PORTAL FOR

ADVANCE DIRECTIVES
FOR MEDICAL CARE

    This collection of Internet links gathers information
about Advance Directives for Medical Care.
Advance Directives are legal documents that explain
what we want and do not want at the end of our lives.

Books on Advance Directives for Medical Care .
This is a comprehensive annotated bibliography
reviewing and evaluating several books about Advance Directives.
 
Planning for Death: Creating Your Own Advance Directive for Medical Care
This is a set of course descriptions for a workshop discussing
how to create Advance Directives for Medical Care.

Advance Directives for Medical Care
This is a Facebook Seminar of 100 people from all over the world
discussing their Answers to the following 24 Questions.
See the seminar description here.

Questions for Your Advance Directive
These are the 24 basic Questions everyone should answer
in a comprehensive Advance Directive for Medical Care.

Advance Directives for Medical Care:
24 Important Questions to Answer

This Internet essay gives a brief explanation
of each of the 24 Questions for a comprehensive Advance Directive.

Choosing Your Own Pathway Towards Death
We can specify how we want to meet death
by answering these 18 Questions.


James Park's Advance Directive
This is the April 2013 edition of the Advance Directive for James Park,
in which he gives his personal answers to the 24 basic Questions.
James Park's Advance Directive is about 50 pages long.

Your Last Year:
Creating Your Own Advance Directive for Medical Care

This is the table of contents of a comprehensive book on Advance Directives.
The above link leads to about 30 selections from the book.  
Your Last Year is organized around the basic 24 Questions,
each of which is explored in depth, suggesting some possible answers.
If you want more information about this book, click here:
Your Last Year.
 


Go to a similar portal exploring the Right-to-Die



Go to the index page for Medical Ethics .



Go to the index page for Death .


Go to the opening page for this website:
An Existential Philosopher's Museum.






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