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Teaching near-death experiences to medical students
Journal of Near-Death Studies
Near-death experiences represent for a medical school curricu lum a watershed area between life and death, between science and experience, and between the known and the unknown. First-year medical students as nascent scientists and clinicians have complex and often intense feelings about realms that are at the border zones of their developing acumen. In this context, the near-death experience is an ideal topic for teaching profession alism and respect for individual patients, differingdoi:10.17514/jnds-2005-23-4-p239-247. fatcat:bi7ckkx67jfovcyjogr6wwnyue