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Book Review: “Extreme Measures” by Jessica Nutik-Zitter, M.D.:An ICU physician discusses the American way of death and points towards a new approach
Caregivers Rarely Screened for Depression and Anxiety, Study Shows:Early assessment and intervention for mental health issues may help caregivers cope
“If” by Bread:A memorial song with a romantic view of the end of life
Tag Archives: learning
Musings on student deaths and how teachers and their communities can deal with the tragedy
Rick Ayers’ book “An Empty Seat in Class” deals with an issue that many of us probably don’t consider very often: how the death of a student impacts teachers. “An Empty Seat in Class” is comprised of 10 sections, each dealing … Continue reading