Sherwin Nuland's "How We Die" Analytical Essay by The Research Group

Sherwin Nuland's "How We Die"
A review of Sherwin Nuland's book, "How We Die" about death and dying.
# 72522 | 1,575 words | 1 source | APA | 2004 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2004 in English (Analysis) , Medical and Health (General)

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This paper discusses and reviews the theme of death and dying in Sherwin Nuland's book, "How We Die". The paper explains that the book looks at the effects that death and premature dying have on the patient and the patient's family. The paper also looks at the psycho-emotional effects of dying described in the book as well as how the book describes the process of dying and death from a medical perspective.

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"How We Die" by Sherwin B Nuland is a text describing the mechanisms of a number of diseases or conditions that lead in many instances to premature death and which, in all cases, are accompanied by a number of disabling physical effects and equally traumatic psychological impacts experienced by the patient and his or her family. Nuland, himself a surgeon and medical educator, is as concerned with describing the psycho-emotional effects of dying as he is with describing the..."

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