Chapter 1: From Rights to Relationships: The Ecological Turn in Ethics Near the End of Life

Bruce Jennings begins by acknowledging the ways that technological, generational, social, and cultural changes have challenged the dominant ethical paradigm in end-of-life ethics. He notes that the end-of-life reform movement has changed the nature of end-of-life care. To Jennings, two key strategies of this movement have been to create alternative systems of care such as hospice and palliative care, and to empower patients to make their own choices for end-of-life care.

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