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Papers On Nursing / Birth Through Death
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Death & Dying : 6 pages in length. Discusses death & dying
in considerable detail. Covered are life expectancy, the process
of dying, stages of approaching death and coping. Bibliography
not available. Death&dy.wps

Death & Dying : In 5 pages the author discusses the issue of
death and dying as based on the work of Philip Larkin, Ernest
Becker, and Richard W. Momeyer, and answers the question of
whether Becker and Larkin share the same absolute terror of
death. Momeyer sees Death Anxiety as constructive. The
author discusses why this view would be particularly important
for the health care professional. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

Nursing / Ethical Issues Concerning The Withholding Of
Treatment :
A 4 page paper on a nurse's experiences
withdrawing nutrition and hydration from terminally ill patients.
The writer details her experiences with such patients and the
ethical and emotional issues involved. Ethical arguments are
made. Bibliography lists 2 sources from nursing journals.

Nursing / Ethical Issues Concerning Assisted Suicide :
A 5 page essay exploring a nurse's experience with patients
requesting assisted suicide. The writer describes the experience
from a firsthand perspective and then presents the position held
by the American Nursing Association on this controversial
issue. The ANA is opposed to assisted suicide but the writer
reports feeling a strong desire to help one particular patient in
their quest to end suffering and die-- This ethical dilemma is
discussed in great detail. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

Euthanasia / Issues for Nursing : A 9 page research paper
that considers the medical, personal and legal issues of
euthanasia as they relate to nursing. Other topics discussed
include voluntary vs. murder, moral and ethical issues, and
religious and legal conflicts. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

Nurses & Euthanasia - When Ethics Conflict : An 8 page
essay that examines the moral dilemmas faced by nurses as they
try to reconcile the Nurse's Code to euthanasia and the rioht to
die issue. Discussed are the three ethics of autonomy,
beneficence, and nonmaleficence and how these ethics should
be applied in situations involving euthanasia. Bibliography lists
5 sources. LCNurse.wps

Lawsuit Erupting From Nurse’s Decision Not To Save A
Terminally Ill Patient :
A 6 page paper that considers a
specific civil law suit that resulted from a nurses choice not to
resuscitate a terminally ill patient. This paper considers the
rea{ons behind the loss of her job and a law suit filed against
the hospital for their negligence. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

Fearing and Dealing with Death : A 3 page essay & article
review discussing the Western view and fear of death.
Comments are made about how we foolishly dress up the
deceased and even make them up with cosmetics. The writer
suggests that we are afraid of death but that those who can
clearly define what it is they wan| out of life will not always be
as fearful. To accept death is to live peacefully and to have
goals achieved is to die peacefully. No bibliography. Dying.wps

Kubler-Ross' Death / The Final Stage of Growth : 8 pages in
length. America, says Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, is a death-denying
society. We all know death is going to happen to us, but we act
as if it’s not. Even when we hear of the death of an elderly
acquaintance, we ask what was wrong with him -- as though
death were somehow a rare or abnormal condition caused by
something he did. This thoughtful essay and review of Kubler's
well-known book argues that the American method of handling
the subject of death is injurious to both the dying and their
survivors. The primary source is quoted and full citation is
provided. Death.wps

Ethical Issues In The Book “How Do We Die ?” : A 4 page
essay on the ethical issues in the book How Do We Die. The
writer details subjects covered in the book and the author's
general theory that since death is inevitable, it should be treated
with dignity and compassion. No additional sources cited.

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