Surveys from 1975 and 1980 of U.S. medical schools' offerings in death education are compared. A 95 and 96 percent return rate, respectively, for each survey revealed a slight increase in offerings in 1980. A team approach is used, with physicians and theologians most often being cited as facilitators of a lecture/ discussion format.
Journal of Medical Education, Vol. 56, No. 2, February 1981, 111-114.