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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.
Understanding the decision-making environment for people in minimally conscious state
(Taylor and Francis, 2017-05-11)
ABSTRACT Patients in Minimally Conscious States (MCS) show minimal, fluctuating but definitive signs of awareness of themselves and their environments. They may exhibit behaviors ranging from the ability to track objects ...
Awake and (only just) aware? A typology, taxonomy and holistic framework for withdrawing clinically assisted nutrition and hydration in the minimally conscious state
Decisions to withdraw clinically assisted nutrition and hydration (CANH) from people in the minimally conscious state are predicated on the question as to whether it is in the individual’s best interests to continue with ...
Enforcing Human Rights at End of Life: Is there a Better Approach?
Supporting Controlled Non-Heart-Beating Donation An Ethical Justification
(Cambridge University Press, 2013)
Referring GMC decisions to the High Court
(British Medical Association, 2005)