Demarche Pour Une Decision Ethique (D.D.E.). Comment Preparer en Equipe La Meilleure Decision Possible Dans Les Situations De Crises Ou De Fin De Vie An Ethical Decision-Making Tool for Healthcare Teams Managing Crisis or End-of-Life Situations
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