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Links:Bill Moyers – Living With Dying

https://digital-films-com.db19.linccweb.org/p_ViewVideo.aspx?xtid=10478

NPR: Patients Want to Die at Home, But Home Hospice Care Can Be Tough on Families

https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2020/01/21/789958067/patients-want-to-die-at-home-but-home-hospice-care-can-be-tough-on-families

The Anthropocene Reviewed: Googling Strangers by John Green

Death in the Afternoon: Get your Sh*t Together by Caitlin Doughty featuring Chanel Reynolds

https://player.fm/series/death-in-the-afternoon/

get-your-sht-together

American Cancer Society: Advance Directives

https://www.cancer.org/treatment/finding-and-paying-for-treatment/understanding-financial-and-legal-matters/advance-directives.html

What is an Advance Directive?

https://www.cancer.org/treatment/finding-and-paying-for-treatment/understanding-financial-and-legal-matters/advance-directives/what-is-an-advance-health-care-directive.html

Types of Advance Directives

https://www.cancer.org/treatment/finding-and-paying-for-treatment/understanding-financial-and-legal-matters/advance-directives/types-of-advance-health-care-directives.html

Making Decisions for Your Advance Directive

https://www.cancer.org/treatment/finding-and-paying-for-treatment/understanding-financial-and-legal-matters/advance-directives/setting-up-a-good-adv-health-care-directive.html

Assisted Suicide: Research Starter

http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&AuthType=ip,shib&db=ers&AN=89158054&site=eds-live&custid=pbcc

Living & Dying: A Love Story

Living & Dying: A Love Story

The

Moth: Perfect Moments by Brian Finkelstein

https://themoth.org/stories/perfect-moments

NPR: When Doctors Struggle with Suicide, Their Professions Often Fail Them

https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2018/07/31/634217947/to-prevent-doctor-suicides-medical-industry-rethinks-how-doctors-work

NPR: A Construction Company Embraces Frank Talks About Mental Health To Reduce Suicide

https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2019/12/12/783300736/a-construction-company-embraces-frank-talk-about-mental-health-to-reduce-suicide

My Own Life

https://www.nytimes.com/2015/02/19/opinion/oliver-sacks-on-learning-he-has-terminal-cancer.html

The Moth: The Alpha Wolf told by Elizabeth Gilbert

https://themoth.org/stories/the-alpha-wolf

The loneliness of dying

http://db19.linccweb.org/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=nlebk&AN=400945&site=eds-live&ebv=EB&ppid=pp_13

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1. What is your opinion of the current health care system in the US when it comes to helping patients
and families when facing a life-limiting illness? Be sure to give specific examples and explain your
opinions. What changes could be made to improve patient care at end of life? (Take home test
questions 1-7 contain supporting evidence; you may also wish to use parts of the Bill Moyers Video
Living with Dying.)
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2. Why do you think some people may avoid filling out an advanced directive or similar document?
What kind of situations may arise when a person does not have an advanced directive in place? (You
may wish to use examples such as the ALS patient Nanci shown in the Bill Moyers video living with
Dying or Terri Schiavo and similar situations discussed in class. Take home test questions 8-13
contain supporting evidence.)
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3. What is your opinion of physician assisted death? Do you believe it goes too far, not far enough? Do
you believe there should be any restrictions on a person’s decision to end his or her life? Why or why
not? (Take home test questions 18-19 & 21 contain supporting evidence.)
4. What is your definition of suicide? What social and/or psychological factors do you believe play in to
the motivation behind suicide. Be sure to fully explain your answer to receive full credit. (Take home
test questions 14-17 contain supporting evidence.)
5. Do you think Elisabeth Kübler-Ross’s five stages model is a useful way to understand the journey
patients and caregivers experience as they come to terms with a life-limiting illness? Why or why
not? Does Corr’s task-based grief model (Physical, Psychological, Social and Spiritual) add something
that is missing from Kubler-Ross’s step-based model? Be sure to give evidence to support your
argument. (Take home test questions 20-23 contain supporting evidence.)
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