Those who work in the health professions and scholars of bioethics will want to read these excellent essays, which address cutting-edge issues around care.—Choice—
The contributors are all fluent speakers of bioethics…. These authors excel at questioning the received wisdom…. Dugdale and her contributors helpfully challenge the mainstream accounts.
—Perspectives in Biology and Medicine
The solution to the medicalized death proposed by Dugdale and her co-authors is articulate and organized, yet deeply personal; the chapters include stories about real patients, moments of vulnerability, mistakes and the humanity of medicine.
—Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics