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- The Dutch Termination of Life on Request and Assisted Suicide (Review Procedures) Act : The Dutch Termination of Life on Request and Assisted Suicide (Review Procedures) Act is the legislation that went into effect in November 2001 in the Netherlands to provide a special exemption from criminal liability for physicians who terminate life on request or assist in a patient's suicide in accordance with the due care and notification criteria set forth in the law
The Hardy Personality refers to individuals who are especially resistant to illness in spite of increased stress.

The Harvard criteria refer to tests developed by a committee at the Harvard Medical School to determine the existence of irreversible coma

The Holocaust refers to the the attempt by the Nazis during the late 1930s and early 1940s to completely destroy or annihilate the Jewish people

The living-dying interval refers to the period between the onset of dying and the arrival of death; described by Pattison as including an (1) acute crisis phase; (2) chronicliving-dying phase; and (3)“terminal phase

The nuclear era refers to the period from July 1945 to the present during which the splitting of the atom unleashed a new form of power that can be used for weapons or as a source of energy

The Question means asking “what would be different if you were well?” It was a means Adler used to determine if a person’s problem was physiological or psychological.

The sandwich generation refer to adults who experience pressures from both older and younger generations

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