The Prospect for Growth at the End of Life. One view is that nurses need to respect the life of the patient by not taking their life. Johns Hopkins University Press, Rather than providing a solution to human suffering, the manner in which our society defines compassion and increasingly esteems personal autonomy may likely lead us even deeper into isolation, anguish, and despair.
Rockwell, and Missy Scott. A Palliative Ethic of Care: Is God Still at the Bedside? Euthanasia and Physician-Assisted Suicide. Decisions at the End of Life. She examines the legal issue with nurses, and how their morals will be affected by participating in PAS.
In April the editors and book critics of USA Today selected Final Exit as one of the most memorable 25 books of the last quarter century. Facts on File, Inc. For any other use, please contact Science Buddies.
Christian Practices for End-of-Life Care. A Concise History of Euthanasia: University of Notre Dame, This issue was raised in the criminal prosecutions against Dr.
For more information on the MLA format, see http: Faithful Living, Faithful Dying: Earlier generations presumably handled many of these difficult problems by having the doctor consult with the family or even possibly resolve the question without consultation.
His marriage to his next wife, Ann Wickett, an American and a co-founder of the Hemlock Societyended in when she filed for divorce; they had no children.
Ethics at the End of Life. Guidance for People Facing Serious Illness. Chris Cooper wants the terminally ill to have the right to their own life.
Pettingill, Olin Sewall, Jr. Principles and Policies for Regulating the Dying Process. He believes the competent have a right to their life, as while as the incompetent if they have an advance directive that states their life should be ended.
As cofounders of the Hemlock Society, the Humphrys were well-known leaders of the right-to-die crusade, but Ann's private feelings about euthanasia changed after her participation in her own parents' deaths.
Since it was founded inHumphry has been an adviser to the Final Exit Network. A Case Study Approach. He argues that suicide must be and often is not discussed in a broad policy context that considers treatment for depression, pain control, and end-of-life options such as hospice care.
As a result, it was just a matter of time until the public demanded the next logical step after the right to refuse treatment—the right to end their lives with their physician's help.
Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia: Using interviews with leading medical and legal architects of Dutch practices, and evaluating actual cases, Dr. As the youth of today grow older, the controversy will die out, according to the author.Jewish Ethics and the Care of End-of-Life Patients: A Collection of Rabbinical, Bioethical, Philosophical, and Juristic Opinions.
KTAV, Kiernan, Stephen. Last Rights: Rescuing the End of Life from the Medical System. New York: St. Martin's, Add tags for "Euthanasia and the right to die: bibliography-in-brief, ".
Be the first. End of Life Issues; The Right To Die PSY Life-Span Development July 13, Euthanasia, often referred to as mercy killing, easy death, or right to die, generates strong feelings both pro and con as proponents of each side passionately argue their ideological stance.
The Right to Die and Assisted Suicide, an Overview The focus of the annotated bibliography is The Right to Die by using Physician Assisted Suicide, which is a physician accepted suicide that is an option given to those with terminal illness%(1).
Annotated Bibliography Campbell, C. S., & Cox, J. C. (, September/October). Dr. Chris Cooper wants the terminally ill to have the right to their own life. He believes if the patient is in pain and the suffering can’t be controlled they have the right to die in a dignified matter.
No one should be forced to continue on with their life. Feb 11, · Your Bibliography: Barbuzzi, M. (). Who Owns the Right to Die? Who Owns the Right to Die?
An Argument about the Legal Status of Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide in Canada.Download