2 Aug 2010 Atul Gawande explores the difference between standard medical care and hospice for terminal patients.
24 Jul 2014 Letting Go | Atul Gawande, August 2010. This is a great look at end-of-life care in the United States, especially the disconnect between how
10 Feb 2015 For Gawande, a New Yorker writer and a renowned surgeon at piece I wrote called “Letting Go,” about a woman named Sara Monopoli who I
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29 Jul 2010 Atul Gawande examines the paradoxes of end-of-life care and illness in an excellent article, "Letting Go," in the August 2 New Yorker.
Atul Gawande, MD, MPH, is a surgeon, writer, and public health researcher. The New Yorker, Jun 2, 2018 Letting Go. The New Yorker, Apr 5, 2010
29 Jul 2010 Surgeon and New Yorker writer Atul Gawande examines the difficulties on improving the final days of life in his article "Letting Go" in the Aug.
15 Aug 2010 Atul Gawande's essay on end-of-life care in this month's New Yorker In “ Letting Go,” Atul uses one term I'd never heard before, saying that
28 Jul 2010 Summary: In the August 2 issue of the New Yorker, Boston surgeon Atul Gawande writes about the ambiguities that plague end-of-life care.
3 Aug 2011 In “Letting Go,” an illuminating article on care for the dying, the surgeon and Atul Gawande, “Letting Go,” The New Yorker, July 26, 2010
28 Jul 2010 ANNALS OF MEDICINE LETTING GO What should medicine do when it can't save your life? by Atul Gawande The New Yorker August 2, 2010.
5 Feb 2015 10, Dr. Atul Gawande argues for better care for us all. He first wrote about the topic in a New Yorker article, Letting Go, then in the bestselling
THE NEW YORKER, JANUARY 24, 2011. 41. MEDICAL REPORT BY ATUL GAWANDE. If Camden, New Jersey Brenner couldn't let it go. He was thirty- one
1 Jul 2016 A week after he arrived, new metastases compressed his spinal cord, paralyzing him from the waist down. In an elegant essay entitled “Letting go: What should medicine do when it can't save your life?” (2010), surgeon and author Atul Gawande explains that although death is still The New Yorker.
3 Aug 2010 Difficulties in "Letting Go" When Medicine Can Do Little More However, "talking about dying is enormously fraught," writes Atul Gawande, MD, a general But in writing on the topic at length in the New Yorker, a magazine
22 Sep 2015 to end-of-life care is captured in an essay by Atul Gawande, M.D., in The New Yorker (8/2/10) entitled: “Letting Go! What Should Medicine Do
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Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End is a 2014 non-fiction book by American surgeon Atul Gawande. He postulates that hospice is the most humane model of care. The book includes two of Gawande's New Yorker essays, which make up two of the book's eight chapters: "Things Fall Apart" and "Letting Go".