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Date: June 8, 2005
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The self-respect, identity and freedom of the dying patient should be built up. The family must feel a sense of participation in care giving and in the decision-making. The primary care person attending to a patient at home needs support and occasional relief...
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Belief in the uniqueness of the individual is an essential part of the hospice philosophy. Two aspects of the health care system complicate this belief. The first problem is traditional health care institutions in the US were begun during the Industrial Age and are still run under the ideals of maximizing efficiency and maintaining cold precision...
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The Working, Single Mother Primary Care Vs. Secondary Care   Health Care In The United States   Euthanasia: Living Will and Hospice Care   FAMILY CARE PLANS IN THE MILITARY   Freedom In The United States   Freedom In The United States   HOSPICE CARE IN THE UNITED STATES   Should the united states provide universal health care   The strength and weaknesses of health care systems in Germany and the United States.   Victims of the United States Health Care System   ethical issues in advanced patient care   Alzheimer's Disease and Its Effect on the Patient and Care Giver   Insurance Differences and the Resulting Effects on Patient Care   Public participation in environmental decision making   United States Health Care  
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