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Product Details

  • Publisher: ELyssa Durant, Ed.M. (February 18, 2013)

  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00BHUVCDG


5.0 out of 5 stars
Unique and insightful


This review is from: Powers That Beat (Kindle Edition)
Ms. Durant has drawn on her sterling academic background and extensive experience in health services
policy development and actual service in the field to present a
comprehensive analysis of the organ transplant situation in the United
States. She thoroughly discusses all aspects of the situation - not only
legal and medical, but also moral, social and ethical aspects and the
dilemmas faced when this topic is addressed. Ms. Durant raises
significant questions that must be addressed as organ transplants become
more commonplace in today's times. A thought provoking book that should
be read by everyone as this question touches every American. Highly
recommended.


J. D. Yencharis

NASA Mission Planning & Mission Control 




When Elyssa writes something, you should read it. She is one of the
most intelligent and articulate people I have ever known. She is an
amazing researcher and really digs deep for the important facts on any
topic she focuses on. If you want to learn details about a topic and
get some cutting edge viewpoints related to it, read anything Elyssa
Durant writes.
Stuart Silverberg, Ed.D.
Columbia University


Ms.
Durant has a talent for explaining complex legal issues in interesting,
accessible format. Her level of expertise on the subject matter is
impressive and comes through on every page.




Rick Silver, Esq.


Ms.
Durant has drawn on her sterling academic background and extensive
experience in health services policy development and actual service in
the field to present a comprehensive analysis of the organ transplant
situation in the United States. She thoroughly discusses all aspects of
the situation - not only legal and medical, but also moral, social and
ethical aspects and the dilemmas faced when this topic is addressed.
Ms. Durant raises significant questions that must be addressed as organ
transplants become more commonplace in today's times. A thought
provoking book that should be read by everyone as this question touches
every American. Highly recommended.




Ray Harris

Advocate for People with Disablities


Ms.
Durant has an amazing ability to discuss complex policy issues in easy
to understand language. She has a tremendous grasp of her topic and of
her audience. Easy to read and understand; Ms. Durant explains
difficult concepts and evolving health care law and policy issues in a
user friendly manner. A real eye opener!




Karen Baker, MSW 




I
just want all to know what a Hero for the Autism community Elyssa has
been for us and how much we appreciate her advocacy and intelligent
posts. AutismAid has been a dream of mine for ten years. my heart was
just about broken when others took advantage of us. I know that in the
end we meet people who we connect with and do the right thing. The 13
Service non profits under the AutismAid Umbrella and many others are in
the fight for their life in this economy and environment. This Web and
viral traffic is great. Thank you providing the support, documentation
and logistics are needed to make the event happen.

Tim Welsh, Executive Director
AutismAid.org




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