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Fenwick, P., Lovelace, H., Brayne, S, Comfort for the dying: five year retrospective and one year prospective studies
of end of life experiences. Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics, In Press.
Greyson B, Incidence and correlates of near-death experiences in a cardiac care
unit. Gen Hosp Psychiatry. 2003 Jul-Aug;25(4):269-76
Parnia S, Fenwick P: Do reports of consciousness during cardiac arrest hold
the key to discovering the nature of consciousness? Medical Hypothesis
Parnia S, Spearpoint KS, Fenwick PB Near death experiences, cognitive function
& psychological outcomes of surviving cardiac arrest Resuscitation
Parnia S, Fenwick P, Near Death Experiences in Cardiac Arrest: Visions of a
dying brain or visions of a new science of consiousness Resuscitation
2002 Jan 52, 5-11
Parnia S, Waller D, Yeates R, Fenwick P, A qualitative and quantitative study
of the incidence, features and aetiology of near death experiences in
cardiac arrest survivors Resuscitation, Feb 2001 48, 149-156
Non Fiction Books
Fenwick P & Fenwick E., The Art of Dying
: Demonstrates that we can face death with a peaceful
and untroubled mind; that death is not a lonely or a fearful journey,
but an intensely hopeful one, Continuum International Publishing Group, August 2008.
Fenwick P & Fenwick E, The Truth in the Light : An investigation of over 300 near-death experiences, Berkley Trade, 1995, Reprinted January 1, 1997.
Parnia S, What Happens When We Die: A ground breaking study into the nature of life & death, Hay House, September 2005 and December 2005.
Parnia S, The Lazarus Light in The Tablet 28 August 1999