Chapter 12: A Life Cut Short: When Children Die

Professor Craig M. Klugman discusses what makes pediatric end-of-life care ethically unique. Children lack autonomy and are therefore unable to give consent. He offers informed assent as an alternative. Under this principle, children are informed in a way consistent with their level of development, and agreement is sought for decisions made in their name.

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