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;
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
de Kort, Susanne J; Pols, Jeannette; Richel, Dick J; Koedoot, Nelleke; Willems, Dick L (2010-06)Most models of patient-physician communication take decision-making as a central concept. However, we found that often the treatment course of metastatic cancer patients is not easy to describe in straightforward terms ...
Attitudes and Practices Concerning the End of Life: A Comparison Between Physicians From the United States and From the Netherlands Willems, Dick L.; Daniels, Elisabeth R.; van der Wal, Gerrit; van der Maas, Paul J.; Emanuel, Ezekiel J. (2000-01-10)