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Reflections on End of Life Care: Listening to the Patient (4 of 5)

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Published on Feb 7, 2012

Sister Martin Coleman, a caregiver who lives at a nursing home, says the patient's voice is critical to discussions about end-of-life care.

About this Series: In our fragmented health care system candid conversations about death and dying are far from routine. As a result, people's end of life wishes are often incompletely expressed and honored. Through a series of short films five individuals reflect on their own experiences with death and dying.

You're not a mind reader; neither are your loved ones. Talk with your family and physician about your wishes for care at the end of life. Then put them in writing!

Learn More:
http://www.chcf.org/end-of-life-care
http://www.capolst.org

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