Articles by Jessica Zitter

Jessica Zitter’s essays for The New York Times, Huffington Post, JAMA and other publications offer a physician’s view on end of life medical decision-making.

icon-printThe Marine

2017

LinkedIn

icon-printGoals of Hair

2017

Psychology Today

icon-printMy Own Death

2017

Thrive Global

icon-printAll that Glitters

2017

THRIVE Global

icon-printBe careful what you ask for

2017

The Caregiver Space

icon-printDeath Over Dinner

2017

Well Being Journal

icon-printHow to Die Well

2017

Time

icon-printLiving Well to the Very End

2017

LinkedIn – Pulse

icon-printMisleading Metrics

2017

Health Affairs Blog

icon-printFirst, Sex Ed. Then Death Ed.

2017

New York Times, Sunday Review

icon-printWord Soup

2017

Psychology Today

icon-printA Woman’s Place is at the Table

2016

Huffington Post

icon-printDeath, the Family Killer

2016

Psychology Today

icon-printMiracles Don’t Come Cheap

2015

New York Times

icon-printThe American Society for Patient-Centered Physicians

2015

Journal of Palliative Medicine

icon-printErr on the Side of the Patient

2014

Huffington Post

icon-printChoked by Love

2014

Huffington Post

icon-printTreated to Death

2014

Pacific Standard

icon-printFood and the Dying Patient

2014

New York Times

icon-printWho Can Speak for the Patient?

2014

New York Times

icon-printThey Call Me Dr. Kevorkian

2013

New York Times

icon-printPlanning Ahead for End-of-Life Decisions

2013

San Francisco Chronicle

icon-printTalk First, Act Later

2013

Journal of Palliative Medicine

icon-printAircraft Cabin Air Recirculation and Symptoms of the Common Cold

2002

Journal of the American Medical Association