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Patient's wish to die : research, ethics, and palliative care

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Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press , 2015. (Ebook)
Audience
Professional
Agency
BC Cancer Agency
Location
Internet
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Table of Contents : ; PART I: Introduction -- Why it is important to know about patients? wishes to die -- PART II: Research --Illness narratives, meaning making, and epistemic injustice in research at the end of life -- Expressed desire for hastened death in seven patients living with advanced can…
Title
Patient's wish to die : research, ethics, and palliative care
Editor
Rehmann-Sutter, Christoph
Gudat, Heike
Ohnsorge, Kathrin
Place
Oxford, UK
Publisher
Oxford University Press
Year Published
2015
Series
EBSCOhost eBook
Subjects
Right to Die - ethics
Suicide, Assisted - ethics
Euthanasia
Patient Participation
Attitude to Death
Palliative Care - psychology
Advance Care Planning
Terminal Care
Decision Making
Ethics, Clinical
Abstract
Table of Contents :
PART I: Introduction -- Why it is important to know about patients? wishes to die -- PART II: Research --Illness narratives, meaning making, and epistemic injustice in research at the end of life -- Expressed desire for hastened death in seven patients living with advanced cancer: a phenomenologic inquiry -- Expressed desire for hastened death: a phenomenologic inquiry? 10 years later -- Euthanasia (requests) after the implementation of the euthanasia law in Belgium in 2002. Results of empirical studies in Flanders, Belgium -- The journey to understanding the wish to hasten death -- The desire for hastened death in patients in palliative care -- Intentions, motivations, and social interactions regarding a wish to die -- Acting on a wish to die at the end of life: the Swiss situation -- Understanding older people?s wish to die -- Dialogue intermezzo: I -- PART III: Ethics -- Caring and killing in the clinic: the argument of self-determination -- Towards responsive knowing in matters of life and death -- Dealing with dilemmas around patients? wishes to die: moral case deliberation in a Dutch hospice -- End-of-life ethics from the perspectives of patients? wishes -- Dialogue intermezzo: II -- PART IV: Practice -- Issues of palliative medicine in end-of-life care -- Spirituality at the bedside: negotiating the meaning of dying -- Communication of wishes to die -- From understanding to patient-centred management: clinical pictures of a wish to die -- What does the wish to hasten death mean for the palliative patient? Clinical implications -- PART V: Conclusion -- Concluding dialogue.
ISBN
9780191023330
9780198713982
Language
English
Material Type
Ebook
Agency
BC Cancer Agency
Location
Internet
URL
http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&scope=site&db=nlebk&db=nlabk&AN=1200862
URL Notes
This title is licensed for one user at a time on BCCA network computers. If you are denied access while on a network computer, try again later.
Audience
Professional
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