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On Death and Dying Audio CD – Abridged, Audiobook, CD
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It was written in the late 1960s, but its findings are as relevant today as ever.
It became a textbook read in every medical school in the world, and its messages informed a generation of those responsible for institutional end-of-life care.
I bought it for background reading during research I needed to do to write a history of the hospice in my hometown in New Zealand, New Plymouth.
It's incredibly informative, and I can see how it would radically change approaches in the western world's hospices and medical wards.
The sad thing is the author's name has disappeared from the reference lists of modern texts on this topic, and I suspect for a bizarre reason.
When she was in her 90s, Kubler-Ross wrote a last book on the subject of whether there is an after-life.
She was convinced one exists, after observing what happened to blind patients who suffered a near-death event and despite their lack of vision were able to describe what members of the life-saving crash team wore.
She interviewed many patients with similar stories to tell, which persuaded her that something existed for us after we departed this life.
But her views were debunked, and her credibility was destroyed.
The findings she made in this earlier book are strongly present in many of the books that have followed - but she gets no credit for them.
It amounts to a massive case of intellectual dishonesty on the part of those who fail to recognise her fundamental contribution