Allgemeines zum Thema Tod und
Death related links on the web - bunte Sammlung verschiedenster
weblinks (Link-Sammlung von Mike Leming)
online: "Thanatology"Der Tod in
Deutschland in Realität und RechtsordnungTod-und-Trauer.de das
Infoportal zum Thema Tod und Trauer
MEMOSITE - Nachrufe im weltlichen
Bücher, Buchtipps &
- Buchhandlung mit eigenem Suchprogramm
and Nobles - Versandbuchhandlung mit eigener Suchmaschine.
Growthhouse Inc. -
Association for Death Education and Counseling
SOINS PALLIATIFS ET THANATOLOGIE http://www.ikb.vsnet.ch/SP98.html
Association for Death Education and Counseling
Dying with Dignity - A Canadian
Society Concerned With The Quality of Dying.
Weitere interessante Links:
Comments from: DeSpelder, L. A.,
Strickland, A. L. & Berns, C. F. (1999). Instructor´s
Guide for The Last Dance. Encountering Death and Dying. (5th Ed.),
Mountain View (Cal.), Mayfield Publishing.
with AIDS Project.
Information and education about children with AIDS along with a
variety of services for children affected by AIDS, including those who
need foster or adoptive care. Links to the Apple-sponsored online
community where sick kids can communicate with each other.
for Disease Control:
Through the CDC´s site, you can link to other sources of
statistics, reports, and health care data.
GriefNet is a place where you can communicate with others via e-mail
support groups in the areas of death, grief, and major loss, including
life-threatening and chronic illness.
With the goal of improving the quality of care for dying, this site
offers an extensive directory of resources on the internet relating to
life-threatening illness and end-of-life care; alsooffer a monthly
This web promotes the hospice philosophy by providing an online source
of hospice-related information, including original articles and book
reviews. The focus is global and multicultural.
Internet Cremation Society:
A web site that screens local cremation societies to provide
information on the least expensive alternative for body disposition in
a particular location in the United States and Canada.
Library of Congress:
Provides access to the catalogs of the Library of Congress, other
libraries, databases on special topocs, and other Library of Congress
internet resources, including government resources, internet search
tools, and resources for learning more about the internet and the World
The online companion to COR Healthcare Resources´ monthly print
publication, Medicine on the Net, MedNet offers healthcare-related
links grouped by topics.
The NLM PubMed Project:
PubMed is a projectdeveloped by the National Center for Biotechnology
Information (NCBI) at the National Library of Medicine (NLM), located
at the National Instituts of Health (NIH). It has been developed in
conjunction with publishers of biomedical literature as a search tool
for accessing literature citations and linking to full-text journals at
web sites of participating publishers.
National Public Radio: The
End of Life - Exploring Death in America:
Beginning in November1998, National Public Radio broadcast regular
programs in a series, "The End of Life: Exploring Death in America". At
this site you can download transcripts of the original broadcasts, as
well as resources, a bibliography, and readings. There is also a
placeto tell your own story and give feedback to the programmers. Among
the topics covered in this series are palliative medicine at
life´s end, grief and bereavement, doctors and death,
reincarnation and Tibetan Buddhism, and the biology of suicide.
OncoLink: University of
Pennsylvania Cancer Center:
This site contains an extensive resource directory about cancer. From
specific information about particular types of cancer to psychosocial
support and personal experiences, the global resources include
institutions, organizations, associations, support groups, online
journals, book reviews, and other resources for cancer patients and
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation: Last Acts:
The goals of this foundation include the funding of projects that
omprove the way services are organized ond provieded to people with
chronic health conditions and the search for better ways to care for
the dying, thus bringing end-of-life issues into the public arena and
helping individuals and organizations do health-services research and
VE: Suicide Awareness \ Voices of Education:
Provides education and information about suicide and suicide
prevention, as well as outreach and grief support for those who have
lost loved ones to suicide. Includes the CDC´s most recent
statistics on death by suicide, frequently asked questions about
suicide, book reviews, and other resources about suicide.
Wills and Estate
This section of Nolo Press´s web site provides answers to
questions about planning for death, from writing a basic will to organ
donation. There is also information about probate, methods for
eliminating or reducing death taxes, funeral planning, and choosing
someone to handle your affairs if you become incapacitated.