Chapter 11: Ethical Dilemmas in Hospice Care

Richard Fife, PhD, applies concepts such as autonomy and futility to certain concrete medical situations: withdrawing hydration, artificial nutrition, resuscitation, and palliation. He concludes that hospice ethics committees have great value and are a great complement to the team-centered hospice philosophy of care.

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