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Medical Opinion & Review On Death and Dying can help us face, professionally and personally, the end of life. -- Review
LifeA profound lesson for the living.
Medical Opinion & ReviewOn Death and Dying can help us face, professionally and personally, the end of life.
Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, M.D., is a medical doctor, psychiatrist, and internationally renowned thanatologist. Her books include The Wheel of Life, AIDS, and Questions and Answers on Death and Dying.See all Editorial Reviews
this was my second novel from this author, little info, just recorded conversations between Dr. and patient. Try a different version for better info.Published 1 day ago by Jannurse
Its a great book, that gives you an insight on her work with dying patients. Personally it makes it easier in a way to confront my own death or the death of people around me.Published 24 days ago by R.Lichtenberg
This is her break-through book for today's more palliative care for the dying. Dignity. It is somewhat academic but I strongly suggest you read this first and then her book... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Linda J.
the classic book for those dealing with the death of a loved onePublished 1 month ago by Melinda Malico
Classic text on death and dying. Kubler-Ross wrote this modern day text book on grieving while working as a psychiatrist in an old peoples home.(from memory). Read morePublished 1 month ago by Peter Jones
If you are dying, or may be dying according to doctors and such, OR if you are a lover or care-taker or relative, or even friend and want to understand what they are going through,... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Frank Carter
Kubler - Ross tenderly explains and aids in understanding grief and loss.Published 2 months ago by James E. and Joanne Diffenbaugh
Have not yet completed this book, but it has helped me understand & provided comfort through my grief with the sudden loss of my husband.Published 2 months ago by Sue E. Matonis