Toughest Talk: Medical Students Learn to Discuss Patients' Wishes for End-of-Life Care

​October 9, 2018

The Boston Globe

Massachusetts's four medical schools are embracing a growing national movement that views end-of-life training as just as integral to medical education as learning about childbirth. Until recently, unless they’ve specialized in palliative care, many medical students haven’t been taught about interacting with dying patients.

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