Psychologists can make significant contributions to improve the quality of end of life decision making and care by actively engaging these issues in the context of practice education research and public policy. Planning for the end of life can be difficult but by deciding what end of life care best suits your needs when you are healthy you can help those close to you make the right choices when the time comes. When end of life care in the context of modern medicine was identified as a serious problem in the late 1960s and 1970s it was because by then most people were dying in hospitals in the company . End of life care decision making carries paramount importance due to the advancements in medical sciences since medical science has evolved over the time and now has a potentiality to reshape the circumstances during death and in turn prolong lives various ethical issues surround end of life care. That issue is the denial of some forms of medical treatment at the end of life because of the belief that they provide little or no benefit and consume scarce health care resources in other words rationing
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