Links We Like: January 23, 2015

| By Jodi Horton

We picked out two articles about different topics for you this week.

The first is about advance healthcare planning and end-of-life care instructions and their place in electronic medical records. The lesson from this article is that healthcare is still finding a place for end-of-life care instructions, and as patients, we need to be advocates for ourselves. Read more: End-of-life instructions find no place in electronic health

The other article we were interested in this week was about training classroom teachers how to handle grieving students. We appreciate the attention that’s being given to helping young individuals cope with an incredibly difficult situation. Grief is a journey, and to have teachers as guides, we believe, would make an enormous difference. Read more: Grief in the Classroom: ‘Saying Nothing Says A Lot’

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