During the COVID-19 public health care crisis, as thousands of people are dying in hospitals without loved ones, two Rutgers Institute for Health, Health Care Policy & Aging Research experts discuss death, dying and end-of-life care during the global pandemic. Elissa Kozlov, a clinical psychologist and instructor at Rutgers School of Public Health, and Johanna Schoen, associate chair of the Department of History at Rutgers-New Brunswick’s School of Arts and Sciences, provide some insight about how we should prepare for this possibility. To read the full story.
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