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Angels of Death

Hardback|Feb 1998
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Angels of Death presents the findings of an interview-based study of illicit euthanasia as practised by health professionals working with HIV/AIDS patients. The principal author conducted 49 detailed interviews with medical practitioners, and nurses (and some therapists and community workers),...


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Angels of Death presents the findings of an interview-based study of illicit euthanasia as practised by health professionals working with HIV/AIDS patients. The principal author conducted 49 detailed interviews with medical practitioners, and nurses (and some therapists and community workers), primarily in Sydney, Melbourne and San Francisco. The interviews provide an insight into the social practices that surround illicit assisted suicide and euthanasia.
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Discussion of euthanasia and assisted suicide. Presents first-hand accounts by health professionals who have participated in the assisted death of AIDS sufferers in Australia and California. They speak of 'botched attempts', euthanasia without consent, and lack of accountability. Includes some contributions by Professor Peter H Ballis, as well as notes, bibliography and index. Foreword by Justice Michael Kirby of High Court of Australia. Author is a Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Law at the University of Sydney.
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Presenting the findings of an interview-based study of illicit euthanasia as practised by health professionals, the author conducted interviews to provide an insight into the social practices that suround illicit assisted sucide and euthanasia.
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Steven H Matthews

Steve Matthews has served as a youth minister for 13 years. Presently he works at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Richmond, Virginia (one of the partner churches in the Youth Ministry and Spirituality Project). In addition to two masters degrees, Steve also has a diploma in Spiritual Direction for the San Francisco Theological Seminary.

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