Manage episode 308472422 series 2927071
Dr. Harold Braswell shares his research into the history of US hospice system and reforms that could improve how we die in America.
Check out more of Prof Braswell’s work here:
Braswell, Harold (2019) “The Crisis of US Hospice Care: Family and Freedom at the End of Life” Johns Hopkins University Press
Braswell, Harold (2019) “Love and Other Disabilities” Tablet Magazine
Braswell, Harold (2018) “Putting the “Right to Die” in Its Place: Disability Rights and Physician-Assisted Suicide in the Context of US End-of-Life Care” Studies in Law, Politics, and Society
Braswell, Harold (2017) “From Disability Rights to the Rights of the Dying (and Back Again)” Laws
Braswell, Harold "Why Do Police Keep Seeing a Person's Disability as a Provocation?" Washington Post, (August 25, 2014).