call Number
W85.5 F495 2012

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Consider the conversation : a documentary on a taboo subject

https://bccalibrary.andornot.com/en/permalink/catalog20182
Bernhagen, Michael, Kaldhusdal, Terry. Shorewood, WI: Burning Hay Wagon Production , 2011.
Audience
Professional
Call Number
WB310 C755 2011
Availability
1 copy, 1 available
Wishes; History; What's next?; Hope; Magic; Conflict; 100 things; Conversation; Why?; Credits
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Author
Bernhagen, Michael
Kaldhusdal, Terry
Place of Publication
Shorewood, WI
Publisher
Burning Hay Wagon Production
Publication Date
2011
Physical Description
60 minutes + 1 guide
Subjects
Terminally Ill
Attitude to Death
Terminal Care
Hospice Care
Advance Care Planning
Right to Die
Social Support
Communication
Decision Making
Professional-Patient Relations
Interpersonal Relations
Documentaries and Factual Films
Abstract
Wishes
History
What's next?
Hope
Magic
Conflict
100 things
Conversation
Why?
Credits
Language
English
Material Type
Video
DVD
Audience
Professional
Location
Vancouver Library AV Room
Call Number
WB310 C755 2011
Website Notes
URL links to the discussion guide.
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