On Death and Dying Setting & Symbolism

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Seminarappears in non-fiction

A discussion group, or colloquium, held for the benefit of doctors, nurses, support staff, clergy as well as terminally ill patients and their families in the hospital, where Elisabeth Kubler-Ross and her staff of students conducted research. Patients were personally interviewed by a small team behind one-way glass and freely chose whether or not to attend. The seminar eventually evolved into an accredited college course.

Chicago Theological Seminaryappears in non-fiction

The school of the students that approached Kubler-Ross to help them with their paper on the biggest crisis in human life. At the time the book is written, the team still sees one terminally ill patient per week and interviews him or her, tape recording the dialogue.

Interdisciplinary Hospital Personnelappears in non-fiction

The Catholic hospital where Kubler-Ross's interviews were held behind a one-way mirror so that an audience could observe and the patient could be...

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