How Can Careproviders Most Help Patients During a Disaster?
Howe, Edmund G
The Journal of clinical ethics 2011 Spring; 22(1): 3-16
This article reviews careproviders' most difficult emotional challenges during disasters and provides approaches for responding optimally to them. It describes key approaches that careproviders may pursue to best help patients and others during a catastrophe. It raises unanswered questions regarding when, if ever, careproviders should provide active euthanasia to patients who are incompetent, and when, if ever, careproviders should give their own food and water to patients or others who may otherwise soon die without them.
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