Leaflet for patients and families: What happens when someone is dying.
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California Health Foundation. Gather Round: Understanding How Culture Frames End-of-Life
Choices for Patients and Families. 2014
Milford Care Centre: Compassionate Communities. Let’s talk about illness, death and dying
(Videos for patients, families and professionals: public awareness projects)
Alzheimer Scotland. Talking about death and dementia