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The Resource Families and end-of-life treatment decisions : an international perspective, edited by Brigitte Feuillet, Kristina Orfali, Thérèse Callus ; foreword by Mark Siegler

Families and end-of-life treatment decisions : an international perspective, edited by Brigitte Feuillet, Kristina Orfali, Thérèse Callus ; foreword by Mark Siegler

Label
Families and end-of-life treatment decisions : an international perspective
Title
Families and end-of-life treatment decisions
Title remainder
an international perspective
Statement of responsibility
edited by Brigitte Feuillet, Kristina Orfali, Thérèse Callus ; foreword by Mark Siegler
Contributor
Editor
Writer of preface
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
OHX
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1941-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Feuillet, Brigitte
  • Orfali, Kristina
  • Callus, Thérèse
  • Siegler, Mark
Series statement
Collection "Droit, bioéthique et sociéte",
Series volume
6
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Terminal care
  • Patients
  • Patient refusal of treatment
  • Advance directives (Medical care)
Label
Families and end-of-life treatment decisions : an international perspective, edited by Brigitte Feuillet, Kristina Orfali, Thérèse Callus ; foreword by Mark Siegler
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Family and loved ones in end of life care in French law : does end of life shape and define the "family"?
  • Francis Kernaleguen
  • The central role in Germany of the "Angehorige" in enhancing patient autonomy at the end of life
  • Françoise Furkel
  • The preeminence of relationships in the legal recognition of the rights of the patient's loved ones in Switzerland
  • Dominique Manaï
  • End-of-life medical treatment : a limited role for loved ones to enhance patient autonomy
  • Thérèse Callus
  • A role for loved ones to promote patient autonomy at the end of life
  • Geneviève Schamps
  • Loved ones' role in end of life care : evaluating deontological and utilitarian ethical arguments
  • The broad definition of "relatives" in end of life care in Spain
  • Verónica San Julian
  • The central power of physicians over end of life matters in Italy
  • Silvia Brandani
  • Patient rights at the end of life and the role of family and loved ones in Greek law
  • Penelope Agallopoulou
  • Ethical and legal debates on a dignified end-of-life and the role of the family in Hungary
  • Judit Sándor
  • Loved ones and end-of-life medical care : the particular approach of Tunisian law
  • Amel Aouij-Mrad
  • Pierre le Coz
  • Family, "loved ones" and medicalized end-of-life decision making in Senegal
  • Mamadou Badji
  • Multiculturalism and religion in end-of-life care in Lebanon
  • Dina el Maoula
  • Loved ones and end-of-life medical care in Turkish law
  • Saibe Oktay-Ozdemir
  • End-of-life medical care : towards recognition of patient autonomy in Brazil
  • Maria-Claudia Crespo-Brauner
  • "Loved ones" and end-of-life medical treatment in Chile
  • Carmen Dominguez
  • The individual nature of death
  • Surrogate decision-making role in end of life care : the case of the USA
  • Kristina Orfali
  • The family and end-of-life medical treatment in Japan
  • Ryuichi Ida
  • Families and end-of-life treatment decisions : an international study
  • Brigitte Feuillet-Liger
  • David le Breton
  • The dying person and the triangle of loved ones : for a relational approach to the end of life
  • Irène Thery
  • A physician's view on the complexity of end of life care and the role of family and close friends
  • Jean-Marc la Piana
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
346 pages
Isbn
9782802740667
Isbn Type
(paperback)
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)869210177
Label
Families and end-of-life treatment decisions : an international perspective, edited by Brigitte Feuillet, Kristina Orfali, Thérèse Callus ; foreword by Mark Siegler
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Family and loved ones in end of life care in French law : does end of life shape and define the "family"?
  • Francis Kernaleguen
  • The central role in Germany of the "Angehorige" in enhancing patient autonomy at the end of life
  • Françoise Furkel
  • The preeminence of relationships in the legal recognition of the rights of the patient's loved ones in Switzerland
  • Dominique Manaï
  • End-of-life medical treatment : a limited role for loved ones to enhance patient autonomy
  • Thérèse Callus
  • A role for loved ones to promote patient autonomy at the end of life
  • Geneviève Schamps
  • Loved ones' role in end of life care : evaluating deontological and utilitarian ethical arguments
  • The broad definition of "relatives" in end of life care in Spain
  • Verónica San Julian
  • The central power of physicians over end of life matters in Italy
  • Silvia Brandani
  • Patient rights at the end of life and the role of family and loved ones in Greek law
  • Penelope Agallopoulou
  • Ethical and legal debates on a dignified end-of-life and the role of the family in Hungary
  • Judit Sándor
  • Loved ones and end-of-life medical care : the particular approach of Tunisian law
  • Amel Aouij-Mrad
  • Pierre le Coz
  • Family, "loved ones" and medicalized end-of-life decision making in Senegal
  • Mamadou Badji
  • Multiculturalism and religion in end-of-life care in Lebanon
  • Dina el Maoula
  • Loved ones and end-of-life medical care in Turkish law
  • Saibe Oktay-Ozdemir
  • End-of-life medical care : towards recognition of patient autonomy in Brazil
  • Maria-Claudia Crespo-Brauner
  • "Loved ones" and end-of-life medical treatment in Chile
  • Carmen Dominguez
  • The individual nature of death
  • Surrogate decision-making role in end of life care : the case of the USA
  • Kristina Orfali
  • The family and end-of-life medical treatment in Japan
  • Ryuichi Ida
  • Families and end-of-life treatment decisions : an international study
  • Brigitte Feuillet-Liger
  • David le Breton
  • The dying person and the triangle of loved ones : for a relational approach to the end of life
  • Irène Thery
  • A physician's view on the complexity of end of life care and the role of family and close friends
  • Jean-Marc la Piana
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
346 pages
Isbn
9782802740667
Isbn Type
(paperback)
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)869210177

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