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Cassel, Christine K, ed , Approaching Death: Improving Care at the End of Life, National Academy Press, 1997.

This study by the Institute of Medicine to evaluate end-of-life care examines such topics as patients' preferences, barriers to high-quality care, and the state of knowledge in the field, and it concludes with steps for improvement

Kubler-Ross, Elisabeth, On Death and Dying, 1969, reprinted, Collier Books, 1997.

This book was originally published more than thirty years ago and became one of the most important psychological studies of the late twentieth century Dr Ross explores the now-famous five stages of death that have become a standard reference for understanding the psychological state of mind of someone who is facing imminent death

Miller, Sukie, and Suzanne Lipsett, After Death- How People around the WorldMap the Journey after We Die, Touchstone Books, 1998

This book was written from case studies Miller collected during her own psychotherapy practice It...

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