Despite having the best palliative care some patients develop a wish to die the wish to die under these circumstances need not be symptomatic of suboptimal care the patients wish to die research ethics and palliative care abstract despite having the best palliative care some patients develop a wish to die the wish to die under . The patients wish to die research ethics and palliative care edited by christoph rehmann sutter heike gudat and kathrin ohnsorge provides an up to date review of the state of knowledge in international end of life research and discusses open questions. The upshot of the books position is that people who express a wish to die are unaware of the palliative care options open to them or are wishing for a human connection and asking to die is a way of expressing this wish. Written by the best specialists and ethics scholars from around the world including palliative care practitioners and end of life scholars from countries where assisted dying practices are legalized and from those where it isnt the the patients wish to die research ethics and palliative care will prove essential reading for all those . Stanford libraries official online search tool for books media journals databases government documents and more
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