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Title Dying at the margins : reflections on justice and healing for inner-city poor / edited by David Wendell Moller
Published New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2019]
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Description 1 online resource (xxviii, 254 pages ): illustrations
Contents Strangers among us: poverty, race, and the end of life / David Wendell Moller -- Cowboy: from southern plantation to urban homelessness: a portrait of an American life / David Wendell Moller -- Notes from the trenches: a conversation with Cowboy and his team / Terry Altilio -- Exploring the experiences of Mr. J.W. Green: injustice, poverty, mistreatment and evil surrounding serious illness and death in poor African-American people / Richard Payne -- The whites: expressing unimaginable indignities / Christian T. Sinclair -- The story of Annie: gratitude and faith / Betty R. Ferrell -- Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler: life on the brink / Robert Arnold -- The life and death of Lucille Angel from primary care, chaplaincy, and palliative care perspectives / Rachel Diamond, Rev. Robin Franklin, and Timothy Quill -- Dying poor needn't mean dying poorly: insights from a safety-net hospital palliative care program / Gregory P. Gramelspacher and Richard Gunderman -- Notes from the trenches: on social injustice: race, class, and health disparity / F. Amos Bailey -- Notes from the trenches: in the shadows: living, dying, and caring at the margins / Kimberly Curseen and Tammie E. Quest -- Reflections on an urban Thoreau: a peaceful ending to the life of Cowboy / David Wendell Moller -- Cowboy's legacy: reflections on end-of-life care of the urban poor / Shirley Otis-Green -- Epilogue: a call to action: caring at the margins / Diane Meier and Stacie Sinclair -- A final muse: on solidarity with those at the margins / David Wendell Moller
Notes An illuminating and timely follow up to Dancing with Broken Bones, all discussions revolve around the actual experiences of the patients previously documented, encouraging a greater understanding about the needs of the dying poor, advocating for them, and developing best practices in caring"--ECIP data view
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Description based on print version record
Subject Terminal Care
Terminally Ill
Death
Poverty Areas
Urban Population
Death -- Social aspects -- United States
Terminal care -- United States -- Case studies
Urban poor -- United States -- Death -- Case studies
Death -- Social aspects.
Terminal care.
United States
United States.
Genre/Form Student Life and Profession Collection
Case studies.
Form Electronic book
Author Moller, David Wendell, editor
Preceded by (work): Moller, David Wendell. Dancing with broken bones
ISBN 019091811X (electronic bk.)
9780190918118 (electronic bk.)
Other Titles Reflections on justice and healing for inner-city poor