Autonomy, Liberalism and Advance Care Planning
Singer, Peter A.
Journal of Medical Ethics 1999 December; 25(6): 522-527
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Ikonomidis, Sharon; Singer, Peter A. (1999-12)The justification for advance directives is grounded in the notion that they extend patient autonomy into future states of incompetency through patient participation in decision making about end-of-life care. Four objections ...
Singer, Peter A.; Martin, Douglas K.; Lavery, James V.; Thiel, Elaine C.; Kelner, Merrijoy; Mendelssohn, David C. (1998-04-27)BACKGROUND: Traditional academic assumptions about advance care planning (ACP) include the following: (1) the purpose of ACP is preparing for incapacity; (2) ACP is based on the ethical principle of autonomy and the exercise ...
Martin, Douglas K.; Thiel, Elaine C.; Singer, Peter A. (1999-01-11)BACKGROUND: Although theoretical concepts from ethics and law have been applied, there is no conceptual model of advance care planning rooted in the perspective of individuals engaged in it. OBJECTIVE: To develop a conceptual ...