If it is your job to notify a family that a death has occurred-or is soon expected-how do you do it right? Using vivid examples, Leash guides the reader through this difficult task in a wide variety of situations. His research and personal experience will help you to meet the family's needs in a constructive, helpful way-and to avoid the all-too-common mistakes that can compound the tragedy. Important reading for physicians, nurses, emergency personnel, clergy, law enforcement, military, and social workers.
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