The Resource --And a time to die : how American hospitals shape the end of life, Sharon R. Kaufman
- --And a time to die : how American hospitals shape the end of life, Sharon R. Kaufman
- Title remainder
- how American hospitals shape the end of life
- Statement of responsibility
- Sharon R. Kaufman
- "A Lisa Drew book."
- Bibliography note
- Includes bibliographical references (p. 371-386) and index
- Introduction -- pt. I. The predicament : death becomes a new kind of problem -- Death and hospital culture -- Death in life : the "person" and the experience of dying -- pt. II. The hospital system : time and the power of the pathway -- Transforming time : from deathwatch to billable treatments -- Moving things along : The heroic intervention pathway ; The paradox of resuscitation: approach/avoidance on the heroic pathway ; The revolving door pathway -- Waiting : Obstructing the order of things ; "Let's wait and see": the indeterminate condition of old age ; Agreement and anticipation: watchful waiting -- pt. III. The politics and rhetoric of the patient's condition : "suffering," "dignity," and the "quality of life" -- Death by design -- Life support -- Hidden places : the zone of indistinction as a way of life : The specialized unit: routines without pathways, life with no end ; The shadow side of "death with dignity" -- Culture in the making
- Control code
- 23 cm
- x, 400 p.
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