Ethical issues in palliative care: reflections and considerations
Pat A. Webb
Hochland & Hochland, Aug 31, 2000 - Medical - 138 pages
This book brings together the knowledge and experience of a diverse team of professionals and raises questions surrounding the ethics of caring for people with progressive, life-limiting illness and their relatives.
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