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Nurses must ‘reflect’ new end of life care standards


ANONYMOUS 9 JULY, 2016 11:18 AM Lots of truth in your post, unlike in some others. And lots of incorrect assertions, about my level of understanding, as well. Yes, you cannot ask a patient in CPA, if he would want CPR to be attempted. So, you must ask, or he must tell you, in advance - see: Part of your comment, fits in with my '999 paramedics cannot make defensible section-4 MCA best-interests decisions whatever documents you aim at them' argument: but, family carers, could make defensible best-interests decisions. Look at 'poser no 11' in my series at: If you can get the link to work in NT. Links sent to BMJ always work - but not invariably here on NT. But what really raises my hackles, is that many professionals seem to consider that family carers can legitimately be distrusted by default: As for 'then you might understand what you are talking about' well - I do understand, what I'm talking about: And I do 'argue about ethics' - see the very contemporary: which was posted on theBMJ only yesterday - and which is an invitation for a discussion about law and ethics 'I've been having with' David Oliver to continue via BMJ rapid responses.

Posted date

9 July, 2016

Posted time

2:40 pm