Explores in depth the evolution of care for dying individuals from the perspectives of the traditional medical model, hospice movement and emergent palliative care paradigm. Prerequisite: SOC 001 and SOC 100 or Instructor permission; Junior standing; Early Childhood Preschool, Early Childhood Special Education , Elementary Education K-6, Physical Education K-12, and Sociology majors/minors.
D. Cowan ()
DATES: May 19 - June 13, 2014
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