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Pastoral Thanatology Education and Article On Facing Terminal Cancer

Pastoral Thanatology Education and Article On Facing Terminal Cancer

It is a horrible death sentence to face terminal cancer.  Some never can accept it but others through strength of the human spirit face it bravely and live life one day at a time.  They see beyond this world. The article states “I’m a doer,” Mr Fonovic told 891 ABC Adelaide’s Mornings program. Mr Fonovic joined the program to discuss a topic most people dread — death. “I’ve arranged my funeral right down to my flowers — but don’t bring tissues, bring a tambourine,” he said. Mr Fonovic said he was neither sad nor scared of his approaching death, and

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Multiple Care Transitions Identified in End-of-Life Care for Hospice Patients | Yale School of Public Health

Multiple Care Transitions Identified in End-of-Life Care for Hospice Patients | Yale School of Public Health

Sourced through Scoop.it from: publichealth.yale.edu Multiple transitions from new facilities to others due to arising problems for the terminal ill person are a common disruption in hospice.  This article reviews some of the issues If you would like to learn more about pastoral thanatology education, then please review and see if the program in pastoral thanatology matches your academic and professional needs.  Please let us know if you have any questions on the program #pastoralthanatologyeducation

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Euthanasia: A Pastoral Care Paradox?

Euthanasia: A Pastoral Care Paradox?

Pastoral Care and Euthanasia Many in pastoral care are faced with the dilemma of euthanasia.  Although banned in many states, the right to die movement is a powerful one.  This movement, however, is far from pastoral.  It may paint images of taking someone out of their misery with compassion or ironically tying the words “mercy” and “killing” together, but if one looks beyond this, one will find nothing pastoral regarding euthanasia. Euthansia is murder.  It is that simple and those who seek to bring Christ to the dying and wish to represent a pastoral element can never condone it.  Euthanais is suicide of despair.  It is the