Joan Berkley receives the 2011 Vision to Action Award.
The overwhelming majority of Americans will die of complications from a chronic disease.
Alexander Kon, MD, responds to the limitations of palliative sedation in bringing patients to a level of comfort.
What is the role of palliative care in a disaster?
Lorell LaBoube interviews Art Caplan and Joe Fins about their article in the America Journal of Bioethics Neuroscience focusing on problems in diagnosing and labeling patients in vegetative vs. minimally conscious states.
Christian Sinclair, associate medical director of Kansas City Hospice, Karin Porter-Williamson
Terri Schiavo’s story turned into a national shouting match over life and death and who decides.
Twenty years ago, William Colby argued the Nancy Cruzan case before the US Supreme Court.
Episcopal priest and retired Missouri U.S Senator and attorney general John Danforth presented the keynote address at the Center’s 25th Anniversary Annual Dinner in 2009.
Caring for our frail parents, spouses and friends is fraught with choices and decisions.