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#jobs #lifescience University of Nevada, Reno, School of Medicine: Research Scientist – Physiology & Cell Biology, posting 19568

// Competitive Salary: University of Nevada, Reno, School of Medicine: The University of Nevada, Reno, Physiology & Cell Biology department, is seeking candidates for a full-time research scienti...

The BMJ's views on assisted dying: non-representative of its audience

On its website, the BMA clearly states that it “opposes all forms of assisted dying” and most UK doctors oppose assisted dying.1I was therefore concerned after reading the 22-29 August issue of Th...

In Medicine, Dying Doesn't Have to be a Struggle

Grandma’s dying.   Read more about In Medicine, Dying Doesn't Have to be a

Robotics to help blind and visually impaired to recognize objects

(University of Nevada, Reno) In a collaboration between the University of Nevada, Reno and the University of Arkansas, Little Rock, researchers will develop new technology, with co-robotic functions c...

Debate Over Physician-Assisted Dying at 'Turning Point'

Several editorials in the special JAMA issue dedicated to death and dying point to a climate change in opinions about physician-assisted dying. Medscape Medical News

Woman in Reno Hospital End-of-Life Case Dies on Life Support

(ABC News) – A 20-year-old woman at the center of an end-of-life court battle over her treatment at a Reno hospital has died while still on life support, her family’s lawyer said Tuesday. ...

Dying star suffers “irregular heartbeats”

Some dying stars suffer from “irregular heartbeats,” research led by astronomers at the Univ. of Warwick has discovered.Read more about Dying star suffers “irregular h

Aid-In-Dying Advocacy Group Girds For Battles After California Victory

Compassion & Choices counts on human-interest stories to shape debate as 23 states weigh aid-in-dying bills this year.

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Lived experience of caring for dying patients in emergency room.

Dying often occurs in hospitals and frequently in emergency rooms. Understanding caring for critical and dying patients is necessary for quality nursing.

One Chance to Get it Right: understanding the new guidance for care of the dying person.

Following criticism of the Liverpool Care of the Dying Pathway (LCP), widely used to guide care of dying people in British health-care settings, the UK Government set up an independent review which in...

"Good dying" - definition and current state of research.

The advances of modern medicine did not only result in prolongation of life expectancy, but also led to a shift from dying at home to dying in public institutions. In western countries most people die...

Dying at home or in the hospital? An observational study in German general practice.

Background Although determinants of place of death have been investigated in several studies, there is a lack of knowledge on factors associated with dying at home from the general practice perspectiv...

Dying at home is more peaceful for terminally ill patients and their relatives, say researchers.

Dying at home is more peaceful than dying in hospital for terminally ill cancer patients and their relatives, latest study results suggest.

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