Expanding Opportunities for Ethics Committees: Residential Centers for the Mentally Retarded and Developmentally Disabled
Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics. 1994 Spring: 3(2): 226-232.
Over the past 15 years, ethics committees have become common within the acute care hospital setting. Their development within long-term care settings has evolved more slowly and has been confined primarily to nursing homes. In this paper, I describe the development of an ethics committee in a residential center for the mentally retarded and developmentally disabled (MR/DD). I describe how the committee has progressed and some of the ethical issues in this setting.
Administrators; Autonomy; Bioethical Issues; Case Studies; Chronically Ill; Clinical Ethics; Clinical Ethics Committees; Communication; Decision Making; Education; Ethicists; Ethics; Ethics Committees; Evaluation; Family Members; Guidelines; Long-Term Care; Nursing Homes; Patient Advocacy; Patient Care; Patient Care Team; Politics; Program Descriptions; Public Participation; Residential Facilities; Sexuality; Terminal Care; Withholding Treatment;
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