Gain an insider’s perspective
on the public health crisis
that touches us all:
people dying badly.

Articles by Jessica Zitter

Dr. Zitter is a regular contributor to The New York Times and The Huffington Post, and her writing also has appeared in The Atlantic, Time, Journal of the American Medical Association, and many other media. She is the author of the newly released Extreme Measures: Finding a Better Path to the End of Life (link to Book page) which serves as a practical guide for engaging in the radical honesty, authentic communication, and vibrant collaboration needed to improve end-of-life care for all.

For article and writing requests, please contact Dr. Zitter’s PR representative, Andrea Burnett Public Relations at (650) 207-0917 or andrea@andreaburnett.com.

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