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scientifically proven. Another similarity is, Bosco and Buddhist both focus on what physically happens while dying. Ross’s theory is different because she focuses on what emotionally happens while dying. Although Buddhist and Bosco both talk about what happens physically, they are different because Buddhist seems to talk about how the dying losing their senses and consciousness while Bosco focuses on how they look while dying.
2.Identify at least three “bad ways to break the bad news” in physician-patient communication. In you answer identify ways to handle this situation better.- “Give all the facts at one time.” (116)Giving all the facts at one time may be overwhelming for the patient. Instead, the physician should the most important facts, allow that information to register and allow time for any questions he or she might have.- “Tell the diagnosis, then move on.” (116)It seems insensitive to just tell the information, then move on. This is tough for anyone to hear. They will not be able to move on to another subject at that time. - “Stretch the truth if necessary to cheer up the patient” (116)Lying to the patient will give them false hope, which will prevent them from coming to terms with their impending death. Complete honesty is the only option in a situation likethis.