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Does Grief Depend on How the Loved One Died?
·June 12, 2022
Summary: Researchers found no difference in the intensity of grief or the levels of distress between those who lost loved ones to medically assisted death or natural death in palliative care.
Source: University of Montreal
Is the grief experience different for individuals who have lost a loved one by medical assistance in dying (MAiD) compared to natural death with palliative care (NDPC)?
Philippe Laperle examines this sensitive issue in a recent article published in the Journal of Death and Dying, based on his Ph.D. research under the supervision of Marie Achille of the University of Montreal’s Department of Psychology and Deborah Ummel of the Université de Sherbrooke’s Department of Psychoeducation.
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