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Will voluntary assisted dying see new social rituals evolving?

Title :
Will voluntary assisted dying see new social rituals evolving?
Authors :
Rawlings, Deb
Winsall, Megan
Miller-Lewis, Lauren
Tieman, Jennifer
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Subjects :
SOCIAL participation
ASSISTED suicide
RITES & ceremonies
QUALITATIVE research
DESCRIPTIVE statistics
DATA analysis software
THEMATIC analysis
Source :
Australian Nursing & Midwifery Journal. Jul-Sep2021, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p16-19. 4p.
Periodical
The article discusses a study which examined the possibility of new rituals emerging in relation to voluntary assisted dying being performed, taken from the Dying2Learn Massive Open Online Course hosted by the Flinders University. Topics covered include the data collection and analysis, the participants' thoughts about living wakes, parties and celebrations, respect for the individual wishes and time with loved ones and the limitations of the study and implications for nurses.

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