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Community Health Associate Faculty Professor Publishes a New Book!

SHHS Faculty member Dr. David Lemberg's newest book is out!  The 96 page book, Entitled Taking Care at the End of Life: Five Steps to Writing a Meaningful and Practical Advance Directive is a guide through the process of designing and creating an important health document.  As the U.S. and world population continues to age well, the issue of how to properly prepare you and your loved ones for a time when you can no longer make decisions for yourself is critically important.  Each chapter of the book ends with a personal reflection and action steps to help the reader properly prepare an advance directive.  Dr. Lemberg has been an Associate Faculty Member for over 8 years in the Department of Community Health.  He has taught numerous courses in the SHHS including Statistics, Healthcare Law & Ethics, and Legal/Ethical Issues & Health Promotion.  Dr. Lemberg is the founding editor of Bioethics Today and has given numerous speeches and interviews to scientific magazines and various TV news shows.  He maintains an active website at and his book is available for a nominal cost here.


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