Patient-centred Ethics and Communication at the End of Life

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Radcliffe Publishing, 2006 - 171 páginas
This book provides the best information available on the ways priorities are currently set for health care around the world. It describes the methods now used in the six countries leading the process, and contrasts the differences between them. It shows how, except in the UK, frameworks have now been developed to set priorities. Making Choices for Health Care sets forth the key issues that need to be tackled in the years ahead. Descriptions of the leading trends are accompanied by suggestions to resolve outstanding difficulties. Topics include: the need for national research and development funding for new treatments, ways to shift resources permanently towards prevention and chronic care, and how DALYs may replace QALYs. While the concepts and values underlying priority setting have been discussed elsewhere, Making Choices for Health Care highlights real current practice. It is a vital tool for policy-makers, health care managers, clinicians, patient organizations, academics, and executives in pharmaceutical and medical supply industries.
 

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Introduction
2
Death dying and dilemmas
57
chemotherapy
85
Do Not Attempt Resuscitation
97
Artificial nutrition and hydration
108
Euthanasia
117
The patients choice
130
Communication in multidisciplinary teams
138
Education ethics and communication skills
147
a virtuebased approach to ethics
155
learning to listen
163
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