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Holistic determination for oneself: A new paradigm for self-determination at end of life.
(Cambridge University Press, 2013)
Should People in the Minimally Conscious State have a (recognised) Right to Reassessment?
(Lawtext publishing, 2016)
Developments in medical sciences mean that more people survive serious brain injuries than in previous years. Nevertheless, some survivors are left with protracted or permanent severely disordered consciousness. Expert ...
Patient Safety in secondary care.
Patient safety is a major challenge for the acute care sector. This chapter considers recent public policy initiatives designed to enhance safety such as the NRLS, PALS, clinical governance, and risk management strategies ...
Managing safety, quality and risk
A large number of patients are unintentionally harmed by adverse events in health care environments and a range of policy initiatives have been developed to manage clinical risk. This chapter provides an overview of these ...
(Palgrave Law Masters, 2011)
The Three Graces of End of Life Decisions: Law, Faith and Belief
This paper considered the impact of the law, religion and belief and end of life decisions.