- Medical ethics
- Nursing ethics
- Palliative treatment -- Moral and ethical aspects
- Terminal care -- Moral and ethical aspects
- Physician and patient
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Part 1: Ethics, Communication and Palliative Care: What is palliative care?; I want to hold your hand; A good death; Why ethics?; Why won't you listen to me?; Part 2: Death, Dying and Dilemmas: 'What are you going to do next?'; When cancer comes back; 'What would you do?' Informed consent; 'There is nothing more I can do': Stopping active treatment; 'Am I not worth treating?' Do not attempt resuscitation orders; 'Water, water everywhere' Feeding and fluids at the end of life; 'Help me to die' Euthanasia; Part 3: Good Practice: Patient's choice; Communicating in multidisciplinary teams; Education, Ethics and Communication skills; The 'good' doctor.
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