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Care at the Close of Life
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Part E Psychological, Social, and Spiritual Issues > Chapter 28. Physician Opportunities to Support Family Caregivers at the End of Life: “They Don’t Know What They Don’t Know” > Perspectives > The Physician's Responsibilities to Family >
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Empathy
Understanding, being aware of, being sensitive to, and vicariously experiencing the feelings, thoughts, and experience of another without having the...
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Beyond Advance Directives: James A. Tulsky, MD, discusses moving beyond advance directives when communicating with patients at the end of life. (8:50)

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