Perspectives of Practicing Nurses on Ethical Issues in Health Care Economics
Nursing Economics. 1995 Nov-Dec; 13(6): 362-366.
Perspectives of nurses working in seven hospitals across the United States are described. Most nurses believed that all people should have equal access and quality of health care. However, most nurses were unwilling to pay more taxes or donate time to achieve these goals.
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Death and Dying Sourcebook: Basic Consumer Health Information About End-of-Life Care and Related Perspectives and Ethical Issues, Including End-of-Life Symptoms and Treatments, Pain Management, Quality-of-Life Concerns, the Use of Life Support, Patients' Rights and Privacy Issues, Advance Directives, Physician-Assisted Suicide, Caregiving, Organ and Tissue Donation, Autopsies, Funeral Arrangements, and Grief, Along With Statistical Data, Information About the Leading Causes of Death, A Glossary, and Directories of Support Groups and Other Resources Shannon, Joyce Brennfleck (2006)