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Assisted: a doctor's story of assisting death and embracing life Stefanie Green.

Assisted: a doctor's story of assisting death and embracing life Stefanie Green.
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Shelf Location Collection Volume Ref. Branch Status Due Date Res.
179.7/GRE
Society & Culture   Old Bar . On Loan . 3 Jun 2022
179.7/GRE
Society & Culture   Forster . Available .  
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ISBN 9781760529154
Shelf Location 179.7/GRE
Author Green, Stefanie
Title Assisted : a doctor's story of assisting death and embracing life / Stefanie Green.
Publication Details Crows Nest, NSW: ©2022 Allen & Unwin,
Collation 295 pages : charts ; 24 cm. ;
General Note First published in the United States as "This is assisted dying" in 2022 by Scribner, an imprint of Simon & Schuster, Inc.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 275-279) and index.
Abstract/Summary What if you could decide, at the end of your life, exactly when and where your death would happen? What if instead of dying alone, in the middle of the night, in a hospital bed, you could be at home at a time of your choosing? You could decide who would be in the room with you, holding your hand, or embracing you as you left this earth. And what if a doctor could help ensure that your death was comfortable, peaceful, and dignified? This option is now available to many: what does it look like in practice? Dr Stefanie Green shares the most intimate moments of her first year as a doctor delivering medically assisted dying. She recounts the courageous stories of her patients and the tender, funny and sometimes absurd and confronting details of how our last days can unfold. This is also the story of her transition from assisting births to assisting deaths, and how she sustains herself in order to be able to assist others. For anyone who wants to understand what it might be like to have an assisted death, and for health professionals considering working in this area, Dr Green's account offers a precious insight.
Subject Green, Stefanie
Assisted suicide
Assisted suicide -- Moral and ethical aspects
Euthanasia -- Law and legislation -- Canada
Right to die -- Canada -- Anecdotes
Euthanasia -- Canada -- Anecdotes
Women physicians -- Canada -- Anecdotes
Personal narratives
Anecdotes
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