The Twins: A Case Study in Ethical Deliberation
Nursing Ethics 2009 January; 16(1): 127-130
A case study of an ethical dilemma concerning twin nine-year-old sisters in a persistent vegetative state is presented. This is illustrated by the use of a systematic ethical framework to examine the case and the resolution, which was ultimately obtained with nurse-parent interrelations, using the human becoming nursing theory.
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