Reflection paper:Death and dying

Reflection paper:Death and dying

Reflection paper:Death and dying

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After reading the required human experience toward death & dying readings please reflect on the following questions:

1.       Reflect on your own culture, ethnicity, religion and/or spirituality:

a.       What are your beliefs on death and dying?

b.      What are your rituals for grief and loss?

2.       Based on the same factors, reflect on the need for a personal Health Care Proxy and the

Donation of organs.

Your response for each of the three questions should be at least 5 sentences.

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