Ethical Challenges in Palliative Care | Frank Brennan


Palliative care is an expanding field, and the urgent need for it is evident. The choices facing palliative care workers, patients, and their families, however, are not always so clear. Drawing on a series of case studies, Frank Brennan takes us through some of these difficult decisions, and the way in which ethical considerations can provide guidance.

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