The Value of Human Life: An Empirical Perspective
Economic Inquiry 1981 January; 19(1): 157-164
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What Do Patients Value in Their Hospital Care? An Empirical Perspective on Autonomy Centred Bioethics Joffe, S.; Manocchia, M.; Weeks, J.C.; Cleary, P.D. (2003-04)OBJECTIVE: Contemporary ethical accounts of the patient- provider relationship emphasise respect for patient autonomy and shared decision making. We sought to examine the relative influence of involvement in decisions, ...
An Empirical Study of Surrogates' Preferred Level of Control Over Value-Laden Life Support Decisions in Intensive Care Units Johnson, Sara K; Bautista, Christopher A; Hong, Seo Yeon; Weissfeld, Lisa; White, Douglas B (2011-04-01)Despite ongoing ethical debate concerning who should control decisions to discontinue life support for incapacitated, critically ill patients, the perspectives of surrogate decision makers are poorly understood.
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