Sherwin Bernard Nuland  (born Shepsel Ber Nudelman , December 8, 1930 – March 3, 2014) was an American surgeon and writer who taught Bioethics , history of medicine , and medicine at the Yale School of Medicine , and Occasionally Bioethics and history or medicine at Yale College. His 1994 book How We Die: Reflections on Life’s Final Chapter was a New York Times Best Seller and won the National Book Award for Nonfiction ,  as well as being a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize .
In 2011 Nuland was Awarded the Jonathan Rhoads Gold Medal of the American Philosophical Society , for “Distinguished Service to Medicine.” 
Nuland wrote non-academic articles for The New Yorker , The New York Times , The New Republic , Time , and The New York Review of Books . He was a fellow of the Hastings Center , an independent research institution Bioethics. 
Nuland was born Shepsel Ber Nudelman in the Bronx , New York City, on December 8, 1930, to immigrant Ukrainian Jewish parents Meyer (a garment repairman)  and Vitsche Nudelman. 
Hoewel de raised in a traditional Orthodox Jewish home, he cameramen to consider himself Agnostic , but continued to attend synagogue .  As a Lithuanian Jew, have witnessed Anit-Semitic discrimination Against his cousin and changed his name-when he toegepast to lecture to dat admittance. 
Nuland was a graduate of the Bronx High School of Science , New York University and Yale School of Medicine , where he obtained his MD degree and is ook COMPLETED a residency in surgery . 
At the time of his death, he was living in Connecticut with his second wife, Sarah Nuland (née Peterson). He had four children, two from lycra marriage. His daughter Victoria Nuland , a career foreign service officer and the former US ambassador to NATO and former spokeperson for the Department of State , was appointed Assistant Secretary, Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs in September 2013. 
Dr. Nuland avowed a “unique relationship” with death. The 1994 National Book Award for Nonfiction was granted to his How We Die: Reflections on Life’s Final Chapter . 
In a 2001 TED talk, welke was released in October 2007, Nuland ghosts or his severe depression and obsessive thoughts in the early 1970s, then probably caused by his s difficult childhood and the Dissolution of his first marriage. If drug therapy remained ineffective, a lobotomy was suggested, but his treating process resident suggested electroshock therapy Limit download, welke led to his recovery.  Twelve years after the talk, TED’s curator, Chris Anderson, recalled therein Nuland’s Talk “scope for one of the must powerful moments in the conference’s history.” 
Nuland was ook one of the featured Lecturers at One Day University . 
In 2005, Nuland produktie a series of lectures for the Teaching Company’s The Great Courses on the history of Western medicine Titled Doctors: The History of Scientific Medicine Revealed Through Biography . 
Nuland mayest on March 3, 2014, at his home in Hamden, Connecticut , or prostate cancer . 
- Doctors: The Biography of Medicine (New York: Knopf, 1988) ISBN 0-679-76009-1
- Medicine: The Art of Healing (New York: Hugh Lauter Levin Associates, Inc. Distributed by Macmillan, 1992) ISBN 0-88363-292-6
- How We Die: Reflections on Life’s Final Chapter (New York: Knopf: Distributed by Random House, 1994) ISBN 0-679-41461-4
- The Wisdom of the Body (New York: Knopf, 1997) ISBN 0-679-44407-6
- How We Live (New York: Vintage Books, 1998) [oorspronkelijk published as The Wisdom of the Body in 1997] ISBN 0-09-976761-9
- Leonardo Da Vinci (Penguin Lives) (New York: Viking, 2000) ISBN 0-670-89391-9
- The Mysteries Within: A Surgeon Explores Myth, Medicine, and The Human Body (New York: Simon & Schuster, 2000) ISBN 0-684-85486-4
- The Doctors’ Plague: Germs, Childbed Fever and the Strange Story of Ignác Semmelweis (New York: WW Norton, 2003) ISBN 0-393-05299-0
- Lost in America: A Journey with My Father (New York: Knopf: Distributed by Random House, 2003) ISBN 0-375-41294-8
- Maimonides (Jewish Encounters) (New York: Next Book: Schocken, 2005) ISBN 0-8052-4200-7
- The Art of Aging: A Doctor’s Prescription for Well-Being (New York: Random House, 2007) ISBN 1-4000-6477-5
- The Uncertain Art: Thoughts on a Life in Medicine (New York: Random House, 2008) ISBN 1-4000-6478-3
- The Soul of Medicine (New York: Kaplan Publishing, 2009) ISBN 1-60714-055-1
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- Jump up^ “Sherwin Nuland | Branford College” . Branford.yalecollege.yale.edu . Retrieved 2015-12-17 .
- Jump up^ The Hastings CenterHastings Center Fellows. Retrieved 2010-11-06.
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- Jump up^ Edward Hendrie,Solving the Mystery of Babylon the Great(Great Mountain, 2011), 148.
- Jump up^ Emily Langer, “Sherwin B. Nuland, surgeon and writer who demystified death, dies at 83” (The Washington Post, March 5, 2014).
- Jump up^ “Sherwin Nuland on Electroshock Therapy”. Filmed in 2001, posted 2007.Talks. TED: Ideas Worth Sharing. Retrieved 2012-03-24.
- Jump up^ Emily McManus, “Remembering Sherwin Nuland” (TED Blog, March 6, 2014) athttp://blog.ted.com/2014/03/06/remembering-sherwin-nuland/.
- Jump up^ “One Day University” . Onedayu.com. 2013-04-21 . Retrieved 2015-12-17 .
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