6 edition of Palliative Care Ethics found in the catalog.
August 15, 1999
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||332|
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Ethics in Palliative Care is a book only Dr. Robert Macauley could have written. Macauley is a pediatrician, medical ethicist, palliative medicine specialist, and Episcopal priest.
He is one of very few physicians with career-long experience in both clinical ethics and palliative s: 4. The contributors are among the most experienced palliative care, hospice and ethics scholars in North America and Western Europe.
Each has been given relatively free reign to address what they feel are the most pressing ethical challenges within their domain, so a wide range of positions and vantage points are represented. /5(2).
In conclusion, ethics is an integral part of end of life care, same as palliative care and hospice. Ethical scenario described above only cover few issues. One important ethical topic in palliative care is difference between withholding and withdrawal of : Padmashri Rastogi.
Palliative care has proven to provide high-quality, patient-centered care that aligns with patient values and preferences, and responds to the episodic and long-term nature of chronic illnesses.
60 First, palliative care provides expert management of pain as well as control of fatigue, anxiety, breathlessness, nausea, depression, and other. Ethics in Palliative Care A Complete Guide Robert C. Macauley, MD. Provides comprehensive analysis of a broad range of ethical topics in palliative care, combining historicolegal perspective, clinical experience, and philosophical rigor.
A Palliative Ethics of Care book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This Volume Explains How To Develop A Set Of Patient And Physi 5/5(3). Review: ' definitive palliative care ethics textbook an excellent book helping to extend an understanding of ethics into everyday clinical practice.' Dr Lynne Russon, Palliative Medicine ' Overall, this book is a practical, easy-to-read introduction to the field of bioethics and will provide a good resource for any health care provider Reviews: 1.
Ethics in Palliative Care deserves to become a standard for bioethical studies and clinical training. It is a new classic." -- Ira Byock, Founder & Chief Medical Officer, The Institute for Human Caring. Author of Dying Well and The Best Care Possible5/5(2).
Ethics and palliative care have always been a part of medicine. Twenty-five hundred years ago, the Hippocratic Oath laid out specific expectations for what physicians must do (such as maintaining patient confidentiality) and what they must avoid (such as intentionally causing harm), which are still relevant today (Hippocrates, ).For all the wonders of modern Author: Robert C.