The Impact of Neonatologists' Religiosity and Spirituality on Health Care Delivery for High-Risk Neonates
Donohue, Pamela K
Boss, Renee D
Aucott, Susan W
Keene, Elizabeth A
Journal of palliative medicine 2010 Oct; 13(10): 1219-24
Ethical decision-making regarding life-sustaining therapies (LST) for high-risk neonates can be challenging for both neonatologists and parents. Parents depend on neonatologists to interpret complex information, identify critical opportunities for decision-making, and present options for care. How neonatologists' belief systems affect care delivery for critically ill newborns is unexplored.
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