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Dying Fast and Slow: Improving Quality of Dying and Preventing Untimely Deaths (video)

Earlier this month, a day-long conference at Saint Louis University engaged ongoing ethical and legal questions about policies and practices that hinder effective communication about dying, impact utilization and quality of services that improve dying—such as palliative care and hospice—and lead to conflict and engagement of the legal system at end of life. 

Video of all sessions of the conference (including me in session 2) are now available.

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