Ethical Reasoning Associated With the Feeding of Terminally Ill Elderly Cancer Patients: An International Perspective
Cancer Nursing. 1990 Oct; 13(5): 286-292.
Aged; Allowing to Die; Artificial Feeding; Attitudes; Autonomy; Beneficence; Cancer; Conscience; Cultural Pluralism; Decision Making; Ethical Analysis; Evaluation; Evaluation Studies; Food; Force Feeding; Justice; Life; Moral Policy; Nurses; Patient Care; Patients; Physician Nurse Relationship; Prolongation of Life; Suffering; Survey; Terminal Care; Terminally Ill; Treatment Refusal; Value of Life;
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Ethical Reasoning Concerning the Feeding of Severely Demented Patients: An International Perspective Norberg, Astrid; Hirschfeld, Miriam; Davidson, Bonnie; Davis, Anne; Lauri, Sirka; Lin, Ju-Ying; Phillips, Linda; Pittman, Elizabeth; Vander Laan, Rika; Ziv, Liora (1994-03)Structured interviews were held with 149 registered nurses in seven countries in America, Asia, Australia and Europe concerning the feeding of severely demented patients who do not accept food. The most common reasons for ...
Ethical Reasoning Concerning the Feeding of Severely Demented Patients: An International Perspective Norberg, A.; Hirschfeld, M.; Davidson, B.; Davis, A.; Lauri, S.; Lin, J.Y.; Phillips, L.; Pittman, E.; Vander Laan, R.; Ziv, L. (1994-03)