Wishes To Die For: A Caregiver’s Guide to Advance Care Directives
By Kevin J. Haselhorst, MD
Publisher: Tranquility Publications
Published: March 1, 2016
Genre: Health, Mind & Body, Self-Help
Formats Available For Review: pdf, epub
“What are your wishes?” Dr. Kevin Haselhorst has posed this question to his patients for years while practicing emergency medicine. Patients inevitably say, “You tell me. You’re the doctor.” Dr. H. has taken this task to heart while writing Wishes to Die For. Empathy, being an inside journey, is the art of medicine that builds mutual respect between physicians, patients and family members.
While Advance Care Directives are the voice for those who can no longer speak, Dr. H offers impassioned words about the value of ACDs as a spiritual undertaking and declaration. Advance care planning as preventative medicine emboldens readers to eventually graduate from Alpha care to Omega care through traditional guidelines for higher education.
Wishes To Die For enables patients and caregivers a better understanding of how to:
• Establish an individual and identifiable meaning and goal for dignity.
• Preregister by completing an ACD during the prime of life.
• Visualize priorities and values being balanced with work and rest.
• Experience life’s trials and tribulations as the evolution of virtue.
• Create a definitive finish line and realize lifetime achievement.
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