|Bruce Jennings '71 (above) co-edits a new book that provides recommendations and guidance on hospice care.|
Jennings, who also holds a masters degree from Princeton, is the Director of Bioethics at the Center for Humans and Nature and holds a faculty appointment at the Yale Medical School.
The book, featuring contributions from several experts in the field, presents a philosophy of care based on U.S. surveys of patients and their families on what they value at the end of life. It includes recommendations for effective decision-making, care planning and conflict management.
In the book, Jennings writes the introduction and contributes a chapter on new directions for hospice care. He has written or edited over 20 books and over 150 articles on bioethics and public-policy issues.