Resources

There are several helpful resources available to learn more about advance care planning and related topics.  We will add to this list as new resources are identified or are brought to our attention.

WEBSITES

THE FOLLOWING ARE EXCELLENT REFERENCEES.  CHECK YOUR LOCAL LIBRARY OR BOOKSTORE FOR AVAILABILITY

  • Appleton, Michael, Ph.D.  Good End: End-of-Life Concerns and Conversations about Hospice and Palliative Care.
  • Brody, Jane.  Jane Brody’s Guide to the Great Beyond: A practical primer to help you and your loved ones prepare medically, legally, and emotionally for the end of life.
  • Byock, Ira, M.D.  The Best Care Possible:  A Physician’s quest to transform care through the end of life.
  • Callahan, Maggie.  Final Gifts:  Understanding the Special Awareness, Needs and Communications of the Dying.
  • Callahan, Maggie.  Final Journeys; A practical guide for bringing care and comfort at the end of life.
  • Craddock, Fred.  Speaking of Dying:  Recovering the Church’s Voice in the Face of Death.
  • Fitzpatrick, Jeanne, M.D. and Eileen M. Fitzpatrick, J.D.  A Better Way of Dying: How to make the best choices at the end of life.
  • Gordan, Jeff, M.D.  A Death Prolonged.
  • Gutkind, Lee.  At the End of Life:  True Stories about how we die.
  • Moll, Rob.  The Art of Dying:  Living Fully Into the Life to Come. 
  • Rogne, Leah, Ph.D and Susana McCune M.A. Advance Care Planning: Communicating about matters of Life and Death.
  • Thomas, Keri and Ben Lobo. Advance Care Planning in End of Life Care.
  • Wise, Robert L. Crossing the Threshold of Eternity; What the Dying can Teach the Living
  • DVD  Frontline:  Facing Death

 

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