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The Center for Practical Bioethics offers a variety of publications, video and audiotapes designed to enhance ethics education and promote discussion of ethics issues. Links are provided for free material and for items to purchase via their online store.
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Case studies provide a way for us to analyze and think-through difficult medical and moral situations. This Center for Practical Bioethics webpage links you to stories that will challenge you to think clearly as you consider options at the crossroads of decision.
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The Center to Advance Palliative Care (CAPC) is a national initiative supported by The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, with direction and technical assistance provided by the Mount Sinai School of Medicine (NY). CAPC provides health care professionals with the tools and training necessary to start and sustain successful palliative care programs.
CAPC publishes The Case for Hospital-Based Palliative Care-Why leading hospitals are starting palliative care programs to provide high-quality, effective ... Read More
Children's Hospice and Palliative Care Coalition of California is a group of organizations, institutions and individuals from throughout the State of California working together to promote compassionate medical care which includes spiritual, emotional and financial support for children with life-threatening illnesses. ...because when a child has a serious illness, medicine is not enough...
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The Chinese American Coalition for Compassionate Care, the only organization in the nation devoted to end-of-life concerns in the Chinese community, is an active working coalition of over 80 organizations and a total of almost 1300 individuals.
The CACCC was formed in December 2005 to address the lack of linguistically and culturally appropriate end-of-life information and training available to the Chinese community and those who serve it. The CACCC incorporated in 2007, and achieved 501c3 tax-exempt ... Read More
Christel Lukoff, MSW, Ph.D.
Psychotherapist and hospice social worker Christel Lukoff shares traditional folktales that metaphorically express
many of the feelings and issues encountered in grief. The stories remind us of the healing power of memories and of
ways to find an ongoing relationship with a loved one who has died. Christel’s commentaries deepen and transform our
understanding of grief and remind us how love and loss are interwoven. To order CDs from ... Read More
[Five Wishes — Advance Directive Workbook]
2000 Envejecimiento con Dignidad Spanish language version of the popular guide to completing advance directives. Funded by Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Obtain from: Aging with Dignity $1 if ordering 25 or more.
A well-indexed comprehensive site on all related topics. Palliative Care section includes recommended books with order info, Guidelines/Clinical Practices, Educational Material/Curriculum, and Excellent Organization Links.
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The Coalition for Compassionate Care of California (CCCC) is a statewide partnership of more than 95 regional and statewide organizations promoting high quality compassionate end of life care for all Californians. The California POLST Program is led by the CCCC with statewide POLST efforts guided by a 75 -member POLST Task Force. Local efforts to promote POLST and provide education were led statewide by 18 funded POLST coalitions including the Sonoma County Coalition for Compassionate Care, a program ... Read More