Communicating With Muslim Parents: "The Four Principles" Are Not as Culturally Neutral as Suggested
Westra, Anna E.
Willems, Dick L.
Smit, Bert J.
European Journal of Pediatrics 2009 November; 168(11): 1383-1387
Allowing to Die; Autonomy; Beneficence; Clinical Ethics; Communication; Communication Barriers; Cross-Cultural Comparison; Consent; Consultation; Decision Making; Ethics; Family Relationship; Futility; Infants; Islamic Ethics; Life; Minority Groups; Muslims; Newborns; Parental Consent; Parents; Paternalism; Pediatrics; Physician Patient Relationship; Physicians; Principle-Based Ethics; Professional Family Relationship; Quality of Life; Referral and Consultation; Religion; Secularism; Value of Life; Withholding Treatment; Religious Ethics; Bioethics; Patient Relationships; Cultural Pluralism; Allowing Minors to Die;
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