Moral Distress in Healthcare: The Value of Dying With Dignity
Recently I watched my only sister lose her battle with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia, after complications from severe post-graft-versus-host syndrome infection. It was five months from diagnosis to her death at 46 years of age. As she was a brittle diabetic since birth, I became more of a mother to her than a sister over her lifetime, as nearly a decade separated us in age. It was almost like losing another child for me.
Jul 1, 2012
How to Cite
ROACH, Corry. Moral Distress in Healthcare: The Value of Dying With Dignity. International Journal of Existential Positive Psychology, [S.l.], v. 4, n. 1, p. 7, july 2012. ISSN 1708-1696. Available at: <http://journal.existentialpsychology.org/index.php/ExPsy/article/view/189>. Date accessed: 17 feb. 2020.
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