RIGHT-TO-DIE HOSPICE

by James Leonard Park





Introduction:
Right-to-Die Hospice

Chapter 1:
Seeking Better Cooperation between
the Hospice Movement and the Right-to-Die Movement

Chapter 2:
Safeguards for Making Life-Ending Decisions in a Right-to-Die Hospice

Chapter 3:
Good Death Hospice: Creating the First Right-to-Die Hospice

Chapter 4:
Methods of Managing Dying in a Right-to-Die Hospice

Chapter 5:
Increasing Pain-Medication:
Easing the Passage into Death

Chapter 6:
Terminal Sedation:
Dying in Your Sleep
Guaranteed

Chapter 7:
Pulling the Plug:
A Paradigm for Life-Ending Decisions

Chapter 8:
VDD:
Why Giving Up Water is Better than other Means of Voluntary Death

Chapter 9:
Voluntary Death by Dehydration:
Safeguards to Make Sure it is a Wise Choice

Chapter 10:
Gentle Poison:
The Demand for Quick Death


Chapter 11:
Choosing Your Own Pathway towards Death


Chapter 12:
Choosing Your Date of Death:
How to Achieve a Timely Death
Not Too Soon, Not Too Late

Chapter 13:
The One-Month-Less Club:
Live Well Now, Omit the Last Month

Chapter 14:
Completed Life or Premature Death?


Chapter 15:
Life-Ending Decisions for Alzheimer's Patients


Chapter 16:
How Right-to-Die Hospice Differs from Traditional Hospice Service




Created October 1, 2015; Revised 10-7-2015; 11-23-2015; 12-22-2015; 12-23-2015;
1-1-2016; 1-8-2016; 3-24-2016; 11-3-2016; 1-19-2017;



WOULD YOU LIKE TO MEET OTHER SUPPORTERS
OF RIGHT-TO-DIE HOSPICE?

If you would like to discuss these principles for a right-to-die hospice service,
consider joining a Facebook Group and Seminar called Right-to-Die Hospice.
This discussion group is completely free of charge.
And members are welcome to join from anywhere on Earth.

Here is a complete description of this on-line gathering of advocates of the right-to-die:
http://www.tc.umn.edu/~parkx032/ED-RTDH.html.

And here is the direct link to our Facebook Group:
Right-to-Die Hospice:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/145796889119091/



Would you like to read more about the right-to-die?
Consider reading another free book on the Internet:
How to Die: Safeguards for Life-Ending Decisions.






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The contents of this page have not been reviewed or approved by the University of Minnesota.