Futility Policies From the Caregiver's Perspective
North Carolina Medical Journal. 1995 Sep; 56(9): 456-457.
Allowing to Die; Alternative Therapies; Conflict of Interest; Conscience; Decision Making; Disclosure; Dissent; Family Members; Futility; Guidelines; Health; Health Facilities; Health Personnel; Institutional Policies; Legal Liability; Life; Liability; Moral Obligations; Obligations to Society; Patient Advocacy; Patient Transfer; Patients; Physician Patient Relationship; Physicians; Prolongation of Life; Public Participation; Public Policy; Standards; Values; Withholding Treatment;
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