edited by Dr Peter K Panegyres and published by the Neurosciences Unit, Department of Health, Western Australia (2008)
Dying with Dignity in Neurodegenerative Disorders is a book which aims to help practitioners as well as patients, their carers and their families in this difficult and emotive clinical situation.
Dying with Dignity in Neurodegenerative Disorders covers the spectrum of topics from the neurological, political, philosophical and legal perspectives. It also contains contributions from patients, carers, nurses, palliative carers, neuropsychologists, speech therapists and other health care professionals.
This book is a result of a symposium, 'Dying with Dignity in Neurodegenerative Disorders', held on 27–28 June 2006 at the University of Western Australia (Perth).
Soft cover, 187 pages
Keywords: euthanasia, physician assisted suicide, death, dying, neurodegeneration
AUD$50 (includes GST, postage and handling)
Order your copy of Dying with Dignity in Neurodegenerative Disorders by downloading the order form and mailing to the Neurosciences Unit (address provided on order form).
The proceeds from the sale of this book will be used for research into neurodegenerative disorders in young adults.